Cinema and Media Studies

Cinema and Media Studies
http://arthistory.rice.edu/cinema-and-media-studies-minor
116 Humanities Building
713-348-4274

Gordon Hughes
Program Co-Director
Gordon.A.Hughes@rice.edu

Lida Oukaderova
Program Co-Director
Lida.Oukaderova@rice.edu

Cinema and Media Studies is an interdisciplinary program that focuses on the history, analysis, and theorization of film and other technologically driven visual media, including television, video art, the Internet, and expanded cinema.

Broader survey courses introduce students to the history of moving images and to the fundamentals of cinematic and media analysis, while advanced seminars focus on particular movements, concepts, and themes across specific periods and geographic areas.

Cinema and Media Studies does not currently offer an academic program at the graduate level. 

Co-Directors and Advisors

Gordon Hughes 
Lida Oukaderova

Professors 

Marcia Brennan
Kirsten Ostherr
Judith Roof
Edward Snow

Associate Professors 

Graham Bader
Martin Blumenthal-Barby
Luis Duno-Gottberg
Gordon Hughes
Philip Wood

Assistant Professor

Lida Oukaderova

Professor in the Practice

Charles Dove

Steering Committee

Martin Blumenthal-Barby
Charles Dove
Gordon Hughes
Kirsten Ostherr
Lida Oukaderova

For Rice University degree-granting programs:
To view the list of official course offerings, please see Rice’s Course Catalog
To view the most recent semester’s course schedule, please see Rice's Course Schedule

Cinema and Media Studies (CMST)

Description and Code Legend

Note: Internally, the university uses the following descriptions, codes, and abbreviations for this academic program. The following is a quick reference: 

Course Catalog/Schedule

  • Course offerings/subject codes: CMST

Program Description and Code

  • Cinema and Media Studies: CMST

Undergraduate Minor Description and Code

  • Minor in Cinema and Media Studies: CMST