Instructor: Fisher M/W/F 10:10am – 11:05am
BoK: FA – Fine Arts; HU – Humanities
This course will primarily focus on the adaptive relationship between written texts and the films of Stanley Kubrick. In an attempt to understand how adaptation influences readings of film and culture we will explore and analyze multiple thematic elements found in both the twentieth-century source material and Kubrick’s films. Throughout the semester the class will investigate literary texts filtered through the filmic lens of Stanley Kubrick that include The Shining, Lolita, A Clockwork Orange, and Eyes Wide Shut.