Columbia University - Lenfest Center for the Arts

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New Plays Festival 2022 | camp champ

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Women and the Silent Screen XI: Women, Cinema, and World Migration

From: 2022-06-01 6:0 PM
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Wallach Sketch Session

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Visual Arts Class of 2022 MFA Thesis Exhibition

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Directing Thesis: Cleopatra

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Visual Arts Class of 2023 First Year MFA Exhibition

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Directing Thesis: She Walks The Air IX

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Free Virtual Streaming of "Odds Against Tomorrow"

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Directing Thesis: Indian Summer

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Women And The Silent Screen XI: Women, Cinema, And World Migration • Morningside Area Alliance

Women and the Silent Screen XI: Women, Cinema, and World Migration

June 1–5, 2022: IN PERSON for registered participants + limited seating

Conference & archival screenings:
The Museum of Modern Art
Lenfest Center for the Arts

 

WSS XI opens with an archivists panel and screening at The Museum of Modern Art on the evening of June 1, and then continues June 2–5 at Columbia University School of the Arts’ Lenfest Center for the Arts and Dodge Hall. Conference panels, workshops, short presentations, and plenary sessions will take up questions of migration and mobility in the context of the development of motion pictures as this relates to histories of women worldwide.

 

Archival screenings: 

  • Segodnya / Today (Cannons or Tractors?) (1930, directed by Esfir Shub)

  • The Waning Sex (1926, starring Norma Shearer)

  • Love and Duty (1931, starring Ruan Lingyu)

  • the newly restored Just Around the Corner (1921, directed by Frances Marion)

  • a day devoted to serial queens

Sunday, June 5
Ferry crossing Hudson River at 125th Street—thanks to NY Waterway—to see the Palisades cliffs, the origin of the word “cliffhanger,” setting for The House of Hate (1918), starring Pearl White.

Information & full schedule: https://wssxi.library.columbia.edu/

View Virtual Conference Schedule

In-person conference co-sponsors:

Columbia University

MA in Film and Media Studies Program
Digital Scholarship
Maison Française
The Harriman Institute for Russian, Euroasian & East European Studies
The Center for Korean Research
Department of History
Center for American Studies
African American & African Diaspora Studies
Institute for Research in African-American Studies
Institute for Social and Economic Research and Policy
Institute for the Study of Sexuality and Gender
Center for Comparative Media
Institute for Comparative Literature and Society
Donald Keene Center for Japanese Culture
Dean of the School of the Arts
Dean of the Faculty of Arts & Sciences
Dean of Humanities

Women and Film History International
Women’s Film Preservation Fund of New York Women in Film & Television
Thanhouser Company Film Preservation, Inc.
Iona College (New Rochelle, NY)
New York Waterway
Peking University School of the Arts

Date

Jun 01 2022
Expired!

Time

6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Formats (virtual, in person, hybrid)

Hybrid

Venue

Lenfest Center for the Arts
615 W. 129 Street

Venue 2

Columbia University - Dodge Hall
2960 Broadway, New York, NY 10027

Venue 3

Online
online

Organizer

Columbia University - Lenfest Center for the Arts
Website
https://lenfest.arts.columbia.edu/