The Mass Culture Workshop is happy to announce our Spring 2017 Schedule. All Spring sessions will be meet on Fridays from 10:30am-12:30pm in Cobb 311, unless otherwise noted.
March 31: James Rosenow, PhD Candidate, Cinema and Media Studies.
How to: Be Avant-Garde in the Thirties
April 21: Keynote Address of the Cinema and Media Studies Graduate Student Conference
Dr. Elisabeth Anker, Associate Professor of American Studies and Political Science, Columbian College of Arts and Sciences.
The Pussy Grab: Melodramatic Politics and the Revival of Sovereignty
Logan 201, Time TBD
May 5: Tien-Tien Jong, PhD Student, Cinema and Media Studies. Missing Pictures, Looks of Silence: Trauma as Child’s Play in The Act of Killing and The Missing Picture
May 12: Jordan Schonig, PhD Candidate, Cinema and Media Studies.
Cinema’s Motion Forms: Inscribed Motion and the Problems of Film Theory (Dissertation Introduction)
May 26: Nicole Morse, PhD Candidate, Cinema and Media Studies.
Selfie Aesthetics: Doubling
June 2: Matthew Hubbell, PhD Candidate, Cinema and Media Studies.
Acting After the New Wave: The Political Aesthetics of Performance in France 1968-1981
June 9: Dr. Takuya Tsunoda, Lecturer, Department of Cinema and Media Studies.
Radical or Clinical: On Political Modernism and the Ontogeny of Cinema
We are committed to making Mass Culture an inclusive and accessible environment for everyone. If there is anything we can do to facilitate your participation, or if you simply have questions, please do not hesitate to email Dave (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Katerina (email@example.com), your 2016-2017 workshop coordinators.
We look forward to seeing you!