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Fall 2016

Course Title Instructor Section Time Room
AMI 89S
First Year Seminar (top) Ginsburg, Shai 01 TuTh 10:05 AM-11:20 AM Carr 242

Course Description

Topics vary each semester offered. Instructor: Staff
AMI 89S
First Year Seminar (top) Ziolkowski, Saskia 02 TuTh 03:05 PM-04:20 PM East Duke 204A

Course Description

Topics vary each semester offered. Instructor: Staff
AMI 101
Intro Arts Of The Moving Image Landesberg, Elizabeth 01 WF 10:05 AM-11:20 AM Carr 103

Course Description

Examination of critical concepts in arts of the moving image from various perspectives. Spanning both traditional cinema and emergent fields. Emphasis on technology in relation to history and viewership. Exercises in film and digital production as well as theoretical writing. Instructor: Staff
AMI 201
Intro To Film Studies Hadjioannou, Markos 01 Th 04:40 PM-05:55 PM
Tu 04:40 PM-08:30 PM
Carr 103

Course Description

Basic film theory and history of motion picture technology. Introduction to experimental, documentary, and narrative forms of Third World, European, and United States cinemas. Basic film theory and history of motion picture technology. Introduction to experimental, documentary, and narrative forms of Third World, European, and United States cinemas. Economics and aesthetics. Instructor: Hadjioannou
AMI 202
History Of Documentary Film Price, Karen 01 M 04:40 PM-07:40 PM Carr 103

Course Description

Introduction to the history, theory, and styles of nonfiction film and video. Transformation in technologies and their influence on form, from actuality films to contemporary digital documentaries. Documentary's marginal status and surprising commercial appeal; the mixing of fiction and nonfiction strategies in cultural construction. Use of documentary as a tool for exploring individual identity, filmmaker/subject relationships, and fomenting political change. Instructor: Staff
AMI 205K
Contemporary Documentary Film Rankin, Thomas 01 TuTh 10:00 AM-12:30 PM DKUA 3109

Course Description

Examination of the art, content, technology, and life of documentary film, with a decided emphasis on the American tradition. Explores contemporary filmmaking approaches that fall under broad categorization of "documentary," showing how documentary filmmakers choose and interpret their subjects, themes, and points of view. Analyzes form, technique, and impact of documentary filmmaking. Taught at Duke Kunshan University. Instructor consent required. Instructor: Rankin
AMI 209
Film Noir Morton, Michael 01 W 01:25 PM-04:25 PM East Duke 209

Course Description

The cinema of the "dark side" of human nature and human relationships: crime, intrigue, treachery, betrayal, multiple forms of psycho- and psycho-sexual pathology. Possible films: M, Stranger on the Third Floor, Double Indemnity, Elevator to the Gallows, Asphalt Jungle, Sunset Boulevard, Touch of Evil, The Maltese Falcon, Night of the Hunter, The Third Man, Rififi, L.A. Confidential, Blue Velvet, Soylent Green, Crash. Instructor: Staff
AMI 210
Film Genres Cunningham, Alex 01 TuTh 03:05 PM-04:20 PM Smith Wrhs 271

Course Description

A historical survey of motion picture genre as a stylistic and narrative device, including comedy, horror, the musical, the western, and science fiction. Instructor: Staff
AMI 214S
Documenting Black Experiences Tyson, Timothy 01 W 11:45 AM-02:15 PM Bridges 001

Course Description

Interpretations of the black diaspora in documentary film from slavery to the present. Interdisciplinary study of black religions, cultures, histories, aesthetics, politics, and their representations, both globally and in the U.S. Students will view and study a variety of films and approaches to film and study film's evolution through numerous lenses from early ethnographic film to recent works by indigenous filmmakers, and understand the politics of representation, from D.W. Griffith to Spike Lee; read relevant works in the genres represented; and hear from guest critics, scholars of African and African American history and culture, and filmmakers. Instructor: Tyson
AMI 224S
Writing The Tv Drama Series Bell, Neal 01 W 03:05 PM-05:35 PM Bryan Center 128

Course Description

Some of the best dramatic writing today can now be found on television. This class will focus on one commercial prime-time drama, past or present. Beginning with a deep immersion into the world of that show - watching all of Season One - students break into groups, coming up with their own long stories to advance the plots. Each student will pitch a story for their particular version of "Season Two" - developing an outline, tracking their storylines with the other members of their group, and finally writing a draft of an hour-long TV episode. Each student will write his or her own script - but will need to share notes, thoughts and feedback with their fellow writers. Instructor: Bell
AMI 230S
Sound,music, & Moving Image Waeber, Jacqueline 01 TuTh 01:25 PM-02:40 PM Biddle 069

Course Description

Introduction to film studies with emphasis on uses and functions of sound, film music, sound and other aural objects such as the voice, through a selected body of works. Topics include representations of sound, music and voice, the functions of pre-existing music and their relations with the moving image in cinema and television; gendered representations of music and voice in pop and rock music videos; Hollywood practices and non-Hollywood practices. Instructor: Waeber
AMI 246S
Social Movements/social Media Mottahedeh, Negar 01 M 03:05 PM-05:35 PM Friedl Bdg 102

Course Description

Examines uses and abuses of social media by social movements. Interested in a broader historical study of mediating technologies and oppositional public sphere, course considers the uses of cameras, phones, cassette players, radio, and social media platforms, but also books, bodies, art, fashion, and automobiles as oppositional technologies. Studies political and ethical uses of technologies in social unrest. Investigates impact of technologies on social movements and social transformations in contemporary history. Student driven case studies will highlight contemporary engagement with social media by networked social movements. Instructor: Mottahedeh
AMI 250FS
American Immigrant Experiences Holmgren, Beth 01 TuTh 03:05 PM-04:20 PM Languages 320

Course Description

The oft-used term melting pot" misrepresents what happened to the cultures of the many different immigrants who settled in the United States over the last 250 years. Each new immigrant group faced tough challenges-- the achievement of equal civil rights, the rise out of poverty and winning of broader social acceptance. Individual immigrants had to decide if and how they can preserve their native cultures vis-à-vis notions of the real American debated in politics, taught in school, and broadcast in the media. Our course addresses these key issues as they are raised in memoirs, fiction, and film. No Instructor: Holmgren
AMI 253
Indian Cinema Khanna, Satendra 01 TuTh 03:05 PM-04:20 PM Crowell 108

Course Description

Sources of vitality in twentieth-century Indian cinema. The resilience of popular cinema in the face of Hollywood. Narrative and non-narrative expressive forms in folk and high culture in India. The work of Guru Dutt, Satyajit Ray, G. Aravindan, and Mani Kaul. Instructor: Khanna
AMI 255
Japanese Cinema Odagiri, Takushi 01 Tu 03:05 PM-05:35 PM Trent 142

Course Description

An introduction to the history of Japanese cinema focusing on issues including the relation between the tradition-modernity or Japan-West in the development of Japanese cinema, the influence of Japanese films on the theory and practice of cinema abroad, and the ways in which cinema has served as a reflection of and an active agent in the transformation of Japanese society. Instructor: Chow
AMI 256
World Of Korean Cinema Kwon, Nayoung 01 W 04:55 PM-07:25 PM Allen 103

Course Description

The world of Korean cinema, broadly defined in terms of national, generic, theoretical boundaries, beyond conventional auteur, genre, one-way influence, and national cinema theories. Cinematic texts examined in local, regional, and global contexts and intersections, in conversation with global theories and histories of cinema, visual cultures, and other representational forms. Variable topics informed theoretically and politically by discourses on gender/sexuality, race/ethnicity, global flows of people and cultures, popular and "high" culture crossovers, transnational co-productions, remakes, translations and retellings. No knowledge of Korean language/ culture presumed. Instructor: Kwon
AMI 260
Anime: Forms And Mutations Chow, Eileen 01 W 03:05 PM-05:35 PM Smith Wrhs 271

Course Description

Historical origins of Japanese anime, as well as its status as art, narrative, genre. Ways in which anime mutates: formally (literature, manga, live action), culturally (fashion, otaku, fan communities), geographically. No prior knowledge of subject matter or Japanese language required. Instructor: Chow
AMI 273
Religion And Film Need, David 01 M 04:45 PM-07:25 PM Old Chem 116

Course Description

A study of the relationship between motion pictures and religion. Focus on the comparative portrayal of organized religions; expressions of religious life; and religious topics, such as God, evil and morality, in both Western and non-Western films in which contemporary artists and intellectuals explore the challenges of modernity. Instructor: Staff
AMI 290S
Special Topics In Film Studies Hansen, Mark 01 TuTh 04:40 PM-05:55 PM White 106

Course Description

Seminar version of Arts of the Moving Image 290. Instructor: Staff
AMI 301S
Moving Image Practice Milligan, Stephen 01 TuTh 01:25 PM-02:40 PM Smith Wrhs 228

Course Description

Film and digital video production in conjunction with the history and theory of these technologies. Students may produce work in 8mm, 16mm film and digital video and learn the basics of non-linear digital editing on Final Cut Pro. Not open to students who have taken this course as Film/Video/Digital 100S. Instructor: Staff
AMI 302
Hashtags Memes,digital Tribes Mottahedeh, Negar 01 MW 11:45 AM-01:00 PM East Duke 209

Course Description

Tracks digital life and creative expression of groups online in a close study of images, captions and hyperlinked tags. Examines rituals, symbols and cultural patterns that structure everyday life of digital tribes online and investigates impact of digital and social media (Twitter, Instagram Facebook, Periscope) on the constitution of communities online and offline. Studying varied array of digital tribes: tribes of the deaf, of oil rig workers, of Hindu worshippers, of prison wives and laptop entrepreneurs, students learn about underlying myths, rituals, and cultural symbols that connect groups of people online. Instructor: Mottahedeh
AMI 306S
Writing The Movie Russing, Cole 01 M 10:05 AM-01:05 PM Carr 103

Course Description

Theory and practice of the process of writing for the screen. Exploration of visual storytelling; analysis of screenplays and movies; developing original stories into screenplay format. Projects: writing and presenting treatments, outlines and scenes. Instructor: Hawkins
AMI 306S
Writing The Movie Hawkins, Gary 02 W 01:25 PM-04:20 PM Carr 103

Course Description

Theory and practice of the process of writing for the screen. Exploration of visual storytelling; analysis of screenplays and movies; developing original stories into screenplay format. Projects: writing and presenting treatments, outlines and scenes. Instructor: Hawkins
AMI 320S
Film Animation Production Herbert, Douglas 01 MW 10:05 AM-11:20 AM Smith Wrhs 101

Course Description

Experimentation with various media; mastering animation techniques such as metamorphosis, timing, articulation, storytelling, sound design, special effects, and camera. Each student to produce a one-minute animated film on the Oxberry 16mm film animation stand. Not open to students who have taken this course as Film/Video/Digital 102S. Instructor: Staff
AMI 325L
Web-based Multimedia Communic Salvatella De Prada, Raquel 001 M 01:25 PM-02:40 PM Physics 128

Course Description

Laboratory version of Information Science + Studies 240. Multimedia information systems, including presentation media, hypermedia, graphics, animation, sound, video, and integrated authoring techniques; underlying technologies that make them possible. Practice in the design innovation, programming, and assessment of web-based digital multimedia information systems. Intended for students in non-technical disciplines. Engineering or Computer Science students should take Engineering 206 or Computer Science 408. Instructor: Lucic or Szabo
AMI 325L
Web-based Multimedia Communic De Francesco, Andrea 01L Tu 10:05 AM-11:20 AM Old Chem 201

Course Description

Laboratory version of Information Science + Studies 240. Multimedia information systems, including presentation media, hypermedia, graphics, animation, sound, video, and integrated authoring techniques; underlying technologies that make them possible. Practice in the design innovation, programming, and assessment of web-based digital multimedia information systems. Intended for students in non-technical disciplines. Engineering or Computer Science students should take Engineering 206 or Computer Science 408. Instructor: Lucic or Szabo
AMI 325L
Web-based Multimedia Communic De Francesco, Andrea 02L Tu 01:25 PM-02:40 PM Old Chem 201

Course Description

Laboratory version of Information Science + Studies 240. Multimedia information systems, including presentation media, hypermedia, graphics, animation, sound, video, and integrated authoring techniques; underlying technologies that make them possible. Practice in the design innovation, programming, and assessment of web-based digital multimedia information systems. Intended for students in non-technical disciplines. Engineering or Computer Science students should take Engineering 206 or Computer Science 408. Instructor: Lucic or Szabo
AMI 325L
Web-based Multimedia Communic Salvatella De Prada, Raquel 03L W 08:30 AM-09:45 AM Old Chem 201

Course Description

Laboratory version of Information Science + Studies 240. Multimedia information systems, including presentation media, hypermedia, graphics, animation, sound, video, and integrated authoring techniques; underlying technologies that make them possible. Practice in the design innovation, programming, and assessment of web-based digital multimedia information systems. Intended for students in non-technical disciplines. Engineering or Computer Science students should take Engineering 206 or Computer Science 408. Instructor: Lucic or Szabo
AMI 325L
Web-based Multimedia Communic Salvatella De Prada, Raquel 04L W 04:40 PM-05:55 PM Old Chem 201

Course Description

Laboratory version of Information Science + Studies 240. Multimedia information systems, including presentation media, hypermedia, graphics, animation, sound, video, and integrated authoring techniques; underlying technologies that make them possible. Practice in the design innovation, programming, and assessment of web-based digital multimedia information systems. Intended for students in non-technical disciplines. Engineering or Computer Science students should take Engineering 206 or Computer Science 408. Instructor: Lucic or Szabo
AMI 325L
Web-based Multimedia Communic Salvatella De Prada, Raquel 05L Th 08:30 AM-09:45 AM Old Chem 201

Course Description

Laboratory version of Information Science + Studies 240. Multimedia information systems, including presentation media, hypermedia, graphics, animation, sound, video, and integrated authoring techniques; underlying technologies that make them possible. Practice in the design innovation, programming, and assessment of web-based digital multimedia information systems. Intended for students in non-technical disciplines. Engineering or Computer Science students should take Engineering 206 or Computer Science 408. Instructor: Lucic or Szabo
AMI 325L
Web-based Multimedia Communic Salvatella De Prada, Raquel 06L Th 04:40 PM-05:55 PM Old Chem 201

Course Description

Laboratory version of Information Science + Studies 240. Multimedia information systems, including presentation media, hypermedia, graphics, animation, sound, video, and integrated authoring techniques; underlying technologies that make them possible. Practice in the design innovation, programming, and assessment of web-based digital multimedia information systems. Intended for students in non-technical disciplines. Engineering or Computer Science students should take Engineering 206 or Computer Science 408. Instructor: Lucic or Szabo
AMI 325L
Web-based Multimedia Communic Salvatella De Prada, Raquel 07L F 10:05 AM-11:20 AM Old Chem 201

Course Description

Laboratory version of Information Science + Studies 240. Multimedia information systems, including presentation media, hypermedia, graphics, animation, sound, video, and integrated authoring techniques; underlying technologies that make them possible. Practice in the design innovation, programming, and assessment of web-based digital multimedia information systems. Intended for students in non-technical disciplines. Engineering or Computer Science students should take Engineering 206 or Computer Science 408. Instructor: Lucic or Szabo
AMI 325L
Web-based Multimedia Communic Salvatella De Prada, Raquel 08L F 01:25 PM-02:40 PM Old Chem 201

Course Description

Laboratory version of Information Science + Studies 240. Multimedia information systems, including presentation media, hypermedia, graphics, animation, sound, video, and integrated authoring techniques; underlying technologies that make them possible. Practice in the design innovation, programming, and assessment of web-based digital multimedia information systems. Intended for students in non-technical disciplines. Engineering or Computer Science students should take Engineering 206 or Computer Science 408. Instructor: Lucic or Szabo
AMI 331S
Doc Exper: A Video Appr Hawkins, Gary 01 W 10:05 AM-12:35 PM Bridges 104

Course Description

A documentary approach to the study of local communities through video production projects assigned by the course instructor. Working closely with these groups, students explore issues or topics of concern to the community. Students complete an edited video as their final project. Not open to students who have taken this course as Film/Video/Digital 105S. Instructor: Hawkins
AMI 334S
Producing Docu-fiction Gibson, Joshua 01 WF 03:05 PM-04:20 PM Smith Wrhs 228

Course Description

Investigation of hybrid, genre-defying films that question traditional definitions of documentary and fiction. Emphasis on experimental forms, documentary reenactment, mockumentary and dramatized "true stories." Exploration of both documentary and fiction production techniques, culminating in the production of a final video project. Instructor: Gibson
AMI 335S
Public Policy Video Orenstein, Bruce 01 W 03:05 PM-05:35 PM Bridges 104

Course Description

Documentary film course focusing on the production of advocacy videos for social change. Covers methods and traditions of community organizing, introduces knowledge and skill sets needed to make effective videos for grassroots organizations, and explores how video is integrated into organizing strategies to achieve better results. Includes instructor-supervised fieldwork with community partner organization; student groups will research, write, direct, and produce a class video for a campaign to improve educational and economic opportunities in Durham's low-income communities. Instructor: Orenstein
AMI 336S
Documentary And Policy Price, Karen 01 Th 01:25 PM-04:25 PM Bridges 201

Course Description

Examines documentaries as catalysts for change in local, state, and federal laws and regulations, with special attention to relationships between film and organizations with political influence. Looks at how documentaries have altered public sentiment and political outcomes. Uses case studies of documentary films (essay-style, journalistic, information-driven films; narrative, story-driven films; propaganda; art films; and hybrids of all of the above). Explores the question of how a film achieves influence: for example, with a high-profile theatrical and/or television release, by utilization as an educational tool, or by 'going viral' to become part of a public conversation. Instructor: Price
AMI 338S
Storyworlds Chow, Eileen 01 M 03:05 PM-05:35 PM Smith Wrhs C106

Course Description

Is "tell me a story" an universal imperative? Seminar examines storytelling practices across a broad span of histories and cultures, and the creation of storyworlds through multiple media, genres, and platforms. Topics include comparative oral traditions, Medieval story cycles, serial tales, textual poaching and fanfic, alternate reality gameworlds (ARG), social media, transmedia storytelling and transcultural fandoms. Instructor: Chow
AMI 343S
Dance For The Camera Valdés, Andrea 01 MW 03:05 PM-04:35 PM Ark 001

Course Description

The choreographic and bodily experience essential to dance for the camera. Hands on experience in videodance production through the exploration/production of several short individual and group videodance projects. Issues in creative and conceptual thinking, experimentation, pre/post video production, camera techniques, non-linear editing (Final Cut Pro), choreography for the camera. Viewings of seminal as well as experimental videodance works; discussions; readings; internet site visits; computer lab and dance studio/shooting location time; gallery/museum or video installation site visits. Instructor: Woods Valdes
AMI 356S
16mm Film Production Gibson, Joshua 01 Tu 03:05 PM-06:05 PM Smith Wrhs 101

Course Description

Hands-on experience with 16mm motion picture film and photography. In-depth exploration of the techniques and aesthetics of film production, including basic screen writing, lighting, storytelling, and editing. Instructor: Staff
AMI 357S
Editing For Film And Video Haverkamp, James 01 MW 10:05 AM-11:20 AM Old Chem 201

Course Description

Theory and practice of film and video editing techniques. Exploration of traditional film cutting as well as digital non-linear editing. Exercises in narrative, documentary and experimental approaches to structuring moving image materials. Instructor: Staff
AMI 365S
The Documentary Turn Hogan, Wesley 01 W 03:20 PM-05:50 PM Bridges 113

Course Description

Traces the convergence of traditional 20th c. documentary narrative (oral history, photography, film, and ethnography) with emergent 21st c. technologies (digital platforms, crowd-sourced communications, viral information) that expand and test definitions of documentary practice. Course looks for unexpected outcomes and future possibilities at the intersections of analog and digital practice. Focus is on the cultures of the American South with an understanding of that region as mapped within a global imaginary. Requirements include experimental documentary project that combines storytelling (visual/literary), performance (theater/dance/music) or investigative research (oral/archival). Instructor: Hogan
AMI 390S
Sp Top: Film & Dig Vid Prod Moses, Michael 01 MW 01:25 PM-02:40 PM Allen 326

Course Description

An in-depth investigation of a particular production technology combined with an emphasis on an aesthetic or theoretical strategy. Exploration of lighting, cinematography, directing for camera, and/or nonlinear post-production techniques. Instructor: Staff
AMI 415S
Interethnic Intimacies Kwon, Nayoung 01 M 03:05 PM-05:35 PM Perkins 070

Course Description

Critical examination of cultural dynamics, political economies, and ethical implications of interethnic intimacies or "intercourse" as represented from and about Asia. Examines shifts within and beyond "Asia," asking why cultural representations matter in ways societies construct, produce, and consume objects of desire and repulsion. Texts from literature and visual culture read along with theories of critical race studies, gender and sexuality, postcolonialism, globalization, visual culture, and other representative technologies of the Self/Other. Not open to students who have taken the freshman seminar. Instructor: Kwon
AMI 439
Queer China Rojas, Carlos 01 TuTh 01:25 PM-02:40 PM Smith Wrhs C106

Course Description

Examines queer discourses, cultures, and social formations in China, Greater China, and the global Chinese diaspora from the late imperial period to the present. Course will focus on cultural representations, particularly literary and cinematic, but will also consider a wide array of historical, anthropological, sociological, and theoretical materials. Instructor: Rojas
AMI 499S
Capstone: Arts Of Moving Image Kaul, Shambhavi 01 M 03:05 PM-06:05 PM Smith Wrhs 101

Course Description

Culminating seminar for Arts of the Moving Image Program certificate students. Designed to allow students to complete their certificate with a finished project or advanced research in the field. Instructor: Staff
AMI 515S
Interethnic Intimacies Kwon, Nayoung 01 M 03:05 PM-05:35 PM Perkins 070

Course Description

Critical examination of cultural dynamics, political economies, and ethical implications of interethnic intimacies or "intercourse" as represented from and about Asia. Examines shifts within and beyond "Asia", asking why cultural representations matter in ways societies construct, produce, and consume objects of desire and repulsion. Texts from literature and visual culture read along with theories of critical race studies, gender and sexuality, postcolonialism, globalization, visual culture, and other representative technologies of the Self/Other. May be taught simultaneously with AMES 415S with additional requirements. Students who have taken the freshman seminar are not eligible. Instructor: Kwon
AMI 539S
Queer China Rojas, Carlos 01 M 03:05 PM-05:35 PM West Duke 202

Course Description

Examines queer discourses, cultures, and social formations in China, Greater China, and the global Chinese diaspora from the late imperial period to the present. Course will focus on cultural representations, particularly literary and cinematic, but will also consider a wide array of historical, anthropological, sociological, and theoretical materials. Not open to students who have taken Asian and Middle Eastern Studies 439. Instructor: Rojas
AMI 561
Anime: Forms And Mutations Chow, Eileen 01 W 03:05 PM-05:35 PM Smith Wrhs 271

Course Description

Historical origins of Japanese anime, as well as its status as art, narrative, genre. Ways in which anime mutates: formally (literature, manga, live action), culturally (fashion, otaku, fan communities), geographically. No prior knowledge of subject matter or Japanese language required. Not open to students who have taken AMES 361 Anime: Forms and Mutations. Instructor: Chow
AMI 620S
Film-philosophers-film-makers Hadjioannou, Markos 01 W 04:40 PM-07:10 PM Friedl Bdg 102

Course Description

Examines intersections between film, critical theory, and continental philosophy, from standpoint of spectatorship. Focuses on different approaches to film theory from a philosophical prism, and on different philosophers addressing film as a mediated visual interpretation of reality, the world, our own bodies, and societies within which we reside. Addresses film-making as an act of philosophical thought of thinking about the world and representing subject s position within the world. Topics include, existential phenomenology, Deleuzian metaphysics, feminism, semiotics, political theory. Instructor: Hadjioannou
AMI 633S
Modern Chinese Cinema Hong, Guo-Juin 01 Tu 01:40 PM-04:10 PM Franklin Center 230

Course Description

Films, documentaries, television series, and soap operas produced in mainland China in the post-Mao era. Topics include the history and aesthetics of the cinema, soap operas as the new forum for public debates on popular culture, the emerging film criticism in China, the relationship of politics and form in postrevolutionary aesthetics. (Same as AMES 431 but requires extra assignments.) Research paper required. Instructor: Hong
AMI 635S
16mm Film Production Gibson, Joshua 01 Tu 03:05 PM-06:05 PM Smith Wrhs 101

Course Description

Hands-on experience with 16mm motion picture film and photography. In-depth exploration of the techniques and aesthetics of film production, including basic screen writing, lighting, story telling, and editing. Each student will produce an individual 16mm film. Same as Arts of the Moving Image 356S but with additional graduate level work. Instructor: Staff
AMI 650S
Black Camera Cobb, Jasmine 01 W 01:25 PM-03:55 PM East Duke 109

Course Description

This course interrogates still and moving images by and about people of African descent. Graduate students enrolled in this course will consider film, photography, and media art. Together, we will examine documentary film, daguerreotype and archival photography, black cinema, and the cultural politics that render production, reception and circulation particular for black subjects. Instructor: Cobb
AMI 690S
Special Topics In Ami Hansen, Mark 01 W 03:05 PM-05:35 PM Friedl Bdg 126

Course Description

Focus on aspects of Arts of the Moving Image. Topics vary
AMI 690S
Special Topics In Ami Jaji, Tsitsi 02 W 03:05 PM-05:35 PM Perkins 088

Course Description

Focus on aspects of Arts of the Moving Image. Topics vary
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