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"K.T. Pinion" <[log in to unmask]>
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Film and TV Studies Discussion List <[log in to unmask]>
Sun, 4 Dec 2016 17:16:12 -0500
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Hi all-

Our Department Dead just shared this little advertisement for our PhD
programs in Cultural Studies and Comparative Literature. Cultural Studies
PhDs usually teach a range of film studies and literature courses
throughout their time at SBU. Share with interested undergraduates and MA


*k.t. pinion*
PhD student *//* cultural studies
instructor *//* department of cultural studies and comparative literature
stony brook university *//* humanities 2065 *//* stony brook, ny 11794
*e* [log in to unmask] *// p* (912) 656-3002

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From: Robert Harvey <[log in to unmask]>
Date: Fri, Dec 2, 2016 at 11:07 AM
Subject: [cscl_announcements] ATTENTION: advertising CSCL's graduate
To: CSCL Announcements <[log in to unmask]>

Would you all please immediately distribute the following (or attached)
advertisement to your professional entourage and listservs?

Thank you all!

Robert Harvey <>, Distinguished University Professor
Chair, Cultural Studies & Comparative Literature


​*Cultural Studies & Comparative Literature Graduate Studies at Stony Brook

The Department of Cultural Studies & Comparative Literature (CSCL) offers
unique interdisciplinary graduate programs (Ph.D. and M.A.) in Cultural
and Comparative
Students in CSCL are mentored to engage with and analyze a diverse range of
contemporary cultural forms and practices, including film and literature
from transnational, transhistorical, and transmedial perspectives.

The graduate programs and their curriculum reflect the diverse backgrounds
of the CSCL faculty
<>, who
bring unique training and skills across Cultural Studies, Critical Theory,
Comparative and World Literatures, Film Studies, Migration and Mobility
Studies, and Postcolonial Studies. CSCL serves as a hub for the comparative
study of contemporary cultures, literatures, film, and media at Stony Brook
University, helping to prepare teaching researchers for the challenges of
higher education in our immediate future.

Here is a link to our Admissions page
on which you will find instructions, deadlines, and a link to the
ApplyYourself portal. When you access ApplyYourself, just select Program &
Degree = Cultural Analysis & Theory, then Specialization = either Cultural
Studies or Comparative Literature. If you encounter difficulties, please
contact Mary Moran-Luba <[log in to unmask]>, our Graduate

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