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Measure] clearly outclassed all the European work of the same type. One plea at the conference was for the collection and publication of lists of materials specifically for these purposes. Perhaps the pages of Film and History are the place to begin that important service. R. C. Raack, California State Univ.. Hayward FILM AND THE HUMANITIES A new eighty-page booklet entitled Film and the Humanities is available free from the Rockefeller Foundation. Included are: a report on a conference sponsored by the Foundation in New York last year; selections from five journals reprinted as examples of the type of work going on among film scholars in such fields as History, Philosophy, Anthropology, Literature, and American Studies; select bibliographies relating film to each of these fields; and finding aids for those new to cinema study. Address requests to: The Rockefeller Foundation, Publications Office, 1 133 Avenue of the Americas, New York, N.Y. 10036. 62 ...


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