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Texas Film and Media Studies

Edited by Thomas Schatz

The Texas Film and Media Studies Series covers topics ranging from early and modern cinema to the emerging technologies of hypertext and virtual reality. It focuses primarily on industry practices and critical analyses of media and culture. The series includes books on the various national cinemas, including Hollywood and US independents, the history and theory of television, and current trends toward interactive and immersive forms of communication. Theoretical concerns such as class, gender, race, genre, and reception are also considered.

Jim Burr, Acquiring Editor