Thu Nov 3 17:08:23 EST 2005
I just wanted to say that my last posting was meant to be sent to a member
on the list, not to the entire list. I am very sorry of doing this twice on
this list and will be more cautious next time lest I should break my lurking
unwittingly. Sincerely, Junji Yoshida
On 11/3/05 1:01 PM, "junji yoshida" <jyoshida at darkwing.uoregon.edu> wrote:
> Dear Professor Yoshimoto,
> I apologize for my rather belated response, but is there still any room left
> for the KC VI symposium? Since I?ve been missing so many KCs meetings with
> chagrin and also I?m curious about how everyone turn their writing into a
> publishable product, I would like to join this one. Please let me know about
> the current situation of seats availability. Thank you very much.
> P.S. By the way, I?m planning to finish writing my dissertation draft by the
> end of this year while .
> On 10/24/05 8:43 AM, "Mitsuhiro Yoshimoto" <my15 at nyu.edu> wrote:
>> Conference Announcement:
>> Kinema Club VI Symposium will be held on December 10th at NYU. The confirmed
>> speakers are: Chika Kinoshita (U of Chicago), Markus Nornes (U of Michigan),
>> Jinsoo An (NYU), and Jonathan Hall (UC Irvine). The papers will be made
>> available to interested participants a few weeks before the symposium. The
>> idea is that everybody will read the pre-distributed texts in advance and
>> give the presenters concrete feedbacks and advice which would help their
>> publication effort. In addition to these four seminars, we?re also planning
>> to have an informal roundtable on various issues related to academic
>> publication on Japanese film (and East Asian cinema). We?re very much
>> interested in hearing from people who have any specific topics or questions
>> for the roundtable. Please stay tuned for more details, including the papers?
>> titles and symposium schedule.
>> Mitsuhiro Yoshimoto (my15 at nyu.edu)
>> Mark Nornes (amnornes at umich.edu)
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