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LE GROUPE DE RECHERCHE SUR L'HISTOIRE ET L'ÉPISTÉMOLOGIE DES ÉTUDES SUR L'IMAGE EN MOUVEMENT A POUR OBJET L'ÉVOLUTION DES SAVOIRS SUR LE CINÉMA ET L'IMAGE ANIMÉE DANS LE CONTEXTE UNIVERSITAIRE ET AU-DELÀ
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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

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This event showcases recent scholarship investigating screens and mobility as dominant features of our media environment. Participants will address such topics as hand-held mobile devices, digital and celluloid exhibition, locative media, and artistic practice in gaming and augmented reality.
 
Featuring a keynote address from
Dr.
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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

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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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ARTHEMIS is pleased to present a lecture with

Dudley Andrew
Yale University

“The Exemplary in Film Sudies”

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ARTHEMIS is pleased to present a lecture with

Paula Amad
University of Iowa

“The Archive in the Age of Cinema: A Counter-Archival Theory of Cinematic Memory From Henri Bergson to André Bazin”

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ARTHEMIS is pleased to present a lecture with

André Habib
Université de Montréal

The Archive as Ruin, the Ruin as Archive

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En décembre dernier, nous avons eu le plaisir de recevoir Jacqueline Stewart de l’université Northwestern. Mme Stewart a présenté “The politics of film archiving” aux étudiants du séminaire de Catherine Russell consacré à l’idée d’archive.

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