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Lecturer for Film-History (Lecture and Seminar) (f/m/n)
location_on Berlin, Deutschland
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Lecturer for Film-History (Lecture and Seminar) (f/m/n)
location_on Berlin, Deutschland
Introduction

The Macromedia University is part of the internationally active education group Galileo Global Education that provides young people from all over the world with access to higher education academic study and qualifications. More than 120,000 students worldwide are enrolled under the Galileo Global Education umbrella. As a private educational institution, we are consistently expanding our educational program in Germany through the Macromedia brand (university and academy), Cours Florent and the Atelier Chardon Savard. We are located in the beautiful cities of Munich, Stuttgart, Freiburg, Cologne, Hamburg, Leipzig, Frankfurt am Main and Berlin.

 

At eight locations throughout Germany, Macromedia University offers state-approved and accredited bachelor's and master's degree programs in management, media, journalism, music, film, art, design and acting. Tuition is in German or English. A network of worldwide partner universities ensures that students benefit from an unforgettable experience abroad. Around 120 lecturers with industry backgrounds provide job-market focussed teaching and an academic perspective that sees the university shaping the digital transition.



For our Campus Berlin we are currently seeking for winter semester 2021/2022, starting October 4th, 2021


Lecturer for Film-History (Lecture and Seminar) (f/m/n)

 

The course is to take place online and onsite at the Berlin campus, in compliance with current hygiene regulations.

The Lecture has a scope of 2 semester hours per week and the seminar has 2 semester hours per week. The lecture is online and the seminar onsite at our campus.

Upon completion of the module, students will be able to (e.g.):
  • Pioneers and the beginning of cinema, as well as silent film, World War I and the consequences for the European film
  • Larger narrative units and commercialization
  • Cinema as a medium of documentation and entertainment
  • Cinema on the way to the modern age
  • Poetic realism, poetic documentaries, cinema after 1933
  • The cinematic film after 1945; neorealism
  • Nouvelle Vague, "Grandpa's Cinema" and the Oberhausen Manifesto
Impress us with the following:
  • Academic degree and work experience in the above field
  • Teaching experience
  • Enthusiasm to work within a friendly team
Enjoy:
  • The lively dynamic environment of a private educational institution
  • Varied activities with highly motivated colleagues
  • Working independently in the heart of Berlin-Kreuzberg
  • A conscious and appreciative approach to diversity and individuality


If this job appeals to you, impress us with a convincing application.

 

For further enquiries, please contact Ms. Gerlinde Erlbeck and Ms. Andrea Irtenkauf at plan.b@macromedia.de



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