FALL 2016 :: CULTURES OF SURVEILLANCE


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For the Fall 2016 semester, Modernities Working Group is honored to present a lecture and discussion by narrative theorist, literary critic, film scholar, and media studies icon Garrett Stewart (U of Iowa):

MWG-Surveillancinema Poster

“Surveillancinema: Critique or Capitulation?” 

(An Illustrated Presentation)

Garrett Stewart

James O. Freedman Professor of Letters, University of Iowa

Monday, October 24, 2016 / 12:30 PM / Lunch served 

Lannan Center (New North 408) / Georgetown University

RSVP to brian.hochman@georgetown.edu or nathan.hensley@georgetown.edu

Professor Stewart is the author of, among other works, Framed Time: Toward a Postfilmic CinemaNovel Violence: A Narratography of Victorian FictionBookwork: Medium to Object to Concept to ArtClosed Circuits: Screening Narrative Surveillance, and, most recently, The Deed of Reading: Literature Writing Language Philosophy.

About Nathan Hensley

Nathan K. Hensley is Associate Professor of English at Georgetown University; he works on nineteenth-century British literature, critical theory, and the novel.
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