Garrett Stewart on the Cinematic Reframe

Please join us at the next Media History seminar for Garrett Stewart’s talk on “Transmediation and the Cinematic Reframe.” The seminar will take place on Thursday March 12 at 18.00 in Senate House, Room G35 (ground floor).

Bio:

Garrett Stewart is the James O. Freedman Professor of Letters at the University of Iowa and, this term, Leverhulme Visiting Professor at Queen Mary University of London. He is the author of twelve scholarly monographs including Dickens and the Trials of Imagination (1974), Death Sentences: Styles of Dying in British Fiction (1984), Reading Voices: Literature and the Phonotext (1990), Dear Reader: The Conscripted Audience in NineteenthCentury British Fiction (1996), Between Film and Screen: Modernism’s Photo Synthesis (1999), The Look of Reading: Book, Painting, Text (2006), Framed Time: Toward a Postfilmic Cinema (2007), Novel Violence: A Narratography of Victorian Fiction (2009), and Bookwork: Medium to Object to Concept to Art (2011). In addition, he has two forthcoming monographs: Cinema and Surveillance and The Deed of Reading: Literature/Writing/Language/Philosophy. Further details about Garrett’s work can be found here: http://www.english.uiowa.edu/people/garrett-stewart

All welcome! Future seminar dates can be found on the IES website: http://events.sas.ac.uk/ies/seminars/389/Media+History+Seminar