HUM 595A/GWSS 590
Special Topics: Women Who Rock Digital Scholarship, Part I
Instructor: Angelica Macklin
Mondays, 3:30-5:20 pm
This project-based course is designed to prepare graduate and advanced undergraduate students to film digital stories and oral histories with people who have made significant contributions toward cultural practice through music scenes, public scholarship, and social justice work. Participants will utilize a feminist studies framework to explore the politics of representation critically and creatively and have the opportunity to participate and document the Women Who Rock Conference, March 2-3, 2012.
Part I in this two-part series of short courses focuses on hands-on audio and visual technical skills building, production techniques, and ethical methods of producing oral histories and short-form digital media genres. Participants will learn compositional methods, technical competencies, and situated, ethical approaches.
Open to graduate and advanced undergraduate students with permission from the instructor. Please contact Angelica Macklin email@example.com prior to enrolling in this course.
Angelica Macklin is a filmmaker, a recent graduate of the Master of Arts in Cultural Studies program at the University of Washington, Bothell, and affiliate faculty in their Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences program. Her research interests focus on the role media production can play in shaping social movements.