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Call for Papers: Journal of Italian Cinema & Media Studies

In 2016, the Journal of Italian Cinema and Media Studies will celebrate the 60th anniversary of the David di Donatello prize with a themed issue. The purpose of this issue is to pay homage to this award for its cultural influence on Italian and world cinema, to review its history and endorse its international role. The Editor intends to publish a collection of articles that would document and historicize the value of the David di Donatello as the utmost expression of Italian and international film heritage and symbol of collective cinematic memory.


This CFP invites scholars, award ceremony organizers, archivists, film-makers, actors, journalists, producers and other professionals in the film industry to contribute with critical and historical articles, reports, interviews and biographies.
Send proposals in British English to the Editor, Flavia Laviosa, at flaviosa@wellesley.edu, by 25 February, 2015 and provide the following information:
1)      a 500-word abstract outlining:
 
a) the topic
b) critical approach
The abstract should clearly state the goals of the article and provide a cohesive description of the objective of the argument.
In addition to the abstract, please submit the following:
a)      relevant bibliography and filmography
 
b)      200 word biographical notes followed by a detailed list of academic publications or professional accomplishments.
 

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