Film studies is part of an intercollegiate program in film and media studies which provides an opportunity for undergraduate students to pursue an interdisciplinary course of study. The program emphasizes the history, theory, and critical assessment of film, especially in terms of its impact upon, and reflection of, contemporary culture and society. The interdisciplinary nature of the program allows students to connect the study of film to other interests, and, in cooperation with the other Claremont Colleges, to combine studies in theory and criticism with experience in film production. The major in film studies is completed as part of a dual major with another academic discipline.
Ubicada en el primer piso, esta habitación aporta una vista de nuestras instalaciones, permitiendo que nuestros huéspedes aprecien la alberca climatizada, las mesas al aire libre, el jardín, la cancha de volley ball y de fondo, la majestuosidad de la Sierra Gorda de Guanajuato.
A member of the Seven Sisters consortium, Smith is a highly ranked (18# amongst national liberal arts schools by US News) women’s liberal arts school. Besides being able to take classes at the other Seven Sisters schools, students may also cross register at members of the Five Colleges Consortium, including Mount Holyoke, Amherst, Hampshire, and UMass Amherst. Innovative teaching programs include the acclaimed one-year study at the Center for Women in Mathematics, as well as a Liberal Arts Institute that promotes research across the boundaries of traditional majors. Small class sizes and a student-faculty ratio of nine to one ensure students get plenty of attention, and leads to good reviews on professors by students.
George Akerlof / Michael Spence / Joseph E. Stiglitz (2001) • Daniel Kahneman / Vernon L. Smith (2002) • Robert F. Engle / Clive Granger (2003) • Finn E. Kydland / Edward C. Prescott (2004) • Robert Aumann / Thomas Schelling (2005) • Edmund Phelps (2006) • Leonid Hurwicz / Eric Maskin / Roger Myerson (2007) • Paul Krugman (2008) • Elinor Ostrom / Oliver E. Williamson (2009) • Peter A. Diamond / Dale T. Mortensen / Christopher A. Pissarides (2010) • Thomas J. Sargent / Christopher A. Sims (2011) • Alvin E. Roth / Lloyd S. Shapley (2012) • Eugene Fama / Lars Peter Hansen / Robert J. Shiller (2013) • Jean Tirole (2014) • Angus Deaton (2015) • Oliver Hart / Bengt Holmström (2016) • Richard Thaler (2017)
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