Courses / Graduate

Fall 2021

  • Graduate Film Historiography

    201 001 | CCN: 31018

    Instructor: Anton J Kaes

    Location: Dwinelle 226

    Date and Time: M 2:00pm - 4:59pm

    The seminar will focus on the “historical turn” in film studies and build on the current interest in media archaeology. Approaching the history of cinema from our present perspective, we will consider the promises cinema once held... More
  • Film Studies Proseminar

    203 001 | CCN: 31019

    Instructor: Kristen Mary Whissel

    Location: Dwinelle 226

    Date and Time: TU 2:00pm - 4:59pm

    A seminar introducing Film Studies graduate students to the field, the profession, and the faculty practicing film studies. Envisioned as a way for new students to learn what is expected of them and for more advanced students... More
  • Film Curating

    220 001 | CCN: 32957

    Location: Dwinelle 226

    Date and Time: F 2:00pm - 4:59pm

    An introduction to the theory, history, and practice of film curating taught by Pacific Film Archive curators. What do curators do? How do they decide what to show? What is the role of film archives and film... More
  • Graduate Topics in Film – Adversarial Networks and Network Adversity

    240 001 | CCN: 31020

    Instructor: Jacob R Gaboury

    Location: Moffitt Library 340

    Date and Time: TH 2:00pm - 4:59pm

    This course examines the politics of digital technology with a focus on the growth of machine learning applications and contemporary network architecture. Exploring recent scholarship that looks to new methods for engaging with technical systems that operate... More
  • Special Study

    298 001 | CCN: 33055

    Instructor: Mark B Sandberg

    Date and Time: 12:00am - 12:00am

    Designed to allow students to do research in areas not covered by other courses. Requires regular discussions with the instructor and a final written report. ... More
  • Directed Research

    299 010 | CCN: 17632

    Instructor: Jeffrey A. Skoller

    Date and Time: 12:00am - 12:00am

    Open to graduate students who have passed their Ph.D. qualifying examinations. ... More
  • Teaching Reading and Composition through Film & Media

    375 001 | CCN: 32925

    Instructor: Mark B Sandberg

    Location: Dwinelle 226

    Date and Time: M 10:00am - 11:59am

    This course serves as introductory training for first-time R&C GSIs who are interested in incorporating moving-image materials and instructional strategies into their teaching repertoire. ... More