Public Lecture Series, Autumn 2011

Posted by ab543 at Oct 07, 2011 12:00 PM |

The Department of the History of Art and Film will be hosting a series of public lectures this Autumn. All lectures will take place in the Ken Edwards Building from 5.30pm and everyone is welcome. For more information see below or contact Dr Guy Barefoot (gb80@le.ac.uk).

 

 

Dept. of History of Art and Film, University of Leicester

PUBLIC LECTURE SERIES, Autumn 2011

 

 

Monday 24th October, Lecture Theatre 1, Ken Edwards

Dr Tamar Jeffers MacDonald, University of Kent

From ‘the most everything girl in Hollywood’ to ‘the forty year old virgin’

Doris Day and Hollywood stardom

 

Monday 31st October, Lecture Theatre 3, Ken Edwards

Brian Neve, University of Bath

'Independence' and constraint

Elia Kazan, Hollywood and the Cold War

 

Monday 7th November, Lecture Theatre 3, Ken Edwards

Professor Mark Jancovich, University of East Anglia

Monsters, gangsters and spies

Star images, epistemological crisis and the 1940s horror cycle

 

Monday 14th November, Lecture Theatre 3, Ken Edwards

Dr Guy Westwell, Queen Mary, University of London

In country

Mapping the Iraq war in Iraq in Fragments (2006) and The Hurt Locker (2008)

 

Monday 21st November, Lecturer Theatre 3, Ken Edwards

Dr Guy Barefoot, University of Leicester

Hollywood re-mixed

Joseph Cornell, The Perils of Pauline and recycled film footage

 

 

LECTURES START AT 17:30. EVERYONE WELCOME.

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