Courses

Please visit Brown's online course catalog for a complete listing of all classes offered.

Fall 2015

Code Title Schedule Instructor
MCM0110

Introduction to the Theory and Analysis of Modern Culture and Media

M/W 1-1:50 A. Azoulay + P. Rosen
MCM0710
application 

Introduction to Filmmaking: Time and Form

 Th 1:00-3:50 L. Thornton
MCM0730
application 

Introduction to Video Production: Critical Strategies and Histories

Th 4-6:50 A. Cokes
MCM0901M

Ishiguro, Amongst Others

Interested students should register for ENGL 0710L. T. Bewes

MCM0901Q (new)

Introduction to Video Production: Critical Strategies and Histories

T 4-6:30 L. Padmanabhan
MCM0901T

Shakespeare: The Screenplays

Interested students should register for ENGL 0310E. R. Rambuss
MCM1110

The Theory of the Sign

T/Th 10:30-11:50 E. Rooney
MCM1200G Cinema and Stardom: Image/Industry/Fantasty T/Th 6:40-8:00 L. Joyrich

MCM1201K 

Queer Relations: Aesthetics and Sexuality Interested students should register for ENGL 1900R. J. Khalip
MCM1201T Russian Cinema Interested students should register for RUSS 1250. V. Golstein
MCM1202D

China Through the Lens: History, Cinema, and Critical Discourse

Interested students should register for EAST 1270. L. Wang
MCM1202N Performance Theory and World Theatre History: Paleolithic to Medieval Interested students should register for TAPS 1230. R. Schneider
MCM1202Q

Word, Media and Power in Modern Italy

Interested students should register for ITAL 1590. M. Riva
MCM1202T

Perverse Cinema

Interested students should register for ENGL 1762A. R. Rambuss
MCM1500D Contemporary Film Theory Th 4-6:30 P. Rosen
MCM1501O Television, Gender, Sexuality W 3-5:30 L. Joyrich
MCM1502H Information, Discourse, Networks M 3-5:30 W. Chun
MCM1504H

The Panorama and 19th-Century Visual Culture

Interested students should register for ITAL 1340. M. Riva
MCM1504Q Reading Narrative Theory Interested students should register for ENGL 1950G. E. Rooney
MCM1504V

Technologies of/and the Body: Mediated Visions

Interested students should register for GNSS 1720. G. Koch
MCM1700B Approaches to Narrative W 2-5:30 L. Thornton  

MCM1700D

Reframing Documentary Production: Concepts and Questions

W 10-12:50 A. Cokes
MCM2110M

Literary Theory I: Continental Aesthetics and the Questions of Politics

Interested students should register for COLT 2650M. T. Bewes + M. Redfield
MCM2110N (new) The Body and the Desire to Sleep T 1:20-3:50 J. Copjec
MCM2120H (new) Objects of (and in) Animation Th 1-3:30 G. Koch
MCM2310J Writing and Methods in Political Theory I Interested students should register for POLS 2121. B. Honig + A. Gourevitch
MCM2510F The Racial Lives of Affect Interested students should register for ENGL 2761F. D. Kim

Spring 2016

CODE TITLE SCHEDULE INSTRUCTOR
MCM0220

Print Cultures: Textuality and the History of Books

M/W 2-2:50

E. Rooney

MCM0230 Digital Media M/W 11-11:50 W. Chun
MCM0240 Television Studies T/Th 1-1:50 L. Joyrich
MCM0710
application 
Introduction to Filmmaking: Time and form Th 4-6:50  L. Thornton
MCM0901R

Altered Cinema: The Cultural Politics of Film Revision

T 4:00-6:20 M. Skoptsov
MCM0901S

Mediating Reproduction: Feminism, Art, Activism

T/Th 10:30-11:50 B. Capper
MCM0901U

What is Colonialism - Archives, Texts, Images

Interested students should register for COLT 0812B. A. Azoulay
MCM0901V

Getting Emotional: Passionate Theories

Interested students should register for ENGL 0500Q. J. Khalip
MCM1201Z On Being Bored Interested students should register for ENGL 1511L. J. Khalip
MCM1203F (new)  The Aesthetics of Political Cinema:  From Montage to Political Modernism T/Th 2:30-3:50 P. Rosen
MCM1501I Reading Marx F 2-4:30 P. Rosen
MCM1503O

Market Economy, Popular Culture and Mass Media

Interested students should register for EAST 1950G. L. Wang
MCM1504T

Freud Writer and Reader

Interested students should register for COLT 1810N. S. Stewart-Steinberg
MCM1504U (new)

Amor Mundi: Visual Universal Declaration of Human Rights

M 3-5:30 A. Azoulay

MCM1700F
application

Theory for Practice/Practice As Theory

W 10-12:50

A. Cokes

MCM1700Z (new)
application 

What is Happening to Narrative? W 2-5:30 L. Thornton
MCM2110L Pedestrian Theory: Walking Working, Waking T 1:20-3:50 (double listed course with ENGL2901C) B. Honig + J. Khalip
MCM2110N Literary Theory II: Post-Structuralism and the Problem of the Subject Interested students should register for ENGL 2901B. T. Bewes + M. Redfield
MCM2310I

At the Limits: Media Representation of the Holocaust

W 3-5:30 L. Joyrich
MCM2310K Writing Methods in Political Theory II Interested students should register for POLS 2122. B. Honig + A. Gourevitch