Courses

[*COMPLIT 146. Space and Place: The Environment in Film]

Focuses on the effect of the environment in film. Reads films grouped according to environmental themes (humans, nature and animals, water, consumption, pollution, climate change) side by side with critical articles. Pays special attention to the relation between space, place and the planet, ecology and technology, globalization and urbanization, postcolonialism, race, gender and class.

Notes: Likely offered in Fall 2019. Section and film screening to be arranged.

Professor: 

TBA

Season: 

Fall

Time: 

TBA

Course ID: 

124822

Subject Area: 

Comparative Literature

Research Areas: 

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