John B. Moore Documentary Studies Collaborative
John B. Moore Documentary Studies Collaborative
 



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 Upcoming Events  |  Workshops/Info Sessions | DocLab Workshops


UPCOMING EVENTS

MDOCS hosts a variety of public events throughout each academic semester. These events are all free and open to the Skidmore community as well as community members from the surrounding Saratoga region. No RSVP is needed unless otherwise noted.


This webpage is still in progress; see below for a sneak peek of documentary makers and scholars on campus in Spring 2018. 
Click here for additional information on individual events and series.

SERIES 
 
Palestinian Voices (Feb. 6, March 28, April 2, April 26) 
Cosponsored by Middle Eastern Faculty and the Tang Teaching Museum

Testing the Limits of Doc Practice (Feb. 8, Feb. 22, March 1, April 12) 
Cosponsored by English, Idea Lab, and Media & Film Studies 

EVENTS

February

Feb. 5:  Voice as Documentary Audibility: Accent, Disability, and the Problem of "Giving Voice," Pooja Rangan, Amherst College (6 p.m., Emerson Auditorium, Palamountain Hall)
Feb. 6: Palestinian Voices: Early photography and Palestine with Issam Nassar (6 p.m., Somers Room, Tang)
Feb. 8: Testing the Limits of Doc: Chi-Hui Yang, curator and film scholar (6 p.m., Somers Room, Tang)
Feb. 13: Ethics Bowl, (6 p.m., Emerson Aud, Palamountain Hall)
Feb. 22: Testing the Limits of Doc: Deborah Stratman Films (6 p.m., Somers Room, Tang)

March

March 1: Amy Starecheski, oral history/doc at Columbia Univeristy (3:40–5:30 p.m., TBD)

March 2: Amy Starecheski, oral history workshop (9am-12pm, Lib #417)

March 5: WMHT presents: Dolores, 6:30 p.m., Gannett Auditorium, Palamountain Hall
March 8
: Testing the Limits: Once More, with Feeling: Reenactment in Documentary Film
March 21: Free To Rock screening with producers/director (7 p.m., Davis Auditorium, Palamountain Hall)
March 27: Jason Houston, documentary photography/environment (5:30 p.m., Davis Auditorium, Palamountain Hall)
March 28: Palestinian Voices: Student films from Palestine (6 p.m., Somers Room, Tang)

April

April 2: Palestinian Voices: Lyd in Exile: Artist talk and work-in-progress screening, Sarah Friedland and Rami Younis (6 p.m., Somers Room, Tang) 
April 9: Lauren Klein, Data Feminism (6:30 p.m., Davis Auditorium, Palamountain Hall)
April 12: Testing the Limits of Doc: filmmakers panel (6 p.m., Somers Room, Tang)
April 26: Palestinian Voices: Memory (Re)construction and Experimental Filmmaking: Google Streetview and the Palestinian Nakba (6 p.m., Somers Room, Tang)

MASTER CLASSES

Feb. 16: Eric Jenks, Documenting off-campus study—photography (2–4 p.m., Palamountain 426)
March 2: Amy Starecheski, oral history masterclass (10 a.m.–noon TBD)
April 13
: Eric Jenks, documenting off-campus study—photo editing (2–4 p.m., Palamountain 426)

OTHER PROGRAMS/COSPONSORED EVENTS

Jan. 29: Geosciences Event: Global Climate, Global Health, and Global Culture in the Anthropocene: A screening of the documentary The Life & Death of Glaciers followed by a panel discussion
Jan. 31
:
Honors Forum Screening: Nemtsov with director and journalist Vladimir Kara-Murza (7:30 p.m., Davis Auditorium, Palamountain Hall)
March 29: Art History Lecture: Image Power: The Life of a Photograph with Holly Edwards (History of Islamic Art, Williams College)
April 19: Tang Museum screening/talk: Mingus 1968 and On the Road with Duke Ellington, with Bard College Professor Ephraim Asili (6 p.m., Tang)


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