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(seats remaining) Religion and Film (Spring 2020)

Contributed by Rachel Wagner on 11/16/19 

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Come talk about how film can work as a kind of religion all by itself, and also how visual techniques can communicate religious meaning. 

This course has lots of room left because it's an upper level course in a program that only has a minor! Take advantage and join us as we learn about the relationship between religion and film! No religious perspective is privileged, and we will touch on a variety of world religions (no previous experience needed). 

Film offers compelling modes of world-building and meaning-making for people. Films with religious meaning embedded in them also use a specific set of visual and camera techniques to make their points. Learn how to read them.

This is a 300 level course, but *anyone* with at least two humanities courses and/or media-related courses can join with a registration override. If that's not you, ask anyway! Anyone with a keen eye and an interest in film would enjoy this class. The professor is a national expert in the field. 

Questions? Email Rachel Wagner (rwagner@ithaca.edu). 

2:35-3:50 TR

CRN 43201

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