Film Studies affords students the opportunity for in-depth exploration of one of the world’s most vibrant and influential cultural practices as both an analyst and a practitioner. Students develop the ability to think critically, analyze both visual and written texts, communicate persuasively, and produce their own digital media projects.
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Thinking Like a Humanist
In the new Undergraduate Humanities Fellows Program students seeks to understand human life in its many forms, from philosophical knowledge to artistic expression to political structures.
Malori Holloman, ’13, has witnessed poverty’s effects on traumatized children, homeless adults, and troubled teens. Yet she finds reason to hope.
Justin Chew, ’13, researches Hollywood heroes of the ’90s to further understanding of ideas embedded in mass American culture.
The Department of Modern Literatures and Cultures is hosting a yearlong series devoted to examining life through art, thanks to a grant from the NEH.