Autumn 2021: Workshops meet on Friday mornings, 11:00am to 12:30pm in Cobb 311.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22
Natalie Cortez-Klossner, PhD Student, Comparative Literature
“Cannibal Theory: Notes on Couro de Gato and A Bestiary of the Anthropocene”
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12
Cooper Long, PhD Candidate, Cinema and Media Studies
“Who’s Afraid of Videophobia? John Frankenheimer and Early-Sixties Screen Culture”
Respondent: Richard Neer, Barbara E. and Richard J. Franke Distinguished Service Professor in Art History, Cinema and Media Studies, and the College; Director of the Franke Institute for the Humanities
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19
Aurore Spiers, PhD Candidate, Cinema and Media Studies
“Recollection at the Cinémathèque française: the French Women History Writers and Women Film Pioneers of the Commission de Recherches Historiques (1943–1960s)”
Respondent: Allyson Nadia Field, Associate Professor in Cinema and Media Studies and the College
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3
Kendra Lee Sanders, PhD Student, Cinema and Media Studies
“Belief in Digital Effects: Fleabag’s Fox and Transubstantiation”
Respondent: Daniel Morgan, Chair of Cinema and Media Studies; Professor in Cinema and Media Studies and the College
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 Wolfgang or Zach, your 2021-2022 workshop coordinators.
We look forward to seeing you!