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Conference—“Feminism, Theory, Film: Critical Intersections in the Practice and Theorization of Experimental Filmmaking since the 1970s”

From February 28, 2019 to March 1, 2019

EMU-Crater Lake South (room 145)

An international conference organized by the German Studies Committee will focus on the intersections and critical conversations between feminist film theory and experimental filmmaking in the German-speaking world. Link to story.

Sponsor: German and Scandinavian.
Information: sboos@uoregon.edu
https://blogs.uoregon.edu/gerscan/conferences/film-conference-2019/

Conference Program and Schedule

Day 1  Thursday, February 28, 2018

9:15: Welcome and Opening Remarks
Sonja Boos  Associate Professor of German, University of Oregon

9:30 – 12:15: Panel 1: Video Production as Feminist Action (1970s/80s)
Giovanna Zapperi  Professor for the History of Contemporary Art, Université de Tours
Julia Lesage  Professor Emerita of English, University of Oregon
Sangita Gopal  Associate Professor of English, University of Oregon

2:00 – 4:45: Panel 2: (Sub)Urban Housing / Domestic Spheres
Rembert Hüser  Professor of Media Studies, Goethe University, Frankfurt
Benjamin Mier-Cruz  Instructor of Swedish and Scandinavian, University of Oregon
Dorothee Ostmeier  Professor of German, Folklore and Public Culture, Participating Faculty of Comparative Literature and Women and Gender Studies, University of Oregon

6:00 – 8:00:Film Screening and Discussion with the Artists
Center for Art Research, University of Oregon, 510 Oak St, Eugene, OR 97401
Works by Miriam Gossing & Lina Sieckmann, and Euan McDonald.

Day 2  Friday, March 1, 2018

9:30 – 12:15: Panel 3: “Transnationalism, Digital Feminism, and Postfemininity”
Carrie SmithProfessor and Chair of German Studies, Modern Languages & Cultural Studies, University of Alberta, Edmonton
Jenny Lin  Assistant Professor of Contemporary Art with Asian Focus and Director of Graduate Studies in the Department of History of Art & Architecture, University of Oregon
Angelica Fenner Associate Professor of Cinema Studies and Associate Chair of Graduate
Studies in the Department of Germanic Languages & Literatures, University of Toronto

2:00 – 4:45: Panel 4: Materiality, Memory, Perception
Brigid Doherty Associate Professor of German and Art & Archaeology, Princeton University
Cecilia Enjuto Rangel  Associate Professor of Spanish and Director of Graduate Studies, University of Oregon
Kate Mondloch  Professor and Department Head, History of Art and Architecture, University of Oregon

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