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Fall 2024
May 23, 2024
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Studies in Global Film History: History of Indian Cinemas - 12941 - FST 375 - 001
All students are expected to attend and participate in person at the assigned day/time. (F2F)

Pre- or co-requisite: FST 205

This course is designed to introduce the different periods, forms, and idioms of Indian cinema to both those who are initiating their study of Indian cinema and those who are interested in contextualizing and expanding their current understanding of the cinematic medium within the Indian subcontinent. The course aims to (i) provide a systematic introduction to the historical and linguistic range of production that Indian cinema studies attempts to address (ii) introduce the key films, directors, stars, genres, formal techniques and themes of Indian cinema and (iii) emphasize the inter dynamic relationship between India’s regional, national and global cinema. The course intends to introduce both, Indian popular and art cinema, while contextualizing the many terms swirling around these disparate practices, particularly, “Bollywood.” The films included come from regional language industries, beyond Bombay, that includes art cinemas.

Starting from the 1920s with silent cinema the course moves chronologically, through the decades, to the contemporary period: all the while providing a political, economic, social, and cultural background to the universe of these plural film practices. The required readings encompass a multidisciplinary approach to the study of cinema in India and include both conceptual and historical writings on the different aspects of Indian cinema. The lectures along with the readings intend to introduce students to the predominant critical approaches in the field of Indian cinema studies. The writing component of the course encourages students to develop their skills of analysis and interpretation to address either/both formal questions (such as issues of aesthetics, narrative, genre, visual style) and socio-cultural questions (such as issues of representation, tradition/modernity, private/public, nationalism, globalization etcetera).
Associated Term: Fall 2024
Registration Dates: Mar 28, 2024 to Aug 31, 2024
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: UnvStdy Information Literacy

Main Campus
Lecture Schedule Type
3.000 Credits
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Scheduled Meeting Times
Type Time Days Where Date Range Schedule Type Instructors
Class 9:00 am - 12:15 pm T University Film Center 1003 Aug 21, 2024 - Dec 12, 2024 Lecture Priyadarshini Shanker (P)E-mail
Class 9:00 am - 10:15 am R R21 2110 Aug 21, 2024 - Dec 12, 2024 Lecture Priyadarshini Shanker (P)E-mail


Studies in Global Film History: History of Indian Cinemas - 12942 - FST 375 - 002

All students are expected to attend and participate in person at the assigned day/time. (F2F)

Pre- or co-requisite: FST 205

See FST 375-001 description.
Associated Term: Fall 2024
Registration Dates: Mar 28, 2024 to Aug 31, 2024
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: UnvStdy Information Literacy

Main Campus
Lecture Schedule Type
3.000 Credits
View Catalog Entry

Scheduled Meeting Times
Type Time Days Where Date Range Schedule Type Instructors
Class 9:00 am - 12:15 pm T University Film Center 1003 Aug 21, 2024 - Dec 12, 2024 Lecture Priyadarshini Shanker (P)E-mail
Class 10:30 am - 11:45 am R R21 2110 Aug 21, 2024 - Dec 12, 2024 Lecture Priyadarshini Shanker (P)E-mail


Studies in Global Film History: Mexican Cinemas - 12943 - FST 375 - 003
All students are expected to attend and participate in person at the assigned day/time. (F2F)

Pre- or co-requisite: FST 205

In this course students will learn about the historical and aesthetic development of film in Mexico, from its earliest days to the present. Although this survey can in no way be exhaustive, we will study canonical works and important film periods, including film of the Mexican Revolution, classical “Golden Age” cinema, mid-century genre films, Mexploitation, and the New Mexican Cinema movement of the 1990s and 2000s. We will also examine lesser-known works from independent film producers and documentarians, as well as the unruly dynamics of cross-cultural exchange within Mexican film production, from Bunuel’s work in the Mexican studio system to Alfonso Cuaron’s work in Hollywood.
Associated Term: Fall 2024
Registration Dates: Mar 28, 2024 to Aug 31, 2024
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: UnvStdy Information Literacy

Main Campus
Lecture Schedule Type
3.000 Credits
View Catalog Entry

Scheduled Meeting Times
Type Time Days Where Date Range Schedule Type Instructors
Class 9:00 am - 12:15 pm M University Film Center 1003 Aug 21, 2024 - Dec 12, 2024 Lecture Mariana C Johnson (P)E-mail
Class 9:00 am - 10:15 am W R21 2110 Aug 21, 2024 - Dec 12, 2024 Lecture Mariana C Johnson (P)E-mail


Studies in Global Film History: Mexican Cinemas - 12944 - FST 375 - 004

All students are expected to attend and participate in person at the assigned day/time. (F2F)

Pre- or co-requisite: FST 205

See FST 375-003 description.

Associated Term: Fall 2024
Registration Dates: Mar 28, 2024 to Aug 31, 2024
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: UnvStdy Information Literacy

Main Campus
Lecture Schedule Type
3.000 Credits
View Catalog Entry

Scheduled Meeting Times
Type Time Days Where Date Range Schedule Type Instructors
Class 9:00 am - 12:15 pm M University Film Center 1003 Aug 21, 2024 - Dec 12, 2024 Lecture Mariana C Johnson (P)E-mail
Class 10:30 am - 11:45 am W R21 2110 Aug 21, 2024 - Dec 12, 2024 Lecture Mariana C Johnson (P)E-mail



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