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Racial and Social Justice Resources

Racial and Social Justice Resources

An up-to-date, evolving source for anti-racism learning and support reflecting a variety of disciplinary and interdisciplinary perspectives and opportunities available to the George Mason University community.

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Trading Spaces

Trading Spaces

Spring 2020 sent Mason students and professors into the world of online teaching, many for the first time, with steep learning curves on an accelerated schedule. Four English Department professors explained how they succeeded—against the odds.

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Soviet and Russian Film: Innovation and Ideology

Soviet and Russian Film: Innovation and Ideology

This Fall 2020, Russian Program is offering a Soviet and Russian film course. This course investigates the development of Russian, Soviet and post-Soviet cinema, from their origins to the present. Beginning with the experimental masterpieces of Eisenstein, Vertov and Dovzhenko, film shaped and responded to Soviet ideology, while Russian cinema continues to direct contemporary Russian culture, even as it reveals social contradictions. World renowned filmmakers including Eisenstein and Vertov, Tarkovsky, Zvyagintsev and Todorovsky engage in active dialogue with each other and world cinema to create a uniquely rich cinematic tradition. This course will consider major film movements, directors, trends, and genres of this tradition, with attention to their innovative techniques and ideological contexts.

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