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  1. Eurocentrism.
    Topic: Narratives of Eurozentrism (des voyages; hunting; missionary etc.)
    Film: Gioanikian: From the Pole to the Equator.
    Text: Dan Sipe, From the Pole to the Equator: A Vision of a Wordless Past. In: Robert A. Rosenstone (ed.) Revisioning History. Film and the Construction of a New Past. Princeton Univ.Press 1995, pp. 174-187.
    Ellah Shohat, Robert Stam, The Imperial Imaginary. In: Shohat E. Unthinking Eurocentrism. Multiculturalism and the Media. London / New York, 1994, pp. 100-136.
    Robert Stam, Eurocentrism, Polycentrism, and multicultural Pedagogy: Film and the Quincentennial. In: John Hartly, Roberta E. Pearson (eds.) American Cultural Studies. A Reader. London, 1999, pp. 373-382.

  2. Eurocriticism.
    Topic: Memory: Past & Present.
    Film: Ch. Marker, Sans Soleil (France, 1982).
    Text: Edward Branigan, Sans Soleil. In: Branigan E. Narrative Comprehension...

  3. National cinema.
    Topic: The Concept of "national cinema": a case study (Germany 1930s / 1970s).
    Film: Luis Trenker, The Prodigous Son (Germany, 1932). W. Herzog / R.W. Fassbinder / W. Wenders.
    Text: Stephen Crofts, Concepts of national cinema. In: John Hill & Pamela Ch. Gibson (eds.) The Oxford Guide to Film Studies. Oxford, 1988, S. 385-394
    Eric Rentschler, The Prodigious Son.
    Thomas Elsaesser, New German Cinema. A History. Rutgers Univ. Press, 1989, ch. 1, 7 & 9 passim.

  4. European cinema (1): Space & Time.
    Topic: End of Utopia.
    Film: Theo Angelopoulos, To Vlemma tou Odyssea (Germany/France/Italy, 1995).
    Text: Andrew Horton (ed.) The Last Modernist: The Films of Theo Angelopoulos. London, 1997.

  5. European cinema (2): Concepts.
    Topic: Erasing borders and the necessity of translation.
    Film: Francois Truffaut, Jules et Jim (France, 1962).
    Text: Dudley Andrew, Jules, Jim, and Walter Benjamin. In: Dudley A., The Image in Dispute. Art and Cinema in the Age of Photography. Austin, Univ. of Texas Press, 1997, pp. 33-54.

  6. European Cinema (3): Aesthetics.
    Topic: Cinema as Art // Cinema & Art.
    Film: J.L. Godard, Le Mepris (France, 1963) or Passion (France, 1982).
    Text: Jacques Aumont, The fall of the gods: Jean-Luc Godardis Le Mepris (1963). In: Susan Hayward / Ginette Vincendeau (eds.) French Film. Texts and Contexts. London / New York, 1990, S. 217-229.
    Alain Bergala, The other Side of the Bouquet. In: Raymond Bellour (ed.) Jean-Luc Godard. Son + Image 1974-1991. New York, Museum of Modern Art, pp. 57-73.
    Ginette Vincendeau, Issues in European Cinema. In: John Hill & Pamela Ch. Gibson (eds.) The Oxford Guide to Film Studies. Oxford, 1988, pp.440-448.

  7. European Cinema (4): Otherness.
    Topic: The problem of Difference.
    Film: Emil Kusturica, Time of the Gypsies (Yugoslavia, 1989).
    Text: Homi Bhabha, I. Ang, Troubles with Hegemony.

  8. European Cinema (5): Gender.
    Topic: Male dominance.
    Film: Pedro Almodovar, Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown (Spain, 1988).

  9. Cultural Identity & Media.
    Text: David Morley & Kevin Robins, Spaces of Identrity: Communication Technologies and the Reconfiguration of Europe. In: Screen, vol XXX, nr. 4 (autumn 1989), pp. 10-34.
    Peter Wollen, Modern times...
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