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Media and Film Studies

The media and film studies courses explore questions that deal with the political and ethical relationship between art, media and society, with attention paid to the current evolution of media and the influence of technology on what has been previously defined only as artistic endeavor.

Depending on the course, a range of artistic, political and cultural phenomena will be discussed, such as film, literature, new media, digital humanities, advertising, popular music, consumerism, global media, television, virtual reality and the Internet.

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Marylhurst Faculty Teach Free College Course

Drs. John Urang and Chuck Caruso are teaching in the 2014-15 Humanity in Perspective program, a free six-month college course offered through Oregon Humanities.

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February 02, 2015

Why Did so Many Succumb to the Siren Song of Nazism?

Professor Brian Els, Department of History at University of Portland will speak about how Anthony Doerr’s novel, All the Light We Cannot See, tou...

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February 14, 2015

Art Throb

A gala celebration for lovers and lovers of art. An annual event, this elegant evening celebrates the 15th year of Lake Oswego’s nationally recog...

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February 15, 2015

The Art Gym Preview Reception: Ben Buswell

"Ben Buswell creates work in a multi-disciplinary mode. Interested in the physical nature of the photograph and the inviting surface of ceramic (am...

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