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Christopher LaLonde

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Contact
304E Marano Campus Center
315.312.2602
christopher.lalonde@oswego.edu

Office hours

Fall 2016
Tuesday & Thursday
4:00 - 5:00
or by appointment

Classes taught

Fall 2016 Courses

ENG 390/800R6:00-9:00107 Lanigan Hall

ENG 390/800-We will spend the semester exploring and thinking about indigenous cinema.  Screening and discussing films by Native filmmakers from the Americas and reading essays that focus on the films, video, and mixed-media work of indigenous artists will enable us to identify basic characteristics of indigenous cinema and to see self-representations that counter representations of indians captured with the earliest days of cinema in the U.S. and perpetuated up to the present.