Photography and the Moving Image (130026.1) 5p.
STARTS ON MONDAY 16th!
Fourth mandatory course for students at the intermediary level. Other students of ÅAU and exchange students can also participate. The philosopher Antony Fredriksson (see previous post in Swedish) and the Culture and Religion scholar Sofia Sjö give an introduction to the history and theory of Photography and Film. They are both conducting research on Film as a channel for ideologies and world-views. Film screenings are included (e.g. Eisenstein’s October, Marker’s Sans Soleil and Minh-Ha’s Reassemblage)
Introduction: Mon 16.3 4-6 PM, Camera Obscura (E201), Arken
Schedule: Mon during w. 12-14 and 16-19, 4-6 PM; screenings 2-4 PM (w. 14, 17, 19)
Applied Cultural Imagology (130025.1) 5p.
STARTS ON THURSDAY 19th!
Optional course for students at the intermediary level. Other students of ÅAU and exchange students can also participate (English at BA or MA level is recommended). What is a national stereotype? What does smell and sound mean for the identity of a place? What kind of mental images do we make when we read a text? Such questions are asked in Imagology – a research field created by scholars who want to understand the connections between the Psychological and the Social. Your teacher is professor Anthony Johnson of the English department at ÅAU.
Introduction: Thu 19.3 4-6 PM, Camera Obscura (E201), Arken
Schedule: Thu during w. 12 and 15-19, 4-6 PM; reading/writing period w. 13-14
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