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Wednesday, September 15, 2010

MA English - Western Aesthetics CIA III - Audio-Visual Presentation

Following are the links to the presentations uploaded by students of the 1st year MA English with Communication Studies programme as part of their Continuous Internal Assessment of the Western Aesthetics Course. This is perhaps the first class in India to broadcast their presentations online via YouTube, exploring the possibility of a digital classroom.

1) Rohit S Nair's presentation on Terry Eagleton's "Capitalism Modernism and Postmodernism".

2) Sebin Justine's presentation on Dick Hebdige's "Postmodernism and the 'Politics' of Style".

3) Ankita Das' presentation on Hal Foster's "The Primitive Unconscious of Modern Art".

4) Arya Augustine's presentation on Peter Burger's "On the Problem of Art in the Bourgeois Society".

5) Basreena Basheer's presentation on Raymond William's "When was Modernism?"

6) Mariya Izzy's presentation on Pierre Bourdieu and Alain Darbel's "The Love of Art".

7) Pannaga S.G.'s presentation on Raymond William's "The Works of Art Themselves".

8) Pritha Biswas' presentation on Richard Shiff's "Defining Impressionism and the Impression"

9) Ritu Kedia's presentation on Clement Greenberg's "Modernist Painting- An Essay".

10) Ruchira Dutta's presentation on Edward Said's "Orientalism".

11) Shanthi Joseph's presentation on Serge Guilbauts' "Adventures of Avant Garde in America".

12) Shilpi Rana's presentation on Lucy R Lippard's "Mapping".

13) Sneha Roy's presentation on Walter Benjamin's "Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction".

14) Sneha Sharon Mammen's presentation on Timothy Clark's "Olympia".

15) Sreetama Ghosh's presentation on Stephen Eisenman's "The Intransigent Artist".

16) Surya Simon's presentation on Antony Giddens' "Modernity and Self Identity: Self and Society in the Late Modern Age".

17) Triveni Waikhom's presentation on Frederic Jameson's "Aesthetics and Politics".

18) Vachiraporn Pharin's presentation on Alan Wallach's "The Museum of Modern Art Past's Future".

19) Vandana's presentation on Benjamin H. G. Buchloh's "Figures of Authority: Cipher's of Regression".

20) Ananta Pradhan's presentation on Yve Alain Bois' "Painting: The Task of Mourning".

21) Anjan Behera's presentation on Philip Leider's "Literalism and Abstraction: Frank Stella's Retrospective at the Modern".

22) Geeta Lakkannavar's presentation on Griselda Pollok's "Vision, Voice and Power- Feminist Art History and Marxism".

23) Chandu's presentation (Part 1 & Part 2) on Theodore Adorno's "Art, Autonomy and Mass Culture".

24) Shushma Patil's presentation on Philip Leider's "Literalism and Abstraction: Frank Stella's Retrospective at the Modern".

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Anonymous said...

Thank you Mr. Pinto and students of I MA. Your presentations did help me a lot in making notes. Publishing the notes online was a great idea. Thank you once again.

Anil Pinto said...

Our pleasure