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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
05/01/2012 - 14:00

Arthemis

is pleased to present a lecture with

Dr. Karl Sierek

Friedrich Schiller University of Jena

Jean Mitry: Between Phenomenology and Film Analysis

04/01/2011 - 16:00

The Advanced Research Team on the History and Epistemology of Moving Image Studies is pleased to present a lecture with

Philip Rosen (Brown University)

Illusion Now

03/25/2011 - 16:00

The Advanced Research Team on the History and Epistemology of Moving Image Studies is pleased to present a lecture with

Raiford Guins
Digital Cultural Studies
State University of New York


Space Invaders Behind Glass and Baer in a Box: The Museology of Videogames

03/18/2011 - 16:00

Arthemis is pleased to present a lecture with 

Yuri Tsivian

(University of Chicago)

02/11/2011 - 16:00

The Advanced Research Team on the History and Epistemology of Moving Image Studies is pleased to present a lecture with

François Jost
Sorbonne Nouvelle Paris III
Centre d’Etudes sur l’Image et le Son Médiatiques (CEISME)

01/21/2011 - 16:00

The Advanced Research Team on History and Epistemology of Moving Image Studies
is pleased to present a lecture with

Hannah Landecker
Associate Professor
Center for Society and Genetics
and the Department of Sociology
UCLA

02/12/2010 - 16:30

The Office of the Vice President of Research and Graduate Studies
ARTHEMIS and
Le département de communication de l’Université de Montréal
are pleased to present a public lecture with

Geneviève Sellier
Université de Caen

Modernity and archaïsm in the New Wave

02/05/2010 - 16:30
ARTHEMIS
is pleased to present a public lecture with
 
Christian Keathley
Middlebury College
 
Cinephilia’s Missing Term : Découpage

Though it is prominent in French film criticism, the term découpage (unlike its corollary, mise-en-scene) effectively does not exist in English language film criticis

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