ScreenSite Data: General Media-Studies Syllabi

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191 General Media-Related Syllabi

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Advanced Film Production

Rich Underwood, San Diego State University (last updated: 23 Oct 2018)  https://sdsu-dspace.calstate.edu/bitstream/handle/10211.3/134262/TFM%20560%20-%20Underwood.pdf?sequence=1

Advanced Media Production

Elliot Gaines, Wright State University (last updated: 8 Nov 2018)  http://www.wright.edu/~elliot.gaines/com4710sylspring14.html

African American Cinema

University of Southern California (last updated: 23 Oct 2018)  https://web-app.usc.edu/soc/syllabus/20091/18098

American Film as Literature Spike Lee: An American Director

Fernando Pérez, Bellevue College (last updated: 8 Nov 2018)  https://bc.instructure.com/courses/1301210/assignments/syllabus

American Indians in Cinema

Jonathan Tomhave, University of Washington (last updated: 8 Nov 2018)  https://ais.washington.edu/courses/2015/autumn/ais/360/a

American Indians in Film

Nancy Marie Mithlo, Occidental College (last updated: 8 Nov 2018)  http://nancymariemithlo.com/images/links/196-Occidental-ARTH250-2014-syllabus.pdf

American Indians Through Film, TV & Popular Culture

Ozzie Monge, San Diego State University (last updated: 8 Nov 2018)  https://sdsu-dspace.calstate.edu/bitstream/handle/10211.3/190847/Syllabus%20-%20AMIND-435%20-%20Spring%202017%20-%20Monge.pdf?sequence=1

Analyzing Media Industries (Fall 2010)

(last updated: 20 Jan 2015)  https://docs.google.com/open?id=1QrS_RgfP3qw5KchEk1E4gdkzbzXJhg1ktkAZptxNqY9zCJa9cHB3gAyO-bgM

Analyzing Television

Jimmie Reeves, Texas Tech University (last updated: 23 Oct 2018)  http://appserv.itts.ttu.edu/PACI/Pages/Courses/CourseSyllabus.aspx?6964=523030353238313038&63707265666978=454D43&636E756D=33333435&73656374=303031&7465726D=46616C6C20545455&79656172=32303133

Anthropology of Sex and Gender

Reed College. (last updated: 4 Apr 2012)  http://academic.reed.edu/anthro/344/index.html

Art of Film

Rebecca Sheehan, Harvard University (last updated: 2 Oct 2018)  https://scholar.harvard.edu/files/katrinschamun/files/syllabus_for_ves_70_the_art_of_film.pdf

Audio Production

Michael Huntsberger, University of Oregon (last updated: 11 Oct 2018)  http://narsn.commarts.wisc.edu/syllabi/huntsberger.pdf

Audio Production

(last updated: 8 Nov 2018)  http://files.cargocollective.com/18691/AudioSyllabus2016.pdf

Beginning Final Cut Pro

Cambridge Community Television. (last updated: 20 Sep 2016)  https://www.cctvcambridge.org/node/329917

Black Studies Dissemination in the Age of New Media

Dr. Kevin Michael Foster, University of Texas at Austin . From the Website: "This course introduces graduate studentsto the work of black studies researchers at The University of Texas at Austin and helps disseminate that same body of work to a broader audience via social and new media." (last updated: 26 Aug 2013)  http://www.academia.edu/1385763/Syllabus_Black_Studies_in_the_Age_of_New_Media

Bookwork after New Media

Dr. Rita Raley, UC Santa Barbara . From the Website: "This course brings together media archaeology, the material history of the book, and media-specific analysis in an investigation of “bookwork” after new media." (last updated: 26 Aug 2013)  http://bookwork234.wordpress.com/syllabus/

Business of Media (Spring 2012)

(last updated: 20 Jan 2015)  https://docs.google.com/document/d/1vf83sHOF28p0d7Zp7am6D_hXEB1JISuikR12WQXtgGg/edit

Cinematic Multimedia

Jennifer Proctor, Grand Valley State University (last updated: 8 Nov 2018)  http://www.jenniferproctor.com/CinematicSyl.htm

Cities of Dreadful Delight: Gender, Race, and Sexuality in the Americas

(last updated: 4 Apr 2012)  http://www.people.man.ac.uk/~mfsssnaz/hi3952syl.html

Communications Theory and Practice

Dr. David Parry, Saint Joseph's University. From the Website: "It is an overused cliche that we live in a digital world. But this cliche, also points to a certain truth: communication is now primarily digital. Indeed it would be possible to argue that all research, writing, and communication is digital, or at least structured by the digital landscape. The ability to write in digital spaces, research online, and participate in these evolving social communities has become a critical 21st century knowledge. In this class we will not only study these evolving digital literacies, but actively practice them." (last updated: 12 Sep 2016)  http://outsidethetext.com/classes/COM200/syllabus/

Computer Applications for Media Production

Tarrant Community College District (last updated: 8 Nov 2018)  https://waj.tccd.edu/TCC/WebAdvisor3/displayLink?linkType=scans&courseDesc=RTVB-1302&term=&lev=UG&id=12728

Computer Imagemaking

Jennifer Proctor, Grand Valley State University (last updated: 8 Nov 2018)  http://jenniferproctor.com/CIMSyl.htm

Computer Science

(last updated: 10 Mar 2013)  http://www.csdl.tamu.edu/~furuta/689dh/schedule.html

Contemporary Film and Television Genres in Comparison

Boston University (last updated: 11 Oct 2018)  https://www.bu.edu/abroad/files/2016/06/COM-CI-595-Film.TV-BU-LA-Genre-Course-syllabus-2.2.17.pdf

Council on the Status of Women in Linguistics Language and Gender

(last updated: 4 Apr 2012)  http://www-personal.umich.edu/~jlawler/gender.html

Course File on Experimental Film (Part 1) (1982)

(last updated: 16 Sep 2016)  https://www.jonathanrosenbaum.net/1982/01/course-file-on-experimental-film-part-1-1982/

Course File on Experimental Film (Part 2) (1982)

(last updated: 16 Sep 2016)  https://www.jonathanrosenbaum.net/1982/01/couse-file-on-experimental-film-part-2-1982/

Cultures of New Media

Dr. Kathi Inman Berens, USC . From the Website: "This class anchors its experiments with interface in established topics in Media Studies. Students in this course will study the how and why of social media with the aim of discovering the messaging strategies that motivate the social media campaigns of brands, individuals, corporations and other entities." (last updated: 26 Aug 2013)  http://kathiiberens.com/2013/01/14/syllabus-sp13/

Digital Cultural Criticism and the Contemporary Museum

Michael J. Kramer, Northwestern University (last updated: 4 Oct 2018)  https://canvas.northwestern.edu/courses/44023/assignments/syllabus

Digital History

Dr. Shawn Graham, Carleton University . From the Website: "In this seminar, we will be looking  at what Digital History is, the  ways it changes the questions we can ask about history, the way digital methods change what it is even feasible to ask, and how we communicate this research to a wider public." (last updated: 26 Aug 2013)  http://www.scottbot.net/HIAL/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/HIST5702-syllabus.pdf

Digital History

Dr. William J Turkel, University of Western Ontario . From the Website: "This course is a one-semester graduate course on digital history that emphasizes both the presentation of history on the web, and the use of computational techniques to work with digital resources." (last updated: 26 Aug 2013)  http://williamjturkel.net/teaching/history-9808a-digital-history-fall-2012/

Digital History Seminar - Jefferson's Travels

(last updated: 27 Sep 2018)  http://www.vcdh.virginia.edu/courses/fall07/hius401-f/

Digital Humanities in Research and Teaching

Dr. Stephen Brier and Dr. Matthew K. Gold, The City University of New York. From the Website: "This site contains student blog posts and teaching materials related to MALS 78100: The Digital Humanities in Research and Teaching, which was co-taught at the CUNY Graduate Center in Spring 2012 by Profs. Stephen Brier and Matthew K. Gold." (last updated: 27 Sep 2018)  http://dh2012.commons.gc.cuny.edu/

Digital Humanities: New Approaches to Scholarship

(last updated: 10 Mar 2013)  http://stefansinclair.name/llcu-601-1/

Digital Literary Studies: History and Principles

Dr. Jentery Sayers, University of Victoria . From the Website: "This course combines the hands-on production of multimodal scholarly communications with critical approaches to literature, new media, and digital culture." (last updated: 26 Aug 2013)  http://web.uvic.ca/~englblog/507s2012.pdf

Digital Literature: The Death of Print Culture?

(last updated: 10 Mar 2013)  http://www.sjsu.edu/faculty/harris/DigLit_F10/Schedule.htm

Digital Media Culture

Antonio Lopez, John Cabot University (last updated: 11 Oct 2018)  http://www.openmediaeducation.net/com311-sp14/

Digital media issues

Dr. Cindy Royal, Texas State University. From the Website: "This course examines the Internet and other digital technologies and discusses their relationship with the communication discipline." (last updated: 27 Sep 2018)  http://digitalmedia.cindyroyal.net/

Digital Poetics

Dr. Elizabeth Losh, University of California-San Diego . From the Website: "This class teaches and uses digital tools in order for students to learn to creatively write digitally." (last updated: 26 Aug 2013)  http://losh.ucsd.edu/courses/poetics.html

Digital Rhetorics

Dr. Jim Brown, University of Wisconsin-Madison . From the Website: "This course will investigate two emerging modes of expression: videogames and sequential art (comics). The course includes a discussion of the history of rhetoric and its contemporary applications, and students will then both analyze and produce videogames and comics." (last updated: 26 Aug 2013)  http://courses.jamesjbrownjr.net/550_spring2012

Digital Scholarship

Dr. Susan Smulyan, Brown University. From the Website: "This course questions the changing nature of the discipline as it is manifested in pedagogy and research. It explores alternative scholarship options as well as questions of access and open source." (last updated: 26 Aug 2013)  http://browndigitalscholarship.wordpress.com/

Directing for Film and Video

Towson University (last updated: 23 Oct 2018)  https://www.towson.edu/cofac/departments/mediafilm/undergrad/mediafilm/documents/emf-455-syllabus-sample.pdf

Documentary Film & Video

Towson University (last updated: 23 Oct 2018)  https://www.towson.edu/cofac/departments/mediafilm/undergrad/mediafilm/documents/emf-461-syllabus-sample.pdf

Documentary Storytelling for Radio and Podcasts

New York University (last updated: 3 Oct 2018)  https://journalism.nyu.edu/wp-content/uploads/Quinn_Audio-Journ-Podcasts.pdf

Ecocinema: Environmentalism and film

Antonio Lopez, John Cabot University (last updated: 11 Oct 2018)  http://www.openmediaeducation.net/cms345/

Economics of Gender (ECON 447)

(last updated: 23 Aug 2013)  http://www.washington.edu/students/icd/S/econ/447erose.html

Economics of Gender and the Family (ECON 248)

(last updated: 4 Apr 2012)  http://myslu.stlawu.edu/~shorwitz/Teaching/s01248.htm

Education and the Status of Women: A Comparatice Perspective

(last updated: 4 Apr 2012)  http://www.stanford.edu/class/ed197/index.htm

Environmental & Science Documentary Television

Tom Linden, University of North Carolina (last updated: 23 Oct 2018)  https://sph.unc.edu/files/2017/10/HB_sy_hbeh660_fall17.pdf

Experimental Film and Video History

Jennifer Proctor, Grand Valley State University (last updated: 8 Nov 2018)  http://jenniferproctor.com/ExpFilmSyl.htm

Feminism and Film

Vanderbilt University (last updated: 23 Oct 2018)  https://my.vanderbilt.edu/wgs272/syllabus/

Feminist Linguistic Theory and 19th Century British Women Writers

(last updated: 4 Apr 2012)  http://www.uwosh.edu/faculty_staff/shaffer/FEMLING.htm

Feminist Media Studies

Tace Hedrick, University of Florida (last updated: 23 Oct 2018)  https://wst.ufl.edu/files/Feminist-Media-Studies.pdf

Film and Environment

Emory University (last updated: 23 Oct 2018)  http://piedmont.emory.edu/documents/2015/Cook%202015.pdf

Film and Media Industries (Spring 2013)

(last updated: 20 Jan 2015)  https://docs.google.com/file/d/1D_n9z5Cml3LdU4T0inNq9gocDN9i1MDJu8Mx92jyxwsCIP3E0Y_X4KmmjByt/edit?usp=sharing

Film and Media Theory

Jennifer Fay, Vanderbilt University (last updated: 4 Oct 2018)  https://as.vanderbilt.edu/cinemamediaarts/people/film_theory_updated_17.pdf

Film and Television Interpretation: American Cinema

Jennifer Proctor, Grand Valley State University (last updated: 8 Nov 2018)  http://jenniferproctor.com/AmCinemaSyllabus.htm

Film and Video Autobiography

Julia Lesage, University of Oregon (last updated: 2 Oct 2018)  http://screensite.org/wp-content/themes/directorypress/thumbs//Julia-Lesage-Film-Autobiography.pdf

Film History

Kirsten Moana Thompson, Seattle University (last updated: 8 Nov 2018)  https://www.seattleu.edu/media/college-of-arts-and-sciences/departments/english/documents/Film-3020-17SQ-Syllabus.pdf

Film History and Theory

University of Washington (last updated: 4 Oct 2018)  https://canvas.uw.edu/courses/910963/assignments/syllabus

Film History/Theory

Mark Lynne Anderson, University of Pittsburgh (last updated: 3 Oct 2018)  http://www.filmstudies.pitt.edu/sites/default/files/L2451SP2007.pdf

Film Narrative

Sarah Childress, Bowdoin College (last updated: 23 Oct 2018)  https://www.bowdoin.edu/faculty/s/schildre/pdf/bowdoin-narrative-film-syllabus.pdf

Film Theory

Jun Okada, State University of New York at Geneseo (last updated: 4 Oct 2018)  https://wiki.geneseo.edu/display/engl/Film+Studies+349%3A+Film+Theory+SAMPLE+SYLLABUS

Film Theory and Criticism

Kristopher Cannon, Northeastern University (last updated: 4 Oct 2018)  https://www.kristophercannon.com/professional/previous-courses/film4750-spring2013/

Film Theory and Criticism

Marty Norden, University of Massachusetts Amherst (last updated: 4 Oct 2018)  https://people.umass.edu/norden/546syll.html

Film Theory and Criticism

Dan Gilfillan, Arizona State University (last updated: 4 Oct 2018)  https://www.asu.edu/courses/fms394/Blackboard/Spring%20Syllabi/Gilfillan_fms461.pdf

Film/Video Production: Alternative Forms

Jennifer Proctor, University of Iowa (last updated: 8 Nov 2018)  http://jenniferproctor.com/VloggingSyllabusWeb.htm

From Mayberry to "Netflix and Chill": Topics in Television, Race, Gender, and Class

Katherine Contess, CUNY Brooklyn College (last updated: 11 Oct 2018)  https://www.hastac.org/sites/default/files/upload/files/post/contess_syllabus_5.23.17.pdf

Gender and Development: A Focus on Housing and Work

(last updated: 4 Apr 2012)  http://www-personal.umich.edu/~hema/UP659Syllabus.htm

Gender and Media

Antonio Lopez, John Cabot University (last updated: 11 Oct 2018)  http://www.openmediaeducation.net/gendermedia/

Gender and Media

Brooke Erin Duffy (last updated: 23 Oct 2018)  https://static1.squarespace.com/static/58b37319ff7c508925e2d112/t/5a1d5120419202136974710e/1511870753243/Gender+and+Media+Syllabus-Duffy-fall2017-final.pdf

Gender History

(last updated: 4 Apr 2012)  http://www.clas.ufl.edu/users/lnewman/AMH5930_Syllabus.html

Gender Issues in Management (AK/ADMS 3120)

(last updated: 18 Sep 2016)  http://www.yorku.ca/lripley/gimsyllabushybrid.htm

Gender, Genre, and Political Transformations: Interdisciplinary Perspectives

(last updated: 4 Apr 2012)  http://www.ssc.wisc.edu/~mferree/CGES804/syllabus.htm

Gender, Law & Politics

(last updated: 4 Apr 2012)  http://faculty.uml.edu/sgallagher/Glp2000net.htm

Gender, Sexuality, and Power in Screen Studies

(last updated: 8 Nov 2018)  http://files.cargocollective.com/18691/GenderPower2016.pdf

Global Hollywood

Masha Shpolberg, Yale University (last updated: 4 Oct 2018)  https://summer.yale.edu/sites/default/files/files/Syllabi/2018/FILM%20S274%20-%20Global%20Hollywood.pdf

Hamlet in the Humanities Lab

(last updated: 10 Mar 2013)  http://ullyot.ucalgaryblogs.ca/teaching/hamlet/

History & New Media

This offering is an applied course in digital history that explores the adaptation of history to a digital environment. (last updated: 10 Mar 2013)  http://www.archiva.net/hist697ay10/index.html

History 590: Quantitative Methods and Computing for Historians

The proliferation of innovative computer-based information technologies and the growing utilization of quantitative methods in social, political, and economic history have made it increasingly necessary for students to become familiar with more technical bodies of knowledge than previous generations of historians. This course aims to provide students with an orientation to a a number of new, and for some, indispensable, methodologies and tools for accessing, collecting, and analyzing social, economic, and political historical data. (last updated: 10 Mar 2013)  http://www.albany.edu/history/history590/

History of Television

Christine Becker, Notre Dame University (last updated: 23 Oct 2018)  https://www3.nd.edu/~cbecker1/histtv.pdf

History of the Cinema II

Inga Meier, Stephen F. Austin State University (last updated: 8 Nov 2018)  https://orion.sfasu.edu/courseinformation/syl/201602/THR3711.pdf?635896940396565929

History: Adventures in Digital History 2010

This seminar will focus on the process of creating digital history. (last updated: 26 Aug 2013)  http://dh2010.umwblogs.org/draft-syllabus/

History: READINGS AND PRACTICUM IN HISTORICAL FILM AND VIDEO DOCUMENTARY PRODUCTION

(last updated: 10 Mar 2013)  http://www.albany.edu/faculty/gz580/histdocfilms/

Images of Women in French Cinema

(last updated: 4 Apr 2012)  http://www.stanford.edu/class/frengen192e/

Interactive Technology and the University

(last updated: 27 Sep 2018)  http://core2.commons.gc.cuny.edu/syllabus/

Intro to Film

Gregory Zinman, Georgia Tech (last updated: 23 Oct 2018)  http://blogs.iac.gatech.edu/film2018/syllabus/

Intro to Film Production

Remington Smith, University of Louisville (last updated: 23 Oct 2018)  http://commcourses.com/syllabi/301Film.pdf

Intro to Film Studies

(last updated: 2 Oct 2018)  https://people.ucsc.edu/~stamp/20A/FILM_20A/Syllabus+Assignments.html

Intro to Film Studies

Susan Ryan, The College of New Jersey (last updated: 23 Oct 2018)  https://saccurriculum.pages.tcnj.edu/files/2016/03/COM-117-INTRO-FILM-STUDIES-2015-fall.pdf

Intro to Screen Studies

(last updated: 8 Nov 2018)  http://files.cargocollective.com/18691/ISSSyl2016.pdf

Intro to Video Production

John Goheen, Loyola University Chicago (last updated: 8 Nov 2018)  https://www.luc.edu/media/lucedu/soc/pdfs/coursesyllabi/fall2015/COMM_135-203_Goheen.pdf

Introduction to Digital Humanities

Dr. Brian Croxall, Emory University. From the Website:   "In this course we will consider these questions as we explore the nascent field of digital humanities (DH). Through readings and various projects, we will familiarize ourselves with the concepts, tools, and debates of and within DH." (last updated: 26 Aug 2013)  http://www.briancroxall.net/2011/08/29/introduction-to-digital-humanities/

Introduction to Digital Humanities: Humanistic Knowledge, Disciplines, and Institutions in the 21st Century

Introduction to the field of Digital Humanities, from its beginnings in Humanities Computing to the current state of the field; how is DH different from (and how does it overlap with) New Media Studies?  What is a DH research question? (last updated: 10 Mar 2013)  http://introdh.blogspot.com/p/syllabus.html

Introduction to Film

Tom Isbell, University of Minnesota Duluth (last updated: 4 Oct 2018)  https://www.d.umn.edu/~tisbell/Courses/introtofilm.html

Introduction to Film and Media Studies

(last updated: 2 Oct 2018)  https://works.swarthmore.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1060&context=fac-german

Introduction to Film Production

Terry Linehan, University of North Carolina Wilmington (last updated: 3 Oct 2018)  https://uncw.edu/filmstudies/about/documents/201-002%20SPRING%202016%20syllabus.pdf

Introduction to Film Studies

Harlan Wilson, Wright State University (last updated: 3 Oct 2018)  http://www.wright.edu/~david.wilson/fms1310/syllabus.pdf

Introduction to Film Theory

Caetlin Benson-Allott, Georgetown University (last updated: 3 Oct 2018)  https://english.georgetown.edu/sites/english/files/Intro%20to%20Film%20Theory%20%28Benson-Allott%29.pdf

Introduction to Film Theory and Criticism

Amelie Hastie, University of California, Santa Cruz (last updated: 4 Oct 2018)  http://film.ucsc.edu/sites/default/files/FILM%20120%20syllabus%202009_0.pdf

Introduction to Humanities Physical Computing

This course will introduce students to humanities physical computing, which is a growing sub-field of Digital Humanities. With the introduction of inexpensive electronics equipment, such as the Arduino prototyping platform, a growing number of digital humanists are taking a turn toward the physical. (last updated: 10 Mar 2013)  http://www4.ncsu.edu/~dmrieder/IP_295_001_RIEDER.pdf

Introduction to Media Production

Bill Barrett, Webster University (last updated: 8 Nov 2018)  http://www2.webster.edu/~barrettb/courses/mediaproduction.htm

Introduction to Media Production

H.D. Motyl, Southern Illinois University (last updated: 8 Nov 2018)  https://mcma.siu.edu/rtd/_common/documents/fall-16-syllabi/RTD201.pdf

Introduction to Media Studies

Brian Schrank, Georgia Institute of Technology (last updated: 4 Oct 2018)  http://brianschrank.com/Intro_to_Media_Studies/index.html

Introduction to Radio/Television

Tony Blair, Angelo State University (last updated: 23 Oct 2018)  https://www.angelo.edu/courses/syllabi/201720/29657.pdf

Introduction to Scoring for Movies and Television

Eric Schmidt, University of Southern California (last updated: 23 Oct 2018)  https://web-app.usc.edu/soc/syllabus/20183/42301.pdf

Introduction to Television Studies

Susan Ryan, The College of New Jersey (last updated: 11 Oct 2018)  https://saccurriculum.pages.tcnj.edu/files/2016/03/Com-118-Intro-Television-Studies-20151.pdf

Introduction to Television Studies

Chelsea Bullock, University of Oregon (last updated: 11 Oct 2018)  https://eng110win2014.wordpress.com/syllabus/

Issues of Representation

Jennifer Proctor, Grand Valley State University (last updated: 8 Nov 2018)  http://jenniferproctor.com/IssuesofRepSyl.htm

Language and Gender

(last updated: 18 Sep 2016)  http://www-personal.umich.edu/~jlawler/gender.html

Language and Gender (ENGL 473)

(last updated: 4 Apr 2012)  http://faculty.washington.edu/stygall/ENGL473SylAut03.htm

Lesbian and Gay Cinema

Julia Lesage, University of Oregon (last updated: 2 Oct 2018)  http://screensite.org/wp-content/themes/directorypress/thumbs//Julia-Lesage-Lesbian-and-Gay-Cinema.pdf

Lighting Aesthetics and Design for Cinema Television

Doug Miller, Regent University (last updated: 23 Oct 2018)  https://www.regent.edu/acad/schcom/academics/syllabi/2011Fall/CTV%20545%20new%20FA11.pdf

Literacy and Technology

Dr. Annette Vee, University of Pittsburgh . From the Website: "In this seminar, we’ll explore the shapes that literacy takes with new technologies, and what that means for us as writers and teachers and readers in a time where technologies of writing appear to be rapidly shifting." (last updated: 26 Aug 2013)  http://www.annettevee.com/syllabi/Vee_SyllabusGrad_LiteracyandTechnology_Spring2012.pdf

Literature And Computer Programming

Dr. Jim Brown, University of Wisconsin-Madison . From the Website: "This class works on defining the hacker and/or programmer as part of a subculture, one whose story must be investigated and told fairly." (last updated: 26 Aug 2013)  http://courses.jamesjbrownjr.net/314j_fall06

Marriage and Sexuality in Medieval Europe

(last updated: 4 Apr 2012)  http://falcon.arts.cornell.edu/prh3/368/index.html

Media & Culture

Dr. Sidneyeve Matrix, Queen's University. From the Website: "This course surveys media and marketing trends across a variety of popular entertainment forms. " (last updated: 12 Sep 2016)  http://www.queensu.ca/filmandmedia/faculty-and-staff/faculty-and-staff-bios/sidneyeve-matrix

Media and Popular Culture

Dr. Sidneyeve Matrix, Queen's University. From the Website: "This course surveys a variety of popular media forms and genres (film, TV, radio, music, novels, magazines, advertising, news, Internet). " (last updated: 12 Sep 2016)  http://www.queensu.ca/artsci_online/courses/media-and-popular-culture

Media Culture and Theory

Dr. Mariam Ghani, Stevens Institute of Technology. From the Website: "This course will survey key benchmarks and documents in the history of media and new media technologies, while also introducing critical readings of 20th and 21st century media culture, both from the theoretical field of media studies and the creative works of artists, filmmakers and writers." (last updated: 26 Aug 2013)  http://www.kabul-reconstructions.net/mariam/MTCsyllabus.html

Media Production for the Metropolitan Community

(last updated: 8 Nov 2018)  http://files.cargocollective.com/18691/SylMediaProduction.pdf

Media Production II

Jennifer Proctor, Grand Valley State University (last updated: 8 Nov 2018)  http://jenniferproctor.com/MediaIISyl.htm

Media Production Modes

Jennifer Proctor, Grand Valley State University (last updated: 8 Nov 2018)  http://jenniferproctor.com/ModesSyl.htm

Media Studies: IAT 800 Foundations of Computational Art and Design

The goal of this course is to learn Java programming in the context of an art and design practice, that is, to understand computation as an expressive medium. (last updated: 10 Mar 2013)  http://biov.iat.sfu.ca/~shaw/iat800/index.html

Media Theory

Dr. Rita Raley, New York University. From the Website: "This course is at once an overview and in-depth study of some of the central theories of media, technology, and information that inform literary studies in the present."   (last updated: 26 Aug 2013)  http://mediatheory2012.wordpress.com/

Modes of Film & Video Production

Jennifer Proctor, University of Iowa (last updated: 8 Nov 2018)  http://jenniferproctor.com/SyllabusSummerModesweb.htm

Multimedia Production

Ken Loge, Lane Community College (last updated: 8 Nov 2018)  https://media.lanecc.edu/users/logek/mmp/resources/syllabus.html

Native American Film and Video: Performing Self-representation Through Media

Amalia Cordova, New York University (last updated: 8 Nov 2018)  http://www.nyu.edu/content/dam/gallatin/documents/syllabi/2011/FA/ARTS-UG1604.pdf

Native Americans and Film

Brian Klopotek, University of Oregon (last updated: 8 Nov 2018)  https://cpb-us-e1.wpmucdn.com/blogs.uoregon.edu/dist/c/10063/files/2016/04/ES370_Fall16-13hcx5b.pdf

New & Emerging Media

Jennifer Proctor, University of Michigan-Dearborn (last updated: 8 Nov 2018)  http://files.cargocollective.com/18691/NewAndEmerging2015.pdf

New Media

Dr. Jennifer Bay, Purdue University . From the Website: "In this course, Bay takes an approach that blends theoretical approaches to new media (discussing politics of participation, activism, and approaching issues of copyright) with practical approaches (discussing how to tag and order the web, how to use flash, the specificity of blogs, audioblogs, podcasts)." (last updated: 27 Sep 2018)  http://web.ics.purdue.edu/~jbay/680N/

New Media And The Futures Of Writing

Writing is more than words on a page. The various futures of writing involve a number of emerging practices, and this class will approach these practices by defining writing very broadly. (last updated: 10 Mar 2013)  http://courses.jamesjbrownjr.net/5992_winter2011

New Media and the Written Word

Dr. Jay Gabler, Macalester College . From the Website: "In this class, we’ll look at new media from a variety of perspectives: historical, sociological, psychological, critical, and aesthetic. Specifically, we’ll be looking at language and its uses as a form of communication developed in the age of paper transitions into the digital era." (last updated: 26 Aug 2013)  http://mcst294-03.tumblr.com/post/29501736129/syllabus

New Media Literacies

Dr. Henry Jenkins, USC . From the Website: "In this course, Jenksins explores the changing landscape of learning in a new media environment and convergence culture. He discusses learning in games, social networking sites, as well as other new media." (last updated: 26 Aug 2013)  http://henryjenkins.org/2009/08/new_media_literacies_-_a_syll.html

New Media Producing: “Building StoryWorlds: the art, craft and biz of storytelling in 21c”

Dr. Lance Weiler, Columbia University . From the Website: "In this course, Weiler focuses on teaching and practicing l tools that will help students create transmedia or cross-media stories." (last updated: 26 Aug 2013)  http://learndoshare.net/columbia/NEW_MEDIA_PRODUCING_Fall2012.pdf

Nonfiction Video Production

Jennifer Proctor, University of Iowa (last updated: 8 Nov 2018)  http://jenniferproctor.com/NonFictionSyllabus.htm

Performance Theory

Abigail De Kosnik, UC Berkeley (last updated: 23 Oct 2018)  http://summer.berkeley.edu/sites/default/files/SYLLABUS-DRAFT-THEATER118AC.pdf

Podcasting, Radio and Sound Production

Elliot Majerczyk, University of Virginia (last updated: 4 Oct 2018)  https://collab.its.virginia.edu/syllabi/public/98a515cf-ee9b-49ae-8f8c-8630974d7655

Podcasting: Digital Storytelling

Matt Cunningham and Jill Geisler, Loyola University Chicago (last updated: 23 Oct 2018)  https://www.luc.edu/media/lucedu/soc/pdfs/coursesyllabi/spring2017/COMM_372-202_JGeisler_MCunningham.pdf

Pop Culture and American Politics

Will Jennings, University of Tennessee, Knoxville (last updated: 23 Oct 2018)  https://polisci.utk.edu/faculty/syllabi/Jennings-312-Syllabus.pdf

Popular Culture and New Media Literacies

Professor Jay Lemke, University of Michigan. From the Website: "In this education course, Lemke leads his class through changes in literacy in correlation to popular culture and new media, including analyzing topics such as identity, transmedia franchising, and gaming." (last updated: 12 Sep 2016)  http://static1.1.sqspcdn.com/static/f/694454/12425837/1306523289890/PopularCultureNewMediaLiteracies.pdf?token=uiTAK%2FdMK5yYOT20Pg8cflqVi6s%3D

Race and Gender in Cinema - TV

Antonio Lopez, John Cabot University (last updated: 11 Oct 2018)  http://www.openmediaeducation.net/race-gender-14/

Race, Gender, and Economic Status

(last updated: 4 Apr 2012)  http://bernard.pitzer.edu/~lyamane/econ120.htm

Radio Broadcasting and Digital Audio Production

Mickey Goldenberg, University of Colorado (last updated: 4 Oct 2018)  http://syllabus.colorado.edu/archive/JOUR-3614-20131-001.pdf

Radio Production

John Mark Dempsey, Texas A & M University Commerce (last updated: 23 Oct 2018)  http://www.tamuc.edu/academics/cvSyllabi/syllabi/201580/82660.pdf

Radio Programming and Production

Chuck Tarver, University of Delaware (last updated: 3 Oct 2018)  https://www1.udel.edu/nero/Radio/syllabus.html

Reading Digital Texts

Dr. S. Sinclair, McGill University . From the Website: "This is essentially a course on computer-assisted text analysis and text mining from humanistic perspectives." (last updated: 26 Aug 2013)  http://htmlpreview.github.io/?https://github.com/sgsinclair/teaching/blob/master/text-mining-grad/syllabus.html

Readings and Practicum in Aural History and Historical Audio Documentary Production

Gerald Zahavi, State University of New York at Albany (last updated: 3 Oct 2018)  https://www.albany.edu/faculty/gz580/documentaryproduction/index.html

Readings in Western Women's History

(last updated: 27 Sep 2018)  http://csivc.csi.cuny.edu/westweb/files/pages/lavusyl.html

Screening History: The Construction of American History in Hollywood Films

New York University (last updated: 23 Oct 2018)  https://steinhardt.nyu.edu/scmsAdmin/media/users/sr99/ug_syl/E59.1140_Screening_History.pdf

Screenwriting: Long Form

Jennifer Proctor, University of Iowa (last updated: 8 Nov 2018)  http://jenniferproctor.com/ScreenwritingSyllabus.htm

Software Defined Radio

Yu-Dong Yao, Stevens Institute of Technology (last updated: 11 Oct 2018)  http://personal.stevens.edu/~yyao/syllabus-568.html

Technologies of Text

Texts are at the heart of most disciplines in the humanities—literature, philosophy, history, religious studies—but this course will argue that technology and humanistic study are deeply intertwined. (last updated: 27 Sep 2018)  http://f14tot.ryancordell.org/

Television and Citizenship

John McMurria, University of California San Diego (last updated: 23 Oct 2018)  http://www.communication.ucsd.edu/_files/syllTVcitizenshipW09.pdf

Television Studies

Germaine Halegoua, Kansas University (last updated: 11 Oct 2018)  http://fms411.tumblr.com/syllabus

Television Studio Production

Jim Krause, Indiana University (last updated: 23 Oct 2018)  http://www.indiana.edu/~jkmedia/356/p356_syllabus_fall_16.pdf

Television: Past, Present and Future

Joe Fortunato, Arizona State University (last updated: 23 Oct 2018)  https://webapp4.asu.edu/bookstore/viewsyllabus/2171/30827

THATCamp 2010 session

(last updated: 10 Mar 2013)  https://docs.google.com/a/crimson.ua.edu/document/d/1Jw1VDDeZDOoGrRIVdjyvIT2HsAVOMfXdMzbjxIfwyss/edit

The African American Image in Film

Ronnie Dunn, Cleveland State University (last updated: 23 Oct 2018)  http://cua6.urban.csuohio.edu/syllabi/spring12/UST251_Dunn.pdf

The American Family in Film and Television

Wende Garrison, Portland State University (last updated: 23 Oct 2018)  http://psucurriculumtracker.pbworks.com/w/file/fetch/90974640/CFS%20330U%20Course%20Syllabus.pdf

The Art of Moviemaking

University of North Dakota (last updated: 23 Oct 2018)  http://www1.und.edu/faculty/christopher-jacobs/_files/docs/art-of-moviemaking-syllabus.pdf

The Cultures of New Media

Christy Hagen, University of Southern California (last updated: 23 Oct 2018)  https://web-app.usc.edu/soc/syllabus/20181/20541.pdf

The Documentary Body: Advanced Media Production

Vicky Funari, Haverford College (last updated: 8 Nov 2018)  https://scholarship.tricolib.brynmawr.edu/bitstream/handle/10066/20415/VIST_H353B_01.pdf?sequence=1&isAllowed=y

The Economics of Gender

(last updated: 18 Sep 2016)  http://www.oswego.edu/~kane/eco151syl.pdf

The History of the Movie Industry

Brooklyn College (last updated: 8 Nov 2018)  http://userhome.brooklyn.cuny.edu/anthro/jbeatty/COURSES/hist/syllabus.html

The Inner City in American Film

Amy Corbin, Muhlenberg College (last updated: 8 Nov 2018)  http://www.mediapolisjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/Inner-City-syllabus-spring-10-SIG.pdf

The Web 2.0 and Participatory e-Learning

Dr. Curt Bonk, Indiana University . From the Website: "In this course, Bonk focuses on how interactivity and a participatory culture changes and affects learning and teaching. He focuses on the importance of free content and different new media tools such as wikis, blogs, podcasts, etc." (last updated: 26 Aug 2013)  http://php.indiana.edu/~cjbonk/Syllabus_R685_Fall_of_2008.htm

This Is Your Brain on the Internet

(last updated: 12 Sep 2016)  https://www.hastac.org/blogs/cathy-davidson/2010/01/17/syllabus-your-brain-internet-isis-120

Tools, Techniques,and Culture of the Digital Humanities

Dr. Jentery Sayers, University of Victoria . From the Website: "This course offers students an introduction to the concepts, tools, and techniques of digital humanities, as well as a broader engagement with the intersections between new technologies and society." (last updated: 26 Aug 2013)  http://www.jenterysayers.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/150_syllabus.pdf

Topics in African American Film

Chris Johnson (last updated: 8 Nov 2018)  http://blackvistas.com/film/media/film_syllabus.pdf

Topics in Digital Media

New York University (last updated: 8 Nov 2018)  https://steinhardt.nyu.edu/scmsAdmin/uploads/005/304/e58.2130_s10.pdf

U.S. Television History

Dartmouth College (last updated: 11 Oct 2018)  http://www.dartmouth.edu/~film45/syllabus.html

Understanding Media Industries (Winter 2011)

(last updated: 20 Jan 2015)  https://docs.google.com/file/d/1tQMLaXkdqXH2Qs3ZDtWvFY9EuNyTZK9fBEm8ob1g0XbJAqwWNvq5eUjmE1xB/edit

Understanding the Cultural Industries (Fall 2011)

(last updated: 20 Jan 2015)  https://docs.google.com/open?id=1PGiE872wqcyErtmiq7h-ipj_eJHz7n5QO_2IvrWdKIv0ITrtbIWOOQUsMOVz

United States History through Film

Rob P. Zarkowski (last updated: 8 Nov 2018)  http://www.dcstigers.org/Syllabi/Mr.%20Zarkowski/History%20Through%20the%20Media.pdf

Video Field & Post Production

Jim Krause, Indiana University (last updated: 8 Nov 2018)  http://www.indiana.edu/~jkmedia/351/p351_576_syllabus_sp2016.pdf

Women and Film

Julia Lesage, University of Oregon (last updated: 2 Oct 2018)  http://screensite.org/wp-content/themes/directorypress/thumbs//Julia-Lesage-Women-and-Film.pdf

Women and Gender in Europe

(last updated: 27 Sep 2018)  http://mccandlessa.people.cofc.edu/syl252.htm

Women and Gender in the Middle East

(last updated: 18 Sep 2016)  http://www.academia.edu/18875365/Syllabus_Women_and_Gender_in_the_Middle_East_undergraduate_

Women and Gender in the United States

(last updated: 27 Sep 2018)  http://mccandlessa.people.cofc.edu/syl590.htm

Women and Power in 19-Century America

(last updated: 4 Apr 2012)  http://www.oberlin.edu/faculty/classer/History322/

Women and Social Movements in Antebellum America

(last updated: 4 Apr 2012)  http://www.oberlin.edu/faculty/classer/2002syllabus.html

Women and the Polis (CCIV 243/WMST 211)

(last updated: 4 Apr 2012)  http://mkatz.web.wesleyan.edu/cciv243/cciv243.syllabus.html

Women Artists (ART 380)

(last updated: 4 Apr 2012)  http://www.bluffton.edu/womenartists/syl.html

Women in Antiquity: Greece

(last updated: 18 Sep 2016)  http://www.stoa.org/diotima/syllabi/skinsyll.shtml

Women in New York City, 1890-1940

(last updated: 18 Sep 2016)  https://csivc.csi.cuny.edu/history/files/lavender/386/386hub.html

Women in the American West

(last updated: 27 Sep 2018)  http://womenwest.doinghistory.com/syllabus/

Women's History and Feminist Theory

(last updated: 18 Sep 2016)  https://www.amherst.edu/media/view/341176/original/Feminist+Theory+Syllabus.pdf

Women. Minorities, and the Media (J320)

(last updated: 4 Apr 2012)  http://pages.uoregon.edu/dmerskin/wmm.htm

World Film History 1945-Present

Eleni Palis, University of Pennsylvania (last updated: 3 Oct 2018)  https://www.sas.upenn.edu/summer/sites/neutron_sas.summer/files/CIMS-102-910.pdf

Writing And Coding

Dr. Jim Brown, University of Wisconsin-Madison . From the Website: "This course will examine computer programming as a writing practice, as a way to express ideas and make arguments. The class offers multiple opportunities to tinker with various technologies and to try out new writing practices." (last updated: 26 Aug 2013)  http://courses.jamesjbrownjr.net/102_fall2013

Writing Machines

Dr. Kathleen Fitzpatrick, Pomona College. From the Website:   "Writing Machines proposes to explore the relationship between contemporary literature and computer technologies, focusing on the ways that new technologies of writing have affected the development and dissemination of narrative.  This class works to bring the theory and practice of electronic literature together, meaning that we’ll be combining the standard seminar modes of reading and discussion with hands-on production." (last updated: 27 Sep 2018)  http://machines.plannedobsolescence.net/168-2010/

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