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Cinema and Media Studies (CTCS)
- D class assignments available in SCA320; phone (213) 740-3334.
- D class assignments for undergraduates available; phone (213) 740-2911.
- D class assignments for graduate students available in SCA320; phone (213) 740-3334.
- cinema.usc.edu/mediastudies D-clearances for Cinema and Media Studies Majors (for courses like CTCS 473) via their academic advisor. D-clearances for Non-Majors via firstname.lastname@example.org. D-clearances for all Graduate Students (for 500+ level courses) via email@example.com. School of Cinematic Arts "R" section courses change to "D" in the third week of classes, and require instructor approval for clearance. For Cinema and Media Studies, that approval can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org for d-clearance in the third week. Instructions are available here for all SCA Non-Major clearances: cinema.usc.edu/studentaffairs/nonMajor.cfm.
Examines literature and film as distinct modes of representation, narration, and structuring of time, language, memory, and visuality.
- Crosslist: This course is offered by the COLT department but may qualify for major credit in CTCS. To register, enroll in COLT 373.
|22035R||050||Lecture||1:00-4:50pm||Tue, Thu||9 of 19||Akira Mizuta Lippit||ONLINE||PDF (400202 KB)|
Intensive survey of African American cinema; topics include history, criticism, politics, and cinema's relationship to other artifacts of African American culture.
|18000R||051||Lecture||2:00-5:50pm||Tue, Thu||24 of 200||Todd Boyd||ONLINE||PDF (102485 KB)|
Intensive study of the style of an auteur, studio, film or television making mode in terms of thematic and formal properties and their influences upon the art of film.
|18013R||050||Lecture||2:00-5:50pm||Tue, Thu||27 of 62||Nitin Govil||ONLINE|
Aesthetic, rhetorical, and ideological issues in non-fiction film and video.
|18003D||037||Lecture||9:00-11:50am||Tue, Thu||12 of 24||Michael Renov||ONLINE|