The Freedman Center

Freedman Fellow -- Linda Ehrlich

Ehrlich

Linda Ehrlich, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Japanese, Associate Director of College Scholars, Department of Modern Languages and Literatures; whose proposal focused on a redesigned course entitled “Readings on Dance and Film” and required students to participate in film viewings, the development of pachyderm exhibits, and the creation of lesson plans to be presented to area school students, senior centers, and children’s museums. Linda states that “the course will explore images of movement and kinetic symbolism across a wide spectrum of cultures and performance styles; it will cross the boundaries of Film Studies, Religious Studies, Art History, and Visual Anthropology. The films analyzed…will represent a variety of national cinemas, historical periods, and artistic styles.”

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