This course will emphasize the process of critically viewing specific media artifacts and provide tools to students that will allow them to comprehend and evaluate information presented by a variety of forms of visual media.
Undergraduate Film Courses
This course aims to develop reading and writing skills that can be used to better interpret visual cultural and its role in contemporary life.
This course will provide an introduction to a critical approach to new media, including television, computers, digital image production, video games, and web-based platforms.
This course examines a number of key debates in the history of visual and verbal media, beginning with the technology of writing itself and moving into the invention of the codex, the printing press, and 19th and 20th century forms of imagistic production.