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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
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SCMS Fieldnotes Project: Interviews with key figures in Film and Media Studies adds Constance Penley, Dudley Andrew, and Rick Altman.

The SCMS Fieldnotes project is pleased to present three new interviews with
seminal film and media studies scholars, Rick Altman, Dudley Andrew and Constance Penley.

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SCMS Fieldnotes Project: Interviews with key figures in Film and Media Studies adds Laura Mulvey and John Caughie.

The SCMS Fieldnotes project is proud to present two new interviews with
seminal film and media studies scholars, Laura Mulvey, and John Caughie.

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Laikwan Pang, Thomas Lamarre

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The notion of spectatorship, introduced by feminist film critics in the 1970s and developed throughout the 1990s, transformed the theory of the cinematic apparatus into a theory of cinema as a social technology.
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La télévision et le web: entre saturation médiatique et pratiques grassroots.
 
Comment étudier les transformations narratives qui intéressent l'histoire récente de la sérialité télévisuelle ? Cette conférence sera l'occasion d'interroger, d'un point de vue interdisciplinaire, la « complexité » télévisuelle contemporaine.
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The Media History Research Centre invites you to join us for –
What Was Media Archaeology?
Media archaeology – what is it, and why do we keep hearing about it?
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Takeshi Kadobayashi
(Kansai University)
The Post-Media Condition
in the Wake of Japan’s 3.11 Disaster
November 13, 2013
18:00 - 20:00
EV 5.615
(1515 St. Catherine West)
 
This talk explores some aspects of what I call the aesthetics of the post-media condition.
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Screen Culture Research Group Presents

A Public Talk by

Henry Jenkins (University of Southern California)

"The Transmedia Generation: Spreadable Media, Fan Activism, and Participatory Learning"

Hall Building, Room 767

JANUARY 10, 2013 18:00

 

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