The Videographic Essay: Practice and PedagogyMain MenuThe Videographic EssayTable of ContentsIntroduction, Acknowledgements, and Further ReadingScholarship in Sound & Image: A Pedagogical EssayPedagogical essay authored by Christian Keathley and Jason MittellDissolves of PassionIn Dialogue: Eric Faden and Kevin B. LeeBecoming Videographic Critics: A Roundtable ConversationA conversation among practitioners curated by Jason MittellStar Studies in TransitionBut Is Any Of This Legal?Videographic ExercisesGallery of All ExercisesCreditsChristian Keathley0199b522721abf067a743773a226b6064fe22f8cJason Mittell06e96b1b57c0e09d70492af49d984ee2f68945deCatherine Grantc9eab209ad26b2e418453515f6418aa2cbe20309
12019-06-13T12:44:28-07:00Jason Mittell06e96b1b57c0e09d70492af49d984ee2f68945de75431structured_gallery2019-06-13T12:44:28-07:00Jason Mittell06e96b1b57c0e09d70492af49d984ee2f68945deEvelyn Kreutzer is a PhD Candidate in Screen Cultures at Northwestern University. Her dissertation focuses on class and taste politics in uses of European classical music in American TV and video art of the Cold War era. Her further interests include sound studies, museum studies and the history of city films. The latter inspired her video essay "Berlin Moves," which she started in Middlebury and subsequently published in [in]transition. She is currently working on a video essay on fetishized gestures of classical music performance on screen.