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Society of Cinema and Media Studies: the 2017 conference guide

This March, the Oxford University Press cinema and media studies editorial and marketing team will see you in chilly Chicago for the SCMS annual conference. We’ve listed our favorite sessions below. And, don’t forget to test your film expertise with our film director quiz below.

Wednesday, 22 March

10:00 – 11:45 AM

Visual and Print Media: Adaptation, Influence, Intertextuality featuring Sarah Gleeson-White, Priyanjali Sen, Andrea Schmidt, and Philip Scepanski

Thursday, 23 March

1:00 – 2:45 PM

Documenting US History featuring Susan Courtney, Laura LaPlaca, Nicole Strobel, Michelle Kelley, and Ashley J. Smith

5:00 – 6:45 PM

Experiments in Feminine Poetics featuring Rebekah Rutkoff, Paige Sarlin, Noa Steimatsky, and Ara Osterweil

Friday, 24 March

12: 15 – 2:00 PM

Race in American: Nontheatrical Film Mining Archives, Expanding Canons featuring Marsha Gordon, Allyson Nadia Field, Colin Williamson, Noah Tsika, and Laura Isabel Serna

Sunday, 26 March

1:00 – 2:45 PM

Playing with the Archive: Memories of the Past in Contemporary Spanish Film and Television featuring Dean Allbritton, H. Rosi Song, Tom Whittaker, Sarah Thomas

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While you’re around, take time to visit our Oxford University Press Booth. You’ll be able to browse new and featured books which will include an exclusive 20% conference discount. Stop by the booth the last two hours of every exhibit day for special flash sale offers. Pick up complimentary copies of journals which include Screen and Adaptation . You can also receive free access to our online resources including Oxford Handbooks Online, Very Short Introductions Online, and Oxford Reference.

Quiz background image: Alfred Hitchcock directing Family Plot inside Grace Cathedral, San Francisco, California by Stan Osborne. CC-BY-SA 3.0 via Wikimedia Commons.

Featured image: Sony lens walimex camera. Public domain via Pixabay.

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  1. Stan Osborne

    Thanks you for making good use of my photo of Hitch at work.

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