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THE ADVANCED RESEARCH TEAM ON HISTORY AND EPISTEMOLOGY OF MOVING IMAGE STUDY IS DEDICATED TO INVESTIGATING THE EVOLUTION AND THE VARIOUS FACETS OF FILM AND MOVING IMAGE STUDIES AS DISCIPLINARY PROJECTS WITHIN ACADEMIA AND BEYOND
Workshop
Rhetorically charged debates over theory have divided scholars of the humanities for decades. In Elegy for Theory, D. N. Rodowick steps back from well-rehearsed arguments pro and con to assess why theory has become such a deeply contested concept.
Talk
D.N.Rodowick
“Perfectionism’s Ironic Transport (Reading Now Voyager After Cavell)”
Feb 28,16h00
MB 3,270 (1450 Guy St.)
 
Rereading Cavell’s later works on moral perfectionism, I examine a number of themes that I consider central to what I call a philosophy of the humanities, in which art and film play important roles.
Talk

Alain Chouinard's “Long Live Play” and Marc Steinberg 's “Platform Dominance, Contents Strategies”, Feb 7,16h00, MB 2,270 (1450 Guy St.)

Talk
Masha Salazkina and Katarina Mihailovic
Film Cultures and Critical Discourses in Transnational Contexts
Nov 29,16h00
EV 5,615
(1515 Ste.Catherine W.)
 
The two presentations will engage with the historiographical questions in the study of institutional film cultures and critical discourses on cinema in transnational contexts.
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John Hunting and Trevor Mowchun, 
Nov 22, 16h, EV 5,615
Trevor Mowchun explores the “world dependence” of film through a reconsideration of the conditions of both the presence and absence of the world onscreen.
Lecture serie

With Irene Rozsa, John Hunting and Trevor Mowchun, Masha Salazkina and Katarina Mihailovic, Marc Steinberg and Alain Chouinard, Veronica Pravadelli, D.N.

Talk
Irene Rozsa
October 18, 2013, 14h30 
EV 5,615
1515 Ste.Catherine W.
Free admission
Conference

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Today, viewers consume audiovisual products in the form of fragments, in any place and at any time of day. A plurality of screens, as points of interaction with media “worlds”, relocates the film-going experience (Casetti, 2010).

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