As indicated within the About and the Welcome / Courses / Links sections of this site, I teach a Westerns film course at the college level. This post provides an update and options for those interested in enrolling for the upcoming Spring 2013 term. Students have two options to ride the “e-railway” of the Internet to enroll.
St. Clair College (located in the Detroit-Windsor region) offers Westerns: Film as Lens to the Present as a general elective course within both its School of Community Studies and its Continuing Education department. The course is available to registered St. Clair students both on-campus and online.
The class explores a number of themes within the genre of Westerns – themes include Origins of the Western, Components of the Western, Landscape & Setting, Indigenous Peoples, Women, Directors, Actors, Soundtracks, TV Westerns, Graphic Novels, Animated Films and the Video Game West. The course examines such current Westerns as AMC’s Hell on Wheels, A&E’s Longmire and Rockstar Games’ Red Dead Redemption.
There will be one St. Clair offering for the Spring 2013 term – one section of the course will be offered online via the School of Community Studies. The online St. Clair offering runs for a total of 12 weeks beginning May 6th – please click on the St. Clair link below for further information:
St. Clair College – The School of Community Studies – Spring 2013 Term – Online – May 6th to July 28th – Contact your Program Coordinator at St. Clair College – www.stclaircollege.ca
A second option to study Westerns at the college level this Spring term is an online Westerns film course I provide via Sault College in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario. This 14-week course is open to all international students and adult learners (registration is open until May 17th).
Westerns: A Study in the Film Genre – Online / Sault College – Spring 2013 Term – May 10th to August 16th, 2013 – Westerns @ Sault College
So however you choose to ride into class, all are welcome!
Please feel free to contact me directly at email@example.com with any questions. Thanks.
Chad Beharriell, MA