Doctor of Philosophy in Cinema Studies

Program Description

Launched in September 2013, the Doctor of Philosophy program in Cinema Studies addresses the changing role of moving image media within global culture. Past and present configurations of cinema are studied through a constellation of theoretical, textual, social, and historical rubrics. The core curricular offerings engage with debates and questions that persist within the scholarship while also examining how the field contends with emerging disciplinary issues and intermedial formats today and at earlier historical junctures. Throughout the program of study, the synthesis of history and theory, textual analysis, and cultural study is emphasized.

 

The following program requirements are taken from the SGS Course Calendar. In cases of discrepancy, the online Calendar version at the SGS website shall apply.

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Program Requirements:

 

Program Length: 4 years (full-time)


Time Limit: 6 years (full-time)

 

Minimum Admission Requirements (Ph.D.)

 

 

General Admissions Information

 

Courses

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