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Posted in Winter 2014.


February 21: Zdenko Mandusic

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Zdenko Mandusic, PhD candidate in Cinema and Media Studies and Slavic Languages and Literatures, will present “Sincere Realism,” a chapter from his dissertation.

Please join us Friday, February 21 from 10:30-12:30 in Cobb 310
Refreshments will be provided.

Zdenko’s paper is available for download here.

To obtain the password, please contact workshop coordinators Matt Hubbell at mthubbell [at] gmail [dot] com or Mikki Kressbach at mkressbach [at] uchicago [dot] edu.

**Persons with a disability who believe they may need assistance, please contact at Matt Hubbell at mthubbell [at] gmail [dot] com or Mikki Kressbach at mkressbach [at] uchicago [dot] edu**

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February 7: Chris Carloy

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Chris Carloy, PhD candidate in Cinema and Media Studies, will present the proposal for his dissertation titled, “Real 3D:’ form, concept and the rise of three-dimensionality in 1990s videogames.”

Please join us Friday, February 7 from 10:30-12:30 pm in Cobb 310
Refreshments will be provided.

Chris’ paper is available for download here.

To obtain the password, please contact workshop coordinators Matt Hubbell at mthubbell [at] gmail [dot] com or Mikki Kressbach at mkressbach [at] uchicago [dot] edu.

**Persons with a disability who believe they may need assistance, please contact at Matt Hubbell at mthubbell [at] gmail [dot] com or Mikki Kressbach at mkressbach [at] uchicago [dot] edu**

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January 31: Nova Smith

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Nova Smith, PhD candidate in Cinema and Media Studies, will present “Art for Our Sake: The Aesthetic Foundations of African American Art,” a chapter from her dissertation.

Please join us Friday, January 31 from 10:30-12:30 pm in Cobb 310
Refreshments will be provided.

Nova’s paper is available for download here.

To obtain the password, please contact workshop coordinators Matt Hubbell at mthubbell [at] gmail [dot] com or Mikki Kressbach at mkressbach [at] uchicago [dot] edu.

**Persons with a disability who believe they may need assistance, please contact at Matt Hubbell at mthubbell [at] gmail [dot] com or Mikki Kressbach at mkressbach [at] uchicago [dot] edu**

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January 24: Ling Zhang

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Ling Zhang, PhD candidate in Cinema and Media Studies, will present “City Symphony and Transcultural Transmediality: Liu Na’ou and The Man Who Has a Camera (1933),” a chapter from her dissertation.

Please join us Friday, January 24 from 10:30-12:30 pm in Cobb 310
Refreshments will be provided.

Ling’s paper is available for download here.

To obtain the password, please contact workshop coordinators Matt Hubbell at mthubbell [at] gmail [dot] com or Mikki Kressbach at mkressbach [at] uchicago [dot] edu.

**Persons with a disability who believe they may need assistance, please contact at Matt Hubbell at mthubbell [at] gmail [dot] com or Mikki Kressbach at mkressbach [at] uchicago [dot] edu**

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Winter 2014 Schedule

***January 24: Ling Zhang, PhD Candidate, Cinema and Media Studies ***
Please note the change it date to previously distributed schedules.

January 31: Nova Smith, PhD Candidate, Cinema and Media Studies

February 7: Chris Carloy, PhD Candidate, Cinema and Media Studies

February 21: Zdenko Mandusic, PhD Candidate, Slavic Languages and Literature, and Cinema and Media Studies

March 3: Katherine Hayles, Professor of Literature, Duke University.  Lunchtime discussion co-sponsored with the Department of Comparative Literature.  Please note the change in time and location: Monday, March 3, Classics 113.  

March 7: Ian Jones, PhD Candidate, Cinema and Media Studies

All workshops are held in Cobb 310, from 10:30 to 12:30, unless otherwise stated. Refreshments will be provided.

Posted in Winter 2014, Workshop Schedule.