This unit explores the aesthetic, political, and economic formation of the Hollywood studio system and its aftermath. From the 1920s to today, the unit explores the complex history of American cinema, charting the rise of its global power.
Taught in Semester 2, 2019
1 x 2 hour class per week
30% critical analysis/evaluation (1500 words)
50% research essay (2500 words)
20% seminar participation
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