UC Berkeley Department of Film and Media

Department of Film & Media UC Berkeley

Courses / Graduate - Fall 2019

Fall 2019

  • Proseminar

    203 | CCN: 21883

    Proseminar

    Instructor: Kristen Whissel

    Tues. 1:00pm-4:00pm, Dwinelle 226 /// More

  • Graduate Topics in Film: Cinema and Architecture

    240-001 | CCN: 26201

    Graduate Topics in Film: Cinema and Architecture

    Instructor: Anne Nesbet

    Tues. 4:00pm-7:00pm, Dwinelle 226 /// More

  • Graduate Film Historiography

    201 | CCN: 31539

    Graduate Film Historiography

    Instructor: Kristen Whissel

    Fri. 1:00pm-4:00pm, Dwinelle 226; lab Fri. 11:00am-1:00pm, Dwinelle 226 /// This course investigates a range of methodologies and approaches for writing film and media history from the perspective of technological and historical change. … More

  • Graduate Topics in Film: Image and Power

    240-002 | German 265 | CCN: 31547

    Graduate Topics in Film: Image and Power

    Instructor: Anton Kaes

    Thur. 1:00pm-4:00pm, Dwinelle 226 /// This seminar explores the changing status and function of the image from the invention of photography to present-day Instagram culture. Focusing on photography as the paradigmatic medium of technical image … More

  • Graduate Topics in Film: Technologies of Identification

    240-003 | CCN: 31548

    Graduate Topics in Film: Technologies of Identification

    Instructor: Jacob Gaboury

    Mon. 10:00am-1:00pm, Dwinelle 226 /// This course investigates how computational media have come to shape the form and function of identity in contemporary society, working from the premise that digital technologies have conscripted users into … More

  • Graduate Topics in Film: Freud and Lacan

    240-004 | CCN: 31549

    Graduate Topics in Film: Freud and Lacan

    Instructor: Mary Ann Doane

    Wed. 1:00pm-4:00pm, Dwinelle 226 /// Readings of major texts by Freud and Lacan will stress the relations between language, subjectivity, sexuality and the feminist use and/or critique of psychoanalytic concepts. This course will analyze … More