Guest Lectures 10

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Code Completion Credits Range Language Instruction Semester
307EHPF10 Z 2 13S English summer

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Name of lecturer(s)

Learning outcomes of the course unit

A series of lectures will be given by interesting personalities in the field of photography and the theory of photography. It is aimed at broadening students´ horizons and taking a critical approach to contemporary artists and theorists.

Mode of study

Each student will chose ONE lecture PER SEMESTER and will write essays on IT. These essays should further elaborate on the topic. It should be a critical and analytical study not just reproduction of what was said by the guest or his or her biography.

These essays are to be written, amounting to at least two pages of text each (3600 signs).

Deadline: always before the end of the semester.

Prerequisites and co-requisites

Assignment:

Each student will choose ONE lecture PER SEMESTER and will write essays on IT. These essays should further elaborate on the topic. It should be a critical and analytical study not just reproduction of what was said by the guest or his or her biography.

These essays are to be written, amounting to at least two pages of text each (3600 signs).

Deadline: always before the end of the semester.

Course contents

Recommended or required reading

Depends on the personalities invited.

Assessment methods and criteria

To receive credits for „Guest lectures“, you must (1) meet the attendance requirements (you may miss max. 2 lectures per semester); (2) submit a written evaluation of the course, at least one-page (300 words) assessment stating which of the lectures you found important, relevant or interesting, which you didn't find so and why; you may also suggest what kind of guests should be invited in the next semester. Send your papers by 17 May 2018 as a pdf attachment simultaneously to stepanka.simlova@famu.cz and hynek.alt@famu.cz.

In case you miss the deadline, you will have to deliver the semester assessment plus a 1-page critical commentary on one lecture of your choice. Send both texts in the same way by 21 June 2019. No further extension will be possible.

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Further information

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