The Sustainable Legacy of Agnès Varda celebrates the feminist legacy of the celebrated French director and visual artist Agnès Varda, who died in 2019 after more than six decades of work in film, photography, and installation art.
“Breaking new ground as the first transdisciplinary reader in this field, Video Theories is a resource that will form the basis for further research and teaching. While theories of video have not yet formed an academic discipline comparable to the more canonized
The Department of Communication and Design is pleased to invite Bilkent students, faculty, and friends to a COMD TALK session with filmmaker and Professor Dr. Dan Geva on his newest book “A Philosophical History of Documentary, 1895-1959” (Palgrave Macmillan, 2021).
Special issue “Adaptation and Nostalgia” — volume 13 issue 3 of Adaptation — has been officially published! This issue is edited by Asst. Prof. Dr. Colleen Kennedy-Karpat.
INC Theory on Demand #37 Launch of
From Opinions to Images by Ulus S. BakerThursday, November 19, 202017:30–18:30 CET
Hosted via Zoom and streamed on YouTube
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Congratulations to our COMD faculty member Müge Mengü Hale (@mugeheyl), whose illustrated children’s book “Ay Işığını Arayan Denizkaplumbağaları – Çıtırcık ile Pıtırcık” is out now from Yapı Kredi Publications (YKY).
Assist. Prof. Dr. Colleen Kennedy-Karpat has co-edited a new collection of essays titled Adaptation, Awards Culture, and the Value of Prestige, published by Palgrave Macmillan as part of the Palgrave Studies in Adaptation and Visual Culture series.
The book explores how