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Roundtable Discussion

When "Great" Works aren't "Good"

A Roundtable on Teaching Problematic Works of Art, Literature & Film

sponsored by the 2019 World Languages and Literatures International Film Festival

Tuesday, February 19, 2019

5:30-6:15

Screening Room - Greer Garson 3531

Owen Arts Center

Related LibGuide: Film & Media Arts by Jolene de Verges

Date:
Tuesday, February 19, 2019
Time:
5:30pm - 6:15pm
Campus:
Hamon Arts Library

A roundtable discussion on the ethics of collection, preserving, and teaching works of art, literature, and cinema that are polictically or culturally problematic.

Speakers

Anthony Elia, Director and J.S. Bridwell Foundation Endowed Librarian

Alida Liberman, Assistant Professor of Philosophy

Jeremy Spracklen, Moving Image Curator, Hamon Arts Library

 

The discussion will be moderated by

Dayna Oscherwitz, Associate Professor of French and Chair of World Languages and Literatures