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Professor Anatoly Antohin, University of Alaska Fairbanks
Instructor Francine Segal, Loyola University New Orleans
Thomas W. Benson, Rhetoric of Film and Television, Pennsylvania State University
Familiarizes the student with the three major critical methods applied to the American cinema: genre study, the auteur theory, and the star system. Topics for spring 2004: film noir, director Howard Hawks and actor Humphrey Bogart; and melodrama, director Douglas Sirk, and actress Lana Turner. Jeremy Butler, University of Alabama.
Study of selected topics in United States film.
Phil Solomon, Univ. of Colorado, 2005.
DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE,National University of Singapore
Timothy White, National University of Singapore
The Hollywood melodrama, both as a genre and with a focus on the unique styles and themes of key directors such as Douglas Sirk, Vincente Minnelli, Frank Borzage, Max Ophuls, and George Cukor. Fred Camper, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
Professor Stuart Shulman, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Professor Jean Dennisonthe, University of Florida
Phil Solomon, Colorado, 2000.
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Chandak Sengoopta, The Johns Hopkins University, Film and Media Studies Program
Jeremy Butler, University of Alabama.
Robert Stanton, Department of English, Boston College
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