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Mosaic Fusion: Diversity in Cinema

Friday Feb 7 | 6:30 pm - 10:00 pm

TCU’s Department of Film, Television and Digital Media (FTDM) is launching its new film series, Mosaic Fusion: Diversity in Cinema, with a screening of Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse on Friday, February 7, 2020, at 7 p.m. in Room 164 Moudy South Building.

This computer-animated film expands the potentialities of the Spider-Verse by allowing more than one individual to wear the superhero mask. The screening is free to all audience members. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Complimentary popcorn and movie-style candy will be provided.

The Mosaic Fusion film series is intended to showcase a wide range of representations, voices, visions and viewpoints in contemporary cinema.

Moudy South

Moudy South
2805 South University Dr.
Fort Worth, TX 76129

About Department of Film, Television and Digital Media

Mosaic Fusion: Diversity in Cinema
From working in film and television, to a future in radio broadcasting, there is a world of opportunity in careers in Film, TV and digital media.

Questions about this event?

Charity Robinson

Email: c.d.robinson@tcu.edu

Phone: 6823001001

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Resisting Carceral Feminism & the Prison Industrial Complex

Monday Nov 4 | 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm

A panel discussion.

Register at https://sis.tcu.edu/event/resisting-carceral-feminism-the-prison-industrial-complex-a-panel-discussion/

Moudy South

Moudy South
2805 South University Dr.
Fort Worth, TX 76129

About Women and Gender Studies

Resisting Carceral Feminism & the Prison Industrial Complex
TCU’s interdisciplinary department of Women & Gender Studies puts women, gender, and sexuality at the center of academic investigation. The department promotes inquiry into the intersections of gender with other identity categories; the workings of power in society; and the means of advancing social justice and equality. Through research, teaching and learning, and collaboration, the program fosters feminist and interdisciplinary analysis across social, historical, cultural and global contexts, products and practices.  

Questions about this event?

Andreley Bjelland

Email: wgst@tcu.edu

Phone: 817-257-8484

Home Grown (002)

TCU Presents: The Live Oak “Home Grown” Reading Series Featuring Curt Rode

Thursday Oct 18 | 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

All are welcome to join the Department of English for the Live Oak “Home Grown” Reading Series. It will be held at the MOUDY S 320 at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, October 18, 2018, and will feature our very own professor Curt Rode.

Moudy South

Moudy South
2805 South University Dr.
Fort Worth, TX 76129

About English Department

TCU Presents: The Live Oak “Home Grown” Reading Series Featuring Curt Rode
Since 1873, the English Department has remained at the heart of academics at TCU. As one of the largest departments on campus, we are proud to work with students at every level in their education, from first-year writing and literature courses to doctoral studies in English or Rhetoric and Composition. Today, the English Department approaches both venerable and popular subjects – from Jane Austin, Harriet Beecher Stowe, and Kenneth Burke or missionary writers, radical journalists, and comic books – with traditional and cutting edge tools. We work in both dusty and digital archives to advance knowledge about the centrality of culture in our lives. Our faculty have garnered significant scholarly recognitions in a broad range of intellectual areas, with special focus on British, American, and postcolonial literatures, rhetoric and composition, and creative writing. The department offers two majors in English and Writing, a minor in these areas, as well as Creative Writing, and the Ph.D. in English or Rhetoric and Composition.

Questions about this event?

Regina Lewis

Email: r.lewis@tcu.edu

Phone: 817-257-7240

Michelle Commander Public Lecture Poster(Final)

A Public Talk with Michelle Commander

Thursday Oct 4 | 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

“Pan-Africanism, Belonging, and Black Futures”
In this talk, Michelle Commander will discuss portions of her book Afro-Atlantic Flight: Speculative Returns and the Black Fantastic (Duke UP, 2017) as well as examples from contemporary cultural production to explore questions about the continuous return in African diasporic discourse to the topic of Pan-Africanism. What are the keys in establishing a truly liberated, united Black future? What are the downsides to applying such a broad speculative formulation to African descended peoples across the globe? Is a world like Wakanda in Marvel’s Black Panther (2018) possible or even desirable?

Moudy South

Moudy South
2805 South University Dr.
Fort Worth, TX 76129

About English Department

A Public Talk with Michelle Commander
Since 1873, the English Department has remained at the heart of academics at TCU. As one of the largest departments on campus, we are proud to work with students at every level in their education, from first-year writing and literature courses to doctoral studies in English or Rhetoric and Composition. Today, the English Department approaches both venerable and popular subjects – from Jane Austin, Harriet Beecher Stowe, and Kenneth Burke or missionary writers, radical journalists, and comic books – with traditional and cutting edge tools. We work in both dusty and digital archives to advance knowledge about the centrality of culture in our lives. Our faculty have garnered significant scholarly recognitions in a broad range of intellectual areas, with special focus on British, American, and postcolonial literatures, rhetoric and composition, and creative writing. The department offers two majors in English and Writing, a minor in these areas, as well as Creative Writing, and the Ph.D. in English or Rhetoric and Composition.

Questions about this event?

Regina Lewis

Email: r.lewis@tcu.ecu

Phone: 8172577240