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LAT 210: Effective Speaking
Through a series of speeches, students learn to improve their diction, articulation, vocal performance, gestures, poise, and organization of ideas. 3-5 quarter hours Counts in the Oral Communication or Fine Arts Area of General Education Requirements.
Professors: Dennard, Traci; Richardson, Wytress; Roy, Rene; (more)
Terms: Fall 11-12 Winter 11-12 | Credits: 5
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LAT 240: Puppetry
An introductory course which examines the nature of puppetry and introduces students to a wide range of puppet construction techniques. Students design learning activities and shows for all age groups. May be used as a Humanities elective. 5 quarter hours. Counts in the Fine Arts...
Professors: STAFF
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LAT 301: How To See A Movie
HOW TO SEE A MOVIE: LEARNING VISUAL LITERACY This course teaches students to examine the visual data on a movie screen as they would a canvas and describe the various elements that contribute to the visual (and emotional) effect, understanding and using the vocabulary of visual l...
Professors: Klinger, Gabriel
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LAT 302: Business Ethics in Popular Flm
BUSINESS ETHICS IN POPULAR FILM This course examines film dramatizations and documentary studies that relate the conduct of business to standards of ethical behavior. Films studied demonstrate dilemmas in starting and operating a business; fair play in human resources and labor r...
Professors: Klinger, Gabriel; Roy, Rene; STAFF
Terms: Fall 11-12 Winter 11-12 | Credits: 5
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LAT 303: Minority Images in Pop Film
MINORITY IMAGES IN POPULAR FILM This course examines the images and voices of minorities, including people of colour, as represented in American film, from the earliest silent films and home-made "race" films through the Blaxploitation era to the present, reclaiming the history a...
Professors: Klinger, Gabriel; Roy, Rene; STAFF
Terms: Winter 11-12 | Credits: 5
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LAT 304: Freedom of Speech in Film
BANNED AND FORBIDDEN: FREEDOM OF SPEECH IN FILM This course studies various attempts to limit freedom of speech in popular film, on both the national and local levels. Students follow how interest groups organized to protest the depiction of racial stereotypes and the frank portr...
Professors: STAFF
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LAT 326: Women in Theatre
An examination of the role of women in the theatre, placed in a historical and contemporary context. Largely a survey course focusing on plays by, for, and about women. Prerequisites: LAT220 and LAT221. 5 quarter hours. Counts in the Fine Arts or Humanities Area of General Educat...
Professors: Olin, Elinor
Terms: Fall 11-12 Winter 11-12 | Credits: 5
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LAT 335: Digital Multimedia Production
DIGITAL MULTIMEDIA PRODUCTION This course will provide a hands-on introduction to digital short film production, and it will provide opportunities for visual and aural expression through the pre-production, shooting, and post-project editing and analysis. Students will learn how ...
Professors: Klinger, Gabriel
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LAT 440: Professional Communication
This course is designed to present an in-depth examination of the communication process which involves theoretical perspectives, interpersonal communication and communication in the workplace. 3-4 quarter hours.
Professors: DeCanio, Michele; Ederati, Jan; Ergang, Perry; (more)
Terms: Fall 11-12 | Credits: 4
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LAT 495: ST/Integrated Arts
A theatre arts offering of unique and special current interest. Students may register for this course more than once, since topic varies each term. 1-6 quarter hours.
Professors: Roy, Rene
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