Courses / Graduate

Fall 2019

  • Graduate Film Historiography

    201 | CCN: 31539

    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. Each week we will focus on... More
  • Proseminar

    203 | CCN: 21883

    Instructor: Kristen Whissel

    Tues. 1:00pm-4:00pm, Dwinelle 226 /// ... More
  • Graduate Topics in Film: Cinema and Architecture

    240-001 | CCN: 26201

    Instructor: Anne Nesbet

    Tues. 4:00pm-7:00pm, Dwinelle 226 /// ... More
  • Graduate Topics in Film: Image and Power

    240-002 | German 265 | CCN: 31547

    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 production, the seminar... More
  • Graduate Topics in Film: Technologies of Identification

    240-003 | CCN: 31548

    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 systems of compulsory... More
  • Graduate Topics in Film: Freud and Lacan

    240-004 | CCN: 31549

    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 psychoanalysis from three perspectives:... More