Comps, honors papers, and prize-winning works of the Cinema and Media Studies Department are featured here. All works have been self-submitted by the student authors. Descriptive information about each work is available to search or browse. Access to the full text of the works is limited to current Carleton affiliates with faculty permission. Learn more about how to submit your work and how to request access to the full text of works.

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Submissions from 2011

Alexander Slocum Carruthers, David O. Selznick and Alfred Hitchcock: The Industrial Model of Authorship, 2011, Cinema and Media Studies (CAMS)

Megan E. Hafner, Beyond the Hype: Thoughts on Food in Northfield, Minnesota, 2011, Cinema and Media Studies (CAMS)

Sung Hyo Kim, Tokyo Drifter(film analysis), Absence and Imagination(research paper), 2011, Cinema and Media Studies (CAMS)

Timothy James Mulso, Drink Responsibly, 2011, Cinema and Media Studies (CAMS)

Samuel Jenkins Scherf, Feeling Future, 2011, Cinema and Media Studies (CAMS)

Jameson Timothy Siegert, Callahan, 2011, Cinema and Media Studies (CAMS)

Max Joseph Silver, Chair, 2011, Cinema and Media Studies (CAMS)

Rachel Elizabeth Sklar, Perfect Goulash, 2011, Cinema and Media Studies (CAMS)

Allison Helen Sterling, I'm No Longer That Girl: Film Noir's Influence on the Construction of Alternative Girlhood in Veronica Mars, 2011, Cinema and Media Studies (CAMS)

Andreas Orson Stoehr, Gender, Sympathy, and the "Monstrous Hero" in the American Horror Film, 2011, Cinema and Media Studies (CAMS)

Kate Trenerry, Rephotographing the Iron Curtain, 2011, Cinema and Media Studies (CAMS)

Mateo Felipe Trujillo, The Sons of the Inheritance: Part 1 - The Will of Fire, 2011, Cinema and Media Studies (CAMS)

Allyson Fawcett Weaver, Star Gazing: A close look at Olivia de Havilland and star contracts in the height of studio era Hollywood, 2011, Cinema and Media Studies (CAMS)

Cathleen Dyer Wolf, Meet Street View: Theorizing Google Street View, 2011, Cinema and Media Studies (CAMS)

Submissions from 2010

Kristen Lee Asp, Imaging Northfield: The Photographic Representation of Place, 2010, Cinema and Media Studies (CAMS)

Emma Kathleen Burghardt, Notes on Whimsy and Twin Lens, 2010, Cinema and Media Studies (CAMS)

Austin R. Hall, The Eye, 2010, Cinema and Media Studies (CAMS)

John Michael Mawhorter, A Massively Multiplayer Online First Person Shooter Designed For Social Play, 2010, Cinema and Media Studies (CAMS)

Jordan Michael Warner Narvey, John McCain as John Wayne: The Influence of the War Film Genre's Evolution, 2010, Cinema and Media Studies (CAMS)

Elizabeth Christine Otto, From Projector to Pen: Six Case Studies in the Design of Illustrated Film Posters, 2010, Cinema and Media Studies (CAMS)

Meryl Rose Schumacker, The Square: A Prosocial Educational Television Show for 6-9 Year Old Audiences, 2010, Cinema and Media Studies (CAMS)

Ezra Velazquez, TownFork, 2010, Cinema and Media Studies (CAMS)

Janae D. Walton-Green, Untitled: A Documentary, 2010, Cinema and Media Studies (CAMS)

Submissions from 2009

Kenneth Geiger, Re-made in the USA: the journey of film from Asia to Hollywood, 2009, Cinema and Media Studies (CAMS)

Caitlin Magnusson, The animated feature film: encoding and decoding across cultures, 2009, Cinema and Media Studies (CAMS)

Jerome C. Potter, Telepop: a subjective composite of twentieth century American popular culture and history, 2009, Cinema and Media Studies (CAMS)

Bedrich Rios, Web design: type and layout, 2009, Cinema and Media Studies (CAMS)

Lisa Short, The modification of melodrama in Tyler Perry's films, 2009, Cinema and Media Studies (CAMS)

Andrew Tatge, Police states in film and Foucault's Panopticon: negotiating spiritual and physical, 2009, Cinema and Media Studies (CAMS)

Submissions from 2008

Andrew Joseph Lauer, Some films are better than others: Lyman H. Howe, cultural capital and bringing the world to Northfield, MN, 2008, Cinema and Media Studies (CAMS)