Departmental News


Film Series: American Cinema, American Comedy, American Democracy (All Screenings at the Varsity Theater, 7pm) Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (Frank Capra, 1939) Introduction by Inga Pollman Professor of German and Slavic Languages and Literatures ​UNC Chapel Hill Thursday, February 20th
Film Series: American Cinema, American Comedy, American Democracy (All Screenings at the Varsity Theater, 7pm) The Ruggles of Red Gap (Leo McCarey) Introduction by Gregory Flaxman Professor of English & Comparative Literature ​UNC Chapel Hill Thursday, February 13th
Film Series: American Cinema, American Comedy, American Democracy (All Screenings at the Varsity Theater, 7pm) Duck Soup (Leo McCarey, 1933) Introduction by Henry Veggian Professor of English & Comparative Literature ​UNC Chapel Hill Thursday, February 6th
Film Series: American Cinema, American Comedy, American Democracy (All Screenings at the Varsity Theater, 7pm) Sullivan's Travels (Preston Sturges, 1941) Introduction by John McGowan Professor of English & Comparative Literature ​UNC Chapel Hill Tuesday, January 28th  
Film Series: American Cinema, American Comedy, American Democracy (All Screenings at the Varsity Theater, 7pm) All the President's Men (Alan Pakula, 1976) Introduction by Rick Warner Professor of English & Comparative Literature ​UNC Chapel Hill Tuesday, January 21st
Gerd Gemünden Professor of German Studies Dartmouth College Resisting Performance, Performing Resistance: Ernst Lubitsch and Hollywood's Jewish Question Thursday, April 17 ~ 5:00pm ~ Toy Lounge, Dey Hall
Robnik Drehli Ludwig Boltzmann Institut fur Geschichte und Gesellschaft Towards a Political Theory of/with Contemporary Euro Horror Film Friday, April 11th ~ 3:00pm ~ Toy Lounge, Dey Hall
Gertrude Koch Professor of Film Studies Free University of Berlin Humans Becoming Animals: On Sensorimotor Affection (Supported by the Nelson Schwab Say Yes Fund)   Thursday, April 3rd ~ 5:30pm ~ Toy Lounge, Dey Hall
Anne-Gaëlle Saliot Professor of Romance Studies Duke University   Godard and the 19th Century Thursday, February 27th ~ 5:30pm ~ Toy Lounge, Dey Hall

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