CM 3710 - Film and Identity Politics
Explores the representation and social construction of non-dominant, co-cultural identities of various groups as communicated in narrative cinematic offerings. Through theoretical readings and weekly film screenings, course participants investigate the complex relationships between narrative film form/style and identity politics (past and present), as well as the ideological and social ramifications of those relationships. Springs. Prerequisite(s): CM 2000. (DICO)
*All course information is from the 2016-2017 Catalog.