Jul 02, 2022  
2021-2022 Catalogue 
    
2021-2022 Catalogue

Global Media & Digital Studies Minor


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FACULTY:
Ahmet Atay, Chair
Nii Nikoi
Jennifer Hayward

Minor in Global Media & Digital Studies


Consists of six courses:

Cross-Listed courses/Electives


Category I Courses: National/Transnational Film and Media

  • AFST 24400.   Cinema of Africa and the African Diaspora
  • CHIN 22300.   Chinese Cinema as Translation of Cultures (in English)
  • CMLT 23600.  Comparative Film Studies
  • ENGL 30010.  Postcolonial Literature and Film
  • GRMN 22802. German Film and Society (in English)
  • GRMN 25000. Current Events in News and Social Media (in German)
  • HIST 20900.    Europe Since 1945: Film and History
  • HIST 27507.    Iranian Cinema and History
  • RUSS 22000.  Russian Culture Through Film (in English)
  • RUSS 24000.  Imagining Russia
  • SPAN 28000.  Hispanic Film (in English)

Category II Courses: Film/Media/Digital Writing and Production

  • ARTS 15900.   Introduction to Photography
  • COMM 33200. Visual Communication
  • ENGL 16002.   Travel Writing
  • GMDS 41000.  Internship
  • HIST 20201.    History Workshop: Historical Documentary Filmmaking
  • THTD 10200.  Foundations of Theatrical Design
  • THTD 30201.  Topics Visual: Scenic Design
  • THTD 30203.  Topics Visual: Costume Design
  • THTD 30209.  Topics Visual: Lighting Design
  • THTD 303xx.   Topics in Physical Text

Category III Courses: Film/Media as Significant Course Component

  • COMM 23300.  Mediated Gender, Race, and Sexuality
  • COMM 23500.  Media, Culture, and Society
  • CMLT 22200.   Classical Tradition in Modern Drama, Fiction, and Film
  • CMLT 23600.   Comparative Film Studies
  • CMLT 29004.   Filming the Occult
  • ENGL 21014.   Religion in Black Film and Literature
  • ENGL 23043.   Noir
  • ENGL 24018.   Fidelity and Betrayal: The 19th Century British Novel on Film
  • GRMN 25000.  Current Events in News and Social Media
  • HIST 20101.    History of the News
  • HIST 20107.    The Western: “new Wests” In Modern America
  • HIST 29000.    Europe Since 1945: Film and History
  • RELS 26400.   Religion and Film
     

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