With the example practice-as-network often abridged as role-playing games, this course introduces students to a (trans-) cultural studies approach of practices, actors and processes.Continue reading “Actors, Processes, and Networks: Studying (Sub-) Cultural Practices”
This course is designed for the study foci “Knowledge, Belief and Religion” (KBR) and “Visual, Media and Material Cultures” (VMC) and consists of the following three parts:
In this graduate seminar, we will learn about various women documentaries and writings from the 1990s to present.Continue reading “Cinema and Media Studies Seminar: Women and Documentary in East Asia and Documentary Writing”
Digital games are widely recognized as a global culture. However, the term global remains vague in most discussions, to say the least.Continue reading “Digital games in a transcultural perspective”
Italian neorealism (1945-1952) was a crucial movement in film history, marking an aware move away from mainstream Hollywood filmmaking and focusing on realistic characters and stories.
Foundational lecture series that introduces students to diverse disciplinary approaches enabling them to frame their own studies of transcultural phenomena and perspectives.Continue reading “Introduction to Transcultural Studies”
This course examines Israeli cinema and Israeli-Palestinian through philosophical and aesthetical lenses, exploring the intersection of film and philosophical concepts.Continue reading “Israeli and Israeli-Palestinian Cinema: Frames of Identity and Alterity”
In this intensive course, I will explain how and why I take my particular approach to documentary filmmaking, covering all phases of filmmaking from filming to editing to marketing.Continue reading “Learning the Power of Observation: How and Why I Make “Observational” Documentaries”