NOC:Literature, Culture and Media


Lecture 1 - Introduction Aims and Objectives


Lecture 2 - Defining Literature


Lecture 3 - Defining Culture


Lecture 4 - Relationship between Literature and Culture


Lecture 5 - Literature, Culture and Media


Lecture 6 - Introduction to Cultural Studies


Lecture 7 - Cultural Studies I: Raymond Williams


Lecture 8 - Cultural Studies II: Stuart Hall


Lecture 9 - High Culture and Popular Culture


Lecture 10 - Subculture and Counterculture


Lecture 11 - Modernism and Postmodernism - I


Lecture 12 - Modernism and Postmodernism - II


Lecture 13 - Lyotards The Postmodern Condition: A Report on Knowledge


Lecture 14 - Foucault’s Notion of Knowledge and Power


Lecture 15 - Poststructuralism and Deconstruction


Lecture 16 - Introduction to Feminism - I


Lecture 17 - Introduction to Feminism - II


Lecture 18 - Theories of Gender


Lecture 19 - Men's and Masculinity Studies


Lecture 20 - Queer Studies and Representations of Gender in Media


Lecture 21 - Intersectionality


Lecture 22 - Introduction to Postcolonial Theory


Lecture 23 - Key Concepts in Postcolonial theory


Lecture 24 - Said, Spivak and Bhabha


Lecture 25 - Postcolonial Reading of Achebe and Amitav Ghosh


Lecture 26 - Theories of Ideology


Lecture 27 - Adorno and Horkheimer on Culture


Lecture 28 - 1. Culture Industry and Mass Deception; 2. Walter Benjamin


Lecture 29 - Interconnections between Literature, Culture and Identity: Woolf and Deshpande - I


Lecture 30 - Interconnections between Literature, Culture and Identity: Woolf and Deshpande - II


Lecture 31 - The Evolution of Media: Print forms


Lecture 32 - Media and Culture - I


Lecture 33 - Media and Culture - II


Lecture 34 - Media, Culture and Technology


Lecture 35 - Harold Innis


Lecture 36 - Introduction to Marshall McLuhan


Lecture 37 - Media and the Electric Age


Lecture 38 - Hot and Cool Media


Lecture 39 - Postmodern Media - I


Lecture 40 - Postmodern Media - II and Formation of Public Opinion


Lecture 41 - Word and the Image: Drama, Photography, Birth of the Cinema


Lecture 42 - Film and Literature - I


Lecture 43 - Film and Literature - II


Lecture 44 - Language of Films: Mise-en-scene, Type of Shots, Camera angles/movements, Montage


Lecture 45 - Reading of 12 Years a Slave: Film and Text


Lecture 46 - Development of Media: Radio


Lecture 47 - Development of Media: Television


Lecture 48 - Film, Television and Literature


Lecture 49 - Impact of Technology on Literary Genres: Novel


Lecture 50 - Media in the 21st Century


Lecture 51 - Approaches to Digital Forms of Media


Lecture 52 - Literature, Internet and Culture


Lecture 53 - Digital Culture, Media, and Literature


Lecture 54 - Representation of Partition in Different Media: A historical and Cultural Analysis - I


Lecture 55 - Representation of Partition in Different Media: A historical and Cultural Analysis - II


Lecture 56 - Game Studies - I


Lecture 57 - Game Studies - II


Lecture 58 - Body Culture Studies and Representation of Women in the Media


Lecture 59 - Media and Gender


Lecture 60 - Media and Language, Glass Ceiling in Media