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Dersin Haftalık Planı

Hafta Konu
1 Week 1: Sept 20
What is Cinema?: How to Read a Film

Deleuze, Gilles (2010) “Philosophy of Film as The Creation of Concepts” in The Philosophy of Film: Introductory Texts and Readings, (eds.) Warternberg, T., Curran, An., Blackwell: London, pp. 33-37.
2 Week 2: Sept 27
The Invention of Cinema: Camera Obscura

Zielinsky, Siegfried (1999) “Vanishing Point - Cinema, The Founding Years of Audiovision” in Audiovisions: Cinema and Television as Entr’Actes in History, (Trans.) Gloria Custans, Amsterdam University Press: Amsterdam, pp. 25-45.
3 Week 3: Oct. 4
Media Archaeology of Cinema Technology

Zielinsky, Siegfried (1999) “Vanishing Point - Cinema, The Founding Years of Audiovision” in Audiovisions: Cinema and Television as Entr’Actes in History, (Trans.) Gloria Custans, Amsterdam University Press: Amsterdam, pp. 46-103.
4 Week 4: Oct. 11
Modernity and Cinema: Modern Times § Metropolis

Hall, Stuart; Gieben, Bram (1992) “The Enlightenment and The Birth of Social Science” in Formations of Modernity, The Open University: London, pp. 18-69.

Warterberg, Thomas E. (2007) “Illustrating a Philosophical Theory: Modern Times” in Thinking on Screen: Film as Philosophy, Routledge: London, pp. 32-54.

Conklin, Philip (2014) “A Marxish Reading of Charlie Chaplin’s Modern Times”, Periphery, (retrieved in May 2014), http://www.theperipherymag.com/modern-times/
5 Week 5: October 18
Postcolonial Modernity and Cinema: Afronauts
Taylor-Stone, Charles, (2014) “Afrofuturism: Where Space, Pyramids and Politics Collide”, The Guardian, 7 January 2014,
6 Week 6: Oct 25
Science and Film Making
*** Homework Submission ***

Gouyon, Jean-Baptiste (2016) “Science and Film-Making” in Public Understanding of Science, Vol. 25(I), pp. 17-30.

Kirby, David (2013) “Cinematic Science: Scientific Representation, Film Realism, and Virtual Witnessing Technologies” in Lab Coats in Hollywood: Science, Scientists, and Cinema, The MIT Press: Cambridge, Massachusettes, pp. 21-41.

Kirby, David (2013) “Cinematic Fact Checking: Negotiating Scientific Facts within Film Making Culture” in Lab Coats in Hollywood: Science, Scientists, and Cinema, The MIT Press: Cambridge, Massachusettes, p. 95-119

Kirby, David (2013) “Best Guesses: Scientific Uncertainty, Flexibility, and Scientists in The Aisles” in Lab Coats in Hollywood: Science, Scientists, and Cinema, The MIT Press: Cambridge, Massachusettes, p. 119-145.
7 Week 7: Nov 1
Scientists on Screen

Kirby, David (2013) “Scientists on Screen: Being a Scientist, Looking Like a Lab” in Lab Coats in Hollywood: Science, Scientists, and Cinema, The MIT Press: Cambridge, Massachusettes, p. 65-95.

“Hollywood Scientists: Reel and Imaginary” in Hollyweird Science: From Quantum Quirks to The Multiverse, Springer: California, pp. 47-87
8 Week 8: Nov. 8
Technology and Virtual Realities: Matrix § Inception

Warterberg, Thomas E. (2007) “A Skeptical Thought Experiment: The Matrix” in Thinking on Screen: Film as Philosophy, Routledge: London, pp. 55-75.
** Student Presentation 1
9 Week 9: Nov. 15
Technology, Utopia and Dystopia: Metropolis &1984 § Her

Jörn Tietgen, “Political Utopias in Film”, Spaces of Utopia: An Electronic Journal, nr. 3,
Autumn/Winter 2006, pp. 114-131
** Student Presentation 2
10 Week 10: Nov. 22
Technology and Bioethics: Gattaca § Jurassic Park

Kirby, David (2000) “The New Eugenics in Cinema: Genetic Determinism and Gene Therapy in GATTACA”, Science Fiction Studies, #81 = Volume 27, Part 2 = July 2000,
** Student Presentation 3
11 Week 11: Nov. 29
Artificial Intelligence and Cinema: Frankenstein § I, Robot

Litch, Mary M. (2010) “Artificial Intelligence: I, Robot (2004)” in Philosophy Through Film, Routledge: London
** Student Presentation 4
12 WEEK 12: Dec 6
Cinematic Narratives, Scientific and Technological Development
Kirby, David (2013) “Preventing Future Disasters” in Lab Coats in Hollywood: Science, Scientists, and Cinema, The MIT Press: Cambridge, Massachusettes, p. 163-192.

“The future is Now: Diegetic Prototypes and The Role of Cinematic Narratives in Generating Real-World Technological Development” in Lab Coats in Hollywood: Science, Scientists, and Cinema, The MIT Press: Cambridge, Massachusettes, p. 193-218.
13 WEEK 13: Dec 13
Future Cinema
Manovich, Lev (1995) “What is Digital Cinema” https://wp.nyu.edu/novak-mm13/wp-content/uploads/sites/41/2013/09/Lev-Manovich-_-Essays-_-What-is-Digital-Cinema_.pdf
14 WEEK 14: Dec 27
Final Exam Submission
 
 
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