The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences invites you back to the classroom for an exciting opportunity to explore The Social and Cultural Impact of Film. This bi-annual event brings together outstanding faculty, current research, and an engaged alumni audience for a fun day of lifelong learning.

The program includes three discussions with faculty members with diverse academic expertise. A light breakfast and lunch program with CLAS interim Dean Davita Glasberg are included in the $15 per person cost to attend the event.
  • 9:30 am: Film: Storrs and Beyond, Roger Celestin,Professor of Literature, Cultures, and Languages

  • 10:30 am:It's not as Good as the Book: Rethinking the Relationship between Literature and Film, Bob Hasenfratz, Professor and Head of English

  • 12:30 pm: Celluloid Chains: American Slavery on Film, Dexter Gabriel, Assistant Professor of History and African Studies
To RSVP please click the "Register Now" below and complete the form by MondayApril 10, 2017 at noon.

The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences is proud to partner with CLIR, a lifelong learning initiative within UConn Extension, for the promotion of great events like the CLAS College Experience.


Thank you for your interest in attending the
2017 College Experience - Life, Camera, Action: the Social and Cultural Impact of Film. Unfortunately, online registration is currently closed. For additional information or to be added to a wait list, please emailGreg Bernard or call the Office of Alumni Relations toll-free at(888) 822-5861.
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