Term : Summer 2020
Catalog Year : 2019-2020

CINE 232 - Cinema And Borders: Race, Migration, And Diaspora In Film And Media

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Description: Course emphasizes an interdisciplinary, topical approach to the study of world borders, international migration, and diaspora as portrayed in cinema. The role of race as a determining factor in border controversies will be explored, examining how race is constructed by cultural and political considerations and how border images have been constructed and shaped over time in response to political, economic and cultural trends. Letter grade only.

Units: 3

No sections currently offered.

Requirement Designation: Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry and Global

Liberal Studies Essential Skills: Effective Writing