FILMVID 601 - Seminar in Film Historiography
Section: 001
Term: WN 2006
Subject: Film and Video Studies (FILMVID)
Department: LSA Screen Arts & Cultures
With permission of instructor.
Lab Fee:
Advisory Prerequisites:
FILMVID 350 and 360, and Graduate standing.
May not be repeated for credit.
Primary Instructor:

An examination of the process and progress of film historical research and writing. Students will read, with a critical eye, historical arguments in various areas of film history: aesthetic, technological, business, and social history. This seminar will use one or more specific productive “problems” that (such as the advent of the star system, the coming of sound, the rise of independent production, the development of exhibition practice) as the focus or case study for considering diverse methods relied upon by historians in conceptualizing processes of determination and historical causality in relation to film production and reception. Students will do extensive research with primary materials.

FILMVID 601 - Seminar in Film Historiography
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001 (LEC)
F 2:00PM - 5:00PM
002 (LAB)
F 10:00AM - 1:00PM
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