This tutorial includes assisting with the production and acting in Connor Lancaster's Plan film.
This tutorial will focus around several texts. One of them is New Developments in Film Therapy by Patrick Fuery and the second is an issue of Discourse on the subject of Jacques Derrida and cinema. We meet once a week to discuss the readings. There will also be assigned film viewing and a short final paper.
This tutorial will focus on the basics of black and white 35mm photography (which inlcudes a lesson on developing, reading, and time to practice these skills). This tutorial will also explore experimental film techniques that will aid future plan work.
This tutorial serves to examine and analyze photographers whose narrative work relates directly to Plan. With a heavy emphasis on family and the artist's place within the family, analysis and re-interpretation will take place in the form of written responses and a photographic body of work.
Mentoring and guidance of aspects of stage managing. Support in organizing and prioritizing stage management responsibilities. Help testing stage management role and the relationship to actors and designers.
Most scholars tend to agree that the Cold War era was an era defined by a bipolar global order, structured according to the competing interests of the United States and the Soviet Union. In the post-Cold War era, no such consensus exists. This tutorial will focus on reading and evaluating the current literature on the modern sturcture of the global order, focusing in particular on the role of the United States.
An indepth look at some of the major books of Hellenistiic Poetry. Through close literary analysis, this tutorial will examine questions of Canon formation, ancient literary aesthetics and the "anxiety of influence".
An examination of voyages in each work with an emphasis on narrative, ethical conflicts, self-other identity, and community response upon return. This tutorial will result in a plan paper on "Heart of Darkness" with supporting research, as well as preliminary reading and research on "Gulliver's Travels."
Close readings of textbook Plato and Aristotle.
This tutorial is a study of selected Buddhist poetry as dharma teaching, works of literature, and historical documents from the Pali Canon to the twenty-first century.
This tutorial will focus on Homer, Aeschylus and Plato. In particular, we will read the Iliad, the Odyssey, the Orestia and the Republic and respond to these texts with papers.
An examination of 2016 presidential primary candidates Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump, with a focus on populism and the similarities and differences between their campaigns.
An exploration of the meaning of the term "economic superpower" and its potential for application to China.
This tutorial explores the art of the Ancient world to that of the Medieval and pre-Renaissance period with the aim of describing and analyzing the fundamental forms of Art Historical discourse and its methodologies.
An in-depth writing intensive study regarding the value of art in social discourse.
A combination of studio practice and research that explores uses of myths and symbols in feminist image making.
Part's music can be viewed as being created in two idioms, one dodecaphonic, and the other modal. Both idioms seem to exhibit an interesting correlation in compositional technique which is dependent upon musical elements that Part views as Platonic forms, unchanging, eternal and not susceptible to the vagaries of human intervention. This tutorial aims to explore these elements, their use and construction in all of Part's music.
Composition, critique and revision of poems on a weekly basis. An exploration of poetic voice and persona.
Based on the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK®), this course guides project leaders through the application of the project management process groups: initiating, planning, executing, monitoring & controlling, and closing. Key topics include project selection and scoping, time management, risk identification, quality planning, team building, and project communication. Taught by Karen White at Marlboro College Graduate Center.
A seriies of sculpture projects derived from the student's two dimensional efforts.
In this tutorial we will read "The History of Photography" and talk about new and old innovations in technology of the camera.
This tutorial will explore the concept of translocality and how research participants negotiate a transcultural identity. Another objective is to work on the reflexivity part of my research and to place myself within the (cultural) context of my fieldwork.
Writing, re-working, and finalizing sections of Plan with a focus on Dostoevsky and Gogol, culminating in approximately 100 pages of writing.
Building on my work in the Ways of Telling tutorial, I will be reading graphic novels including those by McCloud, Eisner and Vaughn, as well as secondary materials on the comic form. The semester's work will culminate in the draft of a Plan essay.
This group tutorial will meet weekly to review, update and critique script, production plans and film edits related to Plan work. Students will be expected to prepare material for presentation and discussion with mentors, Brad Heck and Jay Craven and with each other.