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World Cinema: A Critical Introduction

World Cinema: A Critical Introduction

World Cinema: A Critical Introduction

School of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures | Cinema and Media Studies Friday, November 2, 2018 10:30 am-1:00 pm St. Mary's Hall, Multipurpose Room
A Film Studies Workshop
with
Shekhar Deshpande (Arcadia University) &
Meta Mazaj (University of Pennsylvania)
 
November 2, 2018
10:30am--1:00pm
Multipurpose Room, St. Mary's Hall
 
The authors of World Cinema: A Critical Introduction, Shekhar Deshpande and Meta Mazaj, will join us to discuss the historical and theoretical issues related to the study and teaching of world cinema. The event is open to everyone and should be of interest to scholars and students of film as well as cinephiles and non-specialists. Deshpande's and Mazaj's recent book (https://www.taylorfrancis.com/books/9781136473197) will serve as a starting point for an open conversation shaped by the interests and interventions of the participants. We will begin at 10:30am with some coffee and snacks/pastry, followed by the workshop itself at 11:00am.
 
For any questions, please contact Luka Arsenjuk (arsenjuk@umd.edu).
 
Add to Calendar 11/02/18 10:30 AM 11/02/18 1:00 PM America/New_York World Cinema: A Critical Introduction
A Film Studies Workshop
with
Shekhar Deshpande (Arcadia University) &
Meta Mazaj (University of Pennsylvania)
 
November 2, 2018
10:30am--1:00pm
Multipurpose Room, St. Mary's Hall
 
The authors of World Cinema: A Critical Introduction, Shekhar Deshpande and Meta Mazaj, will join us to discuss the historical and theoretical issues related to the study and teaching of world cinema. The event is open to everyone and should be of interest to scholars and students of film as well as cinephiles and non-specialists. Deshpande's and Mazaj's recent book (https://www.taylorfrancis.com/books/9781136473197) will serve as a starting point for an open conversation shaped by the interests and interventions of the participants. We will begin at 10:30am with some coffee and snacks/pastry, followed by the workshop itself at 11:00am.
 
For any questions, please contact Luka Arsenjuk (arsenjuk@umd.edu).
 
St. Mary's Hall