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04:00-06:00 Talk by Barbara Nell Ramusack
10:05 - Asian Cinema: Towards a Research and Teaching Agenda
Asian Cinema: Towards a Research and Teaching Agenda
Asian Cinema: Towards a Research and Teaching Agenda - 05:05
05:00-08:00 Course 604, Session 6
11:00-12:30 Screening of "Roma città aperta" (Rome Open City)
05:00-08:00 Course 605, Session 6
04:00-06:00 Talk by Ram Prasad
05:00-08:00 Course 606, Session 5
03:00-06:00 Screening of "Rocco e i suoi fratelli" (Rocco and His Brothers)
11:00-12:30 Screening of "Ladri di biciclette" (The Bicycle Thief)
05:00-08:00 Course 604, Session 7
05:00-08:00 Course 605, Session 7
12:00-12:00 Mahashivaratri
10:00-12:00 Course 606, Session 6
01:15 - Mid- Term Break
Mid- Term Break
Mid- Term Break
Mid- Term Break
Mid- Term Break - 12:15
05:00-08:00 Course 604, Session 8
04:00-06:00 Work-in-Progress by Teena Antony
05:00-08:00 Course 605, Session 8
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courses M.A. In Cultural Studies (2004)
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courses M.A. In Cultural Studies (2005)
About the M.A. Online About Cultural Studies Course Objectives
courses Understanding Cultural Production: Certificate Course at Christ College, Bangalore
As a part of the EIP, CSCS, among many other activities, also conducts a certificate course for undergraduate students of the Journalism and Mass media department at Christ College, Bangalore, every academic semester. This course consists of four modules, each including twelve hours of teaching.
courses 'Defining Culture': Core Skills Introduction to Cultural Studies
Introductory course on Cultural Studies for students of the Srishti School of Art, Design & Technology
courses Indian Ocean: A Research Programme
The University of the Witwatersrand and the Centre for the Study of Culture and Society (CSCS) are proposing a Winter Workshop to be held in Bangalore in December 2006. The object of the workshop is to draw together cultural studies scholars working in African Studies and Indian Studies with a view to theorizing the nature of transnational connections between southern and East Africa, the Indian Ocean islands and India.
courses Ph.D. in Cultural Studies

Courses offered in the
Academic Year 2004-05

CSCS is an institution for higher education in the humanities and social sciences, engaged in developing innovative and inter-disciplinary approaches to researching culture in India.

The CSCS Ph.D. is afflilated to MAHE and Kuvempu University.

On our faculty are scholars known for their analyses of contemporary culture. Distinguished visiting faculty from India and abroad will also be involved in Ph.D. instruction at the Centre.

The Ph.D in Cultural Studies, involves two semesters of coursework (residence requirement: one year), followed by supervised reading and research. The courses will be reading/writing intensive. Students will learn how to interpret complex texts, to understand intellectual debates that have formed the horizon of interdisciplinary cultural studies, formulate and discuss ideas and questions, and to write research papers.

CSCS has undertaken several research projects (on cinema, television, and new media; gender and modernity; urban cultures; caste and democracy) which will have a close relationship with the Ph.D. programme.

courses Undergraduate Diploma Course in Cultural Studies
The Undergraduate Diploma in Cultural Studies. In collaboration with the Christ College, Bangalore, and St. Joseph's College, Bangalore.
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