ILC 271 - World Cinema

ILC 271 - World Cinema

4.00 Cr
An Integrative Learning course where students receive CORE credit in both Arts & Letters-Literature and Social Science as well as Cultural Diversity.

This course will examine social justice and human rights issues in global and local contexts through critical engagement with world cinema. We will interrogate the relationship between the aesthetics and the politics of world cinema within multiple cinematic traditions (e.g. Neo-Realism, Third Cinema, Indigenous Media, etc.) and genres (narrative cinema, documentary, etc.). We will focus on the intersections between the global and the local, between history and memory, and between the self and the "other." Students will apply their knowledge of the critical frameworks and themes learned through the course to their examination of similar issues in their community.

Term: 
2021SP
Method: 
LEC
LEC2
Faculty: 
Gupta, Soumitree
Kutufam, Doreen