Fall 2014 – Summer 2015
The World Cinemas program was established to coordinate faculty expertise and student interest in different national and international cinematic traditions. It offers courses across various departments, primarily in Arts, in order to train students to approach film studies from a variety of traditions and locations, while introducing them to different modes of cinematic practice and production from around the world.
|Program Committee Chair|
|Michael Cowan; B.A., Ph.D.(Calif., Berk.) (Languages, Literatures, and Cultures – German Studies) (Co-Chair 2012–2015)|
|Alanna Thain; B.A.(McG.), Ph.D.(Duke) (English) (Co-Chair 2012–2015) (on sabbatical until Jan. 2015)|
|Alain Farah; M.A.(UQAM), Ph.D.(UQAM/ENS Lyon) (Langue et littérature françaises)|
|Yuriko Furuhata; B.A.(Int'l. Christian), M.A.(N. Mexico), Ph.D.(Brown) (East Asian Studies)|
|M.L. Stevenson; B.A.(N. Carolina), Ph.D.(Calif., Berk.) (Anthropology)|
|A. Tureli; B.Arch.(Istanbul), A.A.Dipl.(A.A.), Ph.D.(Calif., Berk.) (School of Architecture)|
The Minor Concentration World Cinemas instructs students in film aesthetics, history, and theory by acquainting them with cinematic practices from different national and international traditions. This interdisciplinary program draws on the already existing teaching and research activities in several departments within the Faculty of Arts and will serve as an ...
For more information, see Minor Concentration World Cinemas (18 credits).