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FILMĀ 201: American Film History

This course explores both classic and contemporary Hollywood cinema in its artistic, cultural, technological, and economic contexts. Students study films ranging from silent movie classics, screwball comedy, film noir, and the Hollywood musical through the work of Scorsese, Coppola, and Spielberg. In addition to assigned reading and writing, students are required to watch two films per week, one of them at a formal screening on Monday evenings. Offered periodically. Counts toward American studies major and media studies concentration.

Media Studies

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...ENGL 296 Screenwriting FILM 101 Introduction to Film Studies FILM 201 American Film History GERM...

Race and Ethnic Studies

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...English film history; classical film theory; feminist film...Cross-Cultural Literature ENGL 201 Transatlantic Anglophone Literature...

American Studies

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...Family Relationships FAMST 253 Human Sexuality FILM 201 American Film History HIST 165 Slavery in...