Friday, May 27—Anne Eakin Moss, “Enchant: Cinema’s ‘Miracles'”

Please join us this Friday, May 27th from 11:00am to 12:30pm in Cobb 311 for our final Mass Culture Workshop of Spring 2022. We are excited to have Anne Eakin Moss (Assistant Professor, Slavic Languages and Literatures) presenting a draft chapter this week entitled “Enchant: Cinema’s ‘Miracles,’” from her book manuscript The Special Effects of Soviet […]

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Friday, May 20—Constantine Nakassis, “Voicing, Looking, Perspective”

Please join us this Friday, May 20th from 11:00am to 12:30pm in Cobb 311 for our next Mass Culture Workshop of Spring 2022. We are excited to have Constantine Nakassis (Associate Professor of Anthropology and of the Social Sciences in the College) presenting a paper this week entitled “Voicing, Looking, Perspective.” Sasha Crawford-Holland (PhD Candidate, […]

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Friday, May 6—Brandon Sward, “The Self-Evident Image”

Please join us this Friday, May 6th from 11:00am to 12:30pm on Zoom for our first Mass Culture Workshop of Spring 2022 (https://uchicago.zoom.us/j/91320482168?pwd=NHlCQ3RFbnQ1UENyQnBsSDNjaVROdz09).

We are excited to have Brandon Sward (PhD Candidate, Sociology) presenting a chapter this week entitled “The Self-Evident Image.”

Richard Neer (Barbara E. and Richard J. Franke Distinguished Service Professor, Art History, Cinema and Media Studies, and the College) will provide a response.

Access to the pre-circulated paper is provided through the Mass Culture listhost.

Please email Wolfgang (boehm@uchicago.edu) and Zach (zyost@uchicago.edu) with any questions or concerns.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Friday, March 4—Joel Sutherland, “Supernatural Realism: Bazin, The Witch and the Unknowable”

Please join us this Friday, March 4th from 11:00am to 12:30pm in Cobb 311 for our next Mass Culture Workshop of Winter 2022. We are excited to have Joel Sutherland (PhD Student, Cinema and Media Studies) presenting a paper this week entitled “Supernatural Realism: Bazin, The Witch and the Unknowable” Access to the pre-circulated paper […]

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Friday, February 4–Toby Wu, “Idemitsu Mako’s Charged Televisual Field: Reconstituting the Female Housewife in Kiyoko’s Situation (1989)”

Please join us this Friday, February 4th from 11:00am to 12:30pm in Cobb 311 for our first Mass Culture Workshop of Winter 2022. We are excited to have Toby Wu (MAPH, Art History and Cinema and Media Studies) presenting a paper this week entitled “Idemitsu Mako’s Charged Televisual Field: Reconstituting the Female Housewife in Kiyoko’s […]

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