Description: Comparative and in-depth study of critical methods for film interpretation and of the theoretical sources for these methods. Multiple enrollments are allowed with different content (as indicated with an A-suffix number; see courses that follow); maximum 6 hours.
Credit Hours: 3
Dates: 01/16/2024 - 05/04/2024
Location: Center for the Visual Art 133 (CVA 133)
Instructor: Greg Beam
Course Specification: Majors Only
Class Notes: This course will explore various creative and critical questions related to cinematic storytelling, pairing viewings from throughout the history of film with perspectives from authors such as Aristotle, Carl Jung, Joseph Campbell, Laura Mulvey, Maria Tatar, Jane Alison, and Sarah Ruhl.
Textbooks are not required for this section.