Mark Goble: “End Time Forever: On Cinematic Slowness”

January 20, 2012

Friday, January 20 at 4:00, LC 319. The Americanist, Theory and Media Studies & 20/21st Century Colloquiums present: Mark Goble, Associate Professor, UC Berkeley.His present research examines a range of connections between literature and media, focusing on scenes of communication in American texts from the late novels of Henry James to Hollywood cinema of the 1930s. Currently at work on a manuscript entitled Beautiful Circuits: The Mediated Life in America, 1870-1940, he is also interested in the history of recorded sound, modernism and media aesthetics, and popular cultures of technology. He teaches courses on U. S. poetry and visual culture, film and media theory, the New York School, and on such figures as James, Wharton, Stein, and Williams

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