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Genealogies of the Excessive Screen

Sessions in Fall 2017


Whitney Humanities Center, 53 Wall Street, New Haven

Tuesday, September 5th, 5pm: Screens, Where and When?

Tuesday, September 19th, 5pm: Screens and Writing

Tuesday, October 3rd , 5pm:  Screens and Networks

Tuesday, October 17th, 5pm:  The Screen in Sound: Toward a

Tuesday, October 31st, 5pm: Theatrical Screens

Tuesday, November 14th, 5pm:  Screens, Surveillance, Warfare

Tuesday, December 5th, 5pm: Immersive Screens

Fall Events

Look forward to a busy fall.
Rough Cut
SEP 14 Tony Kaes, UC Berkeley
SEP 28 Luca Peretti
NOV 9 Kirsty Dootson
Colloquium screenings TBA
The Russian “Revolutionary” screening series:
September 23 (Strike)
October 4 (October)
October 25 (Storm over Asia)
November 8 (Fall of the Romanov Dynasty)
November 29 (Fragment of an Empire)
December 6 (Chapayev)
Latino and Iberian Film Festival at Yale (LIFFY) from 15-19 November