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The University of Southampton

‘Sheen/Morgan: The Compressed Frame of Impersonation’ Seminar

30 March 2011
Room 2115, Avenue Campus

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Event details

This is a joint Film and English seminar. Although aimed primarily at MA and PhD students in Film Studies, the series is equally open to anyone interested in film and TV as both art and popular entertainment.

Our regular graduate seminar series is a vital part of our thriving research culture. Through our programme of visiting speakers we introduce you to the most exciting developments in film and media scholarship, while also providing a supportive context for presentation and discussion of your own research interests.

The atmosphere in seminars is informal, with an emphasis on friendly debate and exploration of ideas.

Papers usually run for approx 45 minutes, followed by a question and answer session. Wine and soft drinks will be available.

Speaker information

Dr Belén Vidal, King's College London. Belén Vidal’s main research interests are in the aesthetics of the period film, particularly in the context of European genres and in the work of individual directors such as Martin Scorsese and Jane Campion.

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