History of Film and Moving Image Studies.

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This axis seeks to identify the conditions of emergence and consolidation of Film and Moving Image Studies in academia. It revolves around 3 main issues: the study of conceptual conditions, material and technological conditions, and institutional conditions.

Conceptual Conditions

Technological Conditions

Institutional Conditions

Institutions of Cinephilia

Institutions of social and community activism

Pedagogical Institutions

The Politics of Film Archiving

Talk
Saturday, October 30, 2010 - 13:00

Last December we had the pleasure to receive Jacqueline Stewart from Northwestern University. Professor Stewart presented "The politics of film archiving" to the students enrolled in Catherine Russell seminar on film archives. Because of the length of her presentation, we split it in two parts.

“New Perspectives on the Museum Expedition Film: The Woodcraft League, Peter Pan, and Reclaiming Native Agency.”

Talk
Tuesday, September 14, 2010 - 13:15

ARTHEMIS is pleased to present a lecture with

Alison Griffiths
City University of New York (CUNY)
“New Perspectives on the Museum Expedition Film: The Woodcraft League, Peter Pan, and Reclaiming Native Agency.”

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