One course. C-L: see Art History 317; also C-L: Romance Studies 317, Dance 317, Medieval and Renaissance Studies 217
Practice-based studio and outdoor work and discussions. Introduces numerous established and experimental artistic methodologies as tools to aid the process of creative, associative thinking and the development of new ideas in any chosen field. The cultivation of students' radically subjective creativity, awareness, perception, and imagination in order to explore, experience and apply embodied thought, unlocking creative potential and visionary thinking. No movement or artistic experience required. Students of all abilities welcome.
One course. C-L: see Literature 620s; also C-L: Arts of the Moving Image 620s, Visual and Media Studies 622s, English 620s, Documentary Studies 620s
One course. C-L: see French 525s
One course. C-L: see French 412s
One Course. C-L: see Italian 385; also C-L: Literature 385, Arts of the Moving Image 386, Visual and Media Studies 385
One course. C-L: see Literature 318s; also C-L: Arts of the Moving Image 318s, Visual and Media Studies 332s
One Course. C-L: see Dance 309s; also C-L: Cultural Anthropology 311s, International Comparative Studies 309s
Some of the best dramatic writing today can now be found on television. This class will focus on one commercial prime-time drama, past or present. Beginning with a deep immersion in to the world of that show - watching allof Season One - students break into groups, coming up with their own long stories to advance the plots. Each student will pitch a story for their particular version of "Season Two" - developing an outline, tracking their storylines with the other members of their group, adn finally writing a draft of an hour-long TV episode.
One course. C-L: see Writing 305s; also C-L: Dance 302s, Music 305s