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INTRO TO VISUAL CULTURE Câché, Michael Haneke (2005)
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Last Class/Review Questions on Syllabi? Did everyone fnd it? What is ‘culture’? How will we be thinking about it in this course? Studying visual culture is not only about studying what is shown, but HOW they are shown, what is NOT shown, and what we CANNOT see (censorship, disability, etc.) It is impossible to distinguish between social realities and the media Forms which represent them. Yet, images are not REAL Disciplinary emergence oF CCS
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Study images and their meanings as texts (film, literature, comics, games, cultural phenomena) Study modes of responding to visuality: cinematic spectator, reception studies - shift from meaning of images to practices of looking Study movement of texts between and among different cultural contexts, relevant in light of the escalation of globalization. How do institutional frameworks limit/regulate the circulation of images and meanings? Plurality of theories drawing from critical theory (structuralism, phenomenology, feminism,
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This note was uploaded on 03/28/2011 for the course CCS 101 taught by Professor Martino during the Spring '11 term at SUNY Stony Brook.

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