Cross-posting from e2mc:

I’ve begun teaching a course on film and ecology and using my book Ecologies of the Moving Image as the main text.

Since the topic is related to the theme of this blog, and since I’ll be creating reading guides and posting links to film clips and related materials for my students, I thought I might as well share those publicly here.

The first materials from the course will go up later this week on this blog. They’ll continue on a more-or-less weekly basis, at least until further notice.

The book can be ordered online from the publisher for $36.75 Canadian, or from Amazon for $42 U.S. Alternatively, you can request that your local or institutional library order a copy from the publisher.

The tentative course syllabus is here, but the scheduling will be a little off (later online than in the classroom version) and screenings may change from what’s listed there. I will try to add links to relevant films or clips if these are available online. (Any help will be graciously accepted; use the “Comments” field for any given week.) Otherwise, you can view things on Netflix, Amazon, or whatever other place you may get your videos/DVDs. (Public libraries are especially recommended!)

Go to e²mc (evolving ecological media cultures) to follow the course.

 

 

 

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