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Course Guide to CHN394: Screening China: Getting Started

This class introduces students to "film in China" and "China in film," focusing on both the development of the film industry in China and the continual reconfiguration of history and national identity in cinematic productions.

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Emory's Film Studies Program

The Program was created in 1985.  It provides a broad range of courses with a strong commitment to individualized education.  For details, please visit the website.

Marian K. Heilbrun Music and media Library

This branch of the Woodruff Library provides visual, sound, print and e-resources on music and media studies.  You can check out movies to watch in the library or at home.  You can also watch a movie in a group in the Group Viewing Room.  For details please visit the website.

Emory Chinese Studies Program

The Chinese Studies program offers a major and minor in Chinese.  Expertise in Chinese Studies prepares students for international careers in scholarship, diplomacy, banking, business, law, education, journalism, public health, medicine, and other China-related fields. 

Research Help

Robert W. Woodruff Library - Emory University

This course guide is created to provide research information for projects and papers of your class: CHN394: SCREENING CHINA. If you need individual help, please contact me either by email or phone, we can set up a time to meet in my office.

You can also stop by at library's service desk and seek for up there as well.  Here is library's hours.

Visit the Writing Center for Your Paper

If you need help with your paper writing, Emory has a writing center to help you.  You need to make an appointment at the Center's website.

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