Courses / Graduate

Spring 2020

  • Theorizing Film & Media

    200 | CCN: 24405

    Instructor: Damon Young

    Tues, 1pm-4pm, Location: Dwinelle 226 Screening: Monday, 6pm-8:30pm, Location: Dwinelle 188 This course offers an advanced introduction to theories of film and other audiovisual media. We will read key works of film and media theory from the early twentieth... More
  • Seriality and Futurity

    240-001 | CCN: 22477

    Instructor: Mark Sandberg

    Wed 2pm-5pm, Location: Dwinelle 226 Screening: W 11am-1pm, Location: Dwinelle 226 This course examines the upsurge of attention to serial form in American television and related popular narrative forms of the past ten-fifteen years by postulating a relationship to... More
  • Shadow History: Archive and Intermediality in Chinese Cinema

    240-003 | CCN: 23125

    Instructor: Weihong Bao

    M 2pm-5pm, Location: Starr Library 341 Screening: M 5pm-7pm, Location: Starr Library 341 This graduate seminar engages modern China’s transnational film and media history by working with and reflecting upon the questions of the archive and intermediality. The dynamic... More
  • Japanese Film and Media

    240-004 | CCN: 32105

    Instructor: Miryam Sas

    Thur. 1pm-4pm, Location: Dwinelle 226 Screening Thur. 4pm-6pm, Location: Dwinelle 226 Knowledge of global cinema and media is key for scholars of area studies as well as scholars of comparative cultures and literatures. Understanding of Japanese cinema, meanwhile, has... More