Concordia is proud to be hosting the third edition of the Global Women’s Network* Conference from September 2-4 in room VA 114. Featuring noteworthy international and local scholarship on feminist and queer studies, “Women, Film Culture, and Globalization” will address questions of geocultural mapping, gender theory and representation, transnational marketing, and festival promotion. Filmmaker Ulrike Ottinger will be welcomed as a special guest artist, and will be screening o
Job Posting: Media Lab Technician
The FEMINIST MEDIA STUDIO / is looking for a part-time Media Lab Technician. The Technician would be available to work two days a week for an initial 2-month period, after which s/he will maintain a one-day a week schedule with the Studio. The Technician would ideally also be available—on a case-by-case basis—for assistance in larger media projects or events organized by the Studio, such tasks being remunerated separately. The Studio: The FE
Teresa de Lauretis presents: Val Lewton’s Cat People: Otherness in the Everyday Friday, September 19, 2014 Public Lecture: 5:00 – 6:30 pm Screening of Cat People (1942): 3:00 – 4:15 pm EV Building, Room 1.605
1515 St. Catherine W.
Montreal (Qc) In what is sure to be a can’t miss event, Teresa de Lauretis (UC Santa Cruz) will be in Montreal to give a special lecture on Val Lewton’s Cat People (1942), a landmark film within the horror genre. Details Belo