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17.03 Master Degree Programme History of Theatre, Film and Media (581)

170301 VO Lecture on the History of Theatre - 1600. Behind the Scenes of Opera
170310 VO Lecture on the History of Film - Inclusion/Exclusion. The Change of Characters in Italian Cinema
170320 VO Lecture on the History of Media - Media History of Immersion
170330 KO Discussion Course on the Lecture History of Media - Media History of Immersion
170340 KO Discussion Course on the Lecture History of Film - Inclusion/Exclusion. The Change of Characters in Italian Cinema
170601 SE MA 1.1. "Forms of Staging and Aesthetic Perception" - Festwochen Festival Campus
170602 SE MA 1.1. "Forms of Staging and Aesthetic Perception" - Kino Sports: Towards an Amateur Film Archaeology
170622 SE MA 1.3. "Discources and Methods" - Exodus and Revival of Psychoanalysis
170610 SE MA 1.2. "Processes of Theatricality and Mediality" - The Theatre Brechts. Position. Montage. Decontraction
170621 SE MA 1.3. "Discources and Methods" - Stages of Artistic Research: Research in the Arts and Sciences
170500 UE Optimized Cyborgs? - On the Role of Media and Technology in Current Practices of Human Self-Construction
170501 UE Musical Moments - Theory and History of musical numbers in fictional film and television
170503 UE Telling history, thinking film - late work of Jean-Luc Godard
170506 UE Media Education - Interdisciplinary approaches
170711 UE Measuring Reality - Truth, Knowledge, and Evidence in Digital Space
170511 UE Media Upheavals, Media Change - Histories of New Media
170513 UE On the hight of technology - Benjamin, What is Epic Theatre? Two Versions
170514 UE Photography - History, Theory, Media
170523 UE SOUND Projects
170524 UE Short Forms - Bilder und Abbilder
170526 UE Mentoring
170527 UE Photography 2.0
070055 SE Seminar (PM4) - From Pre-Code Hollywood to Film Noir: Visual Pleasures and Sexual Subversions

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