These free screenings form part of the interdisciplinary course and film series Personal, Present and Immediate*: Making Performance on Socio-Political Questions. Post-screening discussions of each work will be moderated by Artist in Residence and Visiting Professor Eryn Rosenthal.

The series culminates in an evening of original student performances and installations on Thursday, April 19, downstairs in the Keene Theater of the Residential College.

All screenings take place in the Benzinger Library, 1423 East Quad.
U-M Residential College
701 East University, A2  MI  48109

Public entrance off of East University, door closest to Willard


These screenings are sponsored in part by the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies (LACS) and the EXCEL Lab (Excellence in Entrepreneurship, Career Empowerment and Leadership) of the School of Music, Theatre and Dance.


* “Personal, present and immediate”: From Murray v. Maryland (1935), one of the precedents to the Supreme Court case Brown v. Board of Education (1954).

Film Series Dates and Titles | 2018 | Personal, Present and Immediate Film Series