Courses / Graduate

Fall 2024

  • Graduate Film Historiography

    201 001 | CCN: 24968

    Instructor: Nicole Starosielski

    Location: Dwinelle 226

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

    The theoretical and methodological issues raised by the recent practice of film and media history are the focus of this seminar. Intended primarily for first-year film and media studies graduate students and other students interested in starting... More
  • Film Studies Proseminar

    203 001 | CCN: 24969

    Instructor: Kristen Whissel

    Location: Dwinelle 226

    Date and Time: M 10:00am - 12:59pm

    This seminar will address matters related to academic professionalization within the discipline as well as the degree requirements for the Ph.D. in Film & Media. Our discussion of degree requirements will address department expectations, graduate division expectations... More
  • Graduate Topics in Film – Sensory Methods and Ethnographies in World Cinema and Media

    240 001 | CCN: 24970

    Instructor: Iggy Cortez

    Location: Dwinelle 226

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

    This seminar assesses the relationship between cross-sensory approaches across film and media practices and the political and epistemological stakes of transnational research. In particular, we will focus on how different cinematic forms (art cinema, time-based art, experimental... More
  • Graduate Topics in Film – Cinema of Political Depression

    240 002 | CCN: 31241

    Instructor: Rizvana Bradley

    Location: Dwinelle 226

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

    How might we begin to approach the affective contours of what Lauren Berlant theorized as the “impassivity” of the historical present, in ways that do not immediately circumscribe the terms of inquiry by demanding they lead to... More
  • Graduate Topics in Film

    240 003 | CCN: 32663

    Instructor: Weihong Bao

    Location: Starr Library 341

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

    Selected topics in the study of film. ... More
  • Graduate Topics in Film – Technics

    240 004 | CCN: 32665

    Instructor: Nicholas Baer

    Location: Dwinelle 282

    Date and Time: W 1:00pm - 3:59pm

    Contemporary developments such as algorithmic media and generative AI are lending renewed urgency to the “question concerning technology (Technik).” In this seminar, we will reexamine the ideas of thinkers who have shaped, challenged, and extended our understandings... More