Screen Power: Harrison Ford
Common Curriculum: Humanities/Arts Modern
This course aims to introduce students to an analytical model dealing with the ideological power of film with respect to its aesthetics, content, and audience appeal. Recent studies argue that film is not ideologically free and that any serious study of film history, aesthetics, or criticism should take this into account. This course may be taken more than once as the subject matter changes.
Prerequisite: ENGL T122.
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