Welcome to the Department of English at Rutgers University

01  T3      LIV    19871    SEN   RC-1
      TH3                                  RC-2
      T 7,8    FILM SCREENING   TIL-252

This course same as 195:321:01

This course will explore dominant cinematic traditions of the world since the 1950s. In addition to studying the social and cultural contexts within which cinematic texts generate meaning, we will also engage with transnational dialogue between film cultures and movements. We will consider the validity of a number of concepts such as counter cinema, first, second and third cinema, and third-world cinema, focusing in particular on the interplay between local traditions and transnational industrial and artistic practices.

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Upcoming Events

25 Sep 2018;
08:00PM -
Writers at Rutgers Reading Series | Tyehimba Jess
27 Sep 2018;
04:00PM - 06:00PM
"The Future of African Studies"
27 Sep 2018;
04:00PM - 06:00PM
"The Future of African Studies"
11 Oct 2018;
04:30PM - 06:30PM
Tentative Job Talk & Reception
18 Oct 2018;
08:00PM -
Writers at Rutgers Reading Series | Frank Bidart

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Graduate Program in English

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