Topic: Religion and Film

Semester: 
Spring
Year: 
2013
Subject Name: 

Film Studies

Course Number: 
220
Institution: 
Mount Holyoke College
This course is an investigation of the intersections between film and religion. In it, we will examine how the cultural phenomenon of religion is represented in film and how religion, understood critically and theoretically, can be a useful means to interpret film. We will learn the basic issues inherent in the interpretation of this art form (e.g., How do the visual, aural, and narrative components of film work together to create meaning?), and we will critically investigate the concept of religion as a means to better understanding the significance of cultural practice (e.g., What is religion? What are the myriad ways it is made manifest in culture?).
Linked Course: 
N
Instructor Permission Required: 
N
Crosslisted Section ID: 
83447,83086
Schedule #: 
83086

Course Sections

Topic: Religion and Film
Sect # Credits Instructor(s) Instructor Email Meeting Times Location
02 4.0

James Atchley

hatchley@mtholyoke.edu

TTH 08:35AM-09:50AM;M 07:00PM-09:30PM

Art 221;Art 221