Oliver C. Speck

Associate Professor of Film Studies

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Associate Professor of Film Studies, Virginia Commonwealth University

Fall 2012WRLD 535: WRLD Filmmakers: Werner Herzog
WRLD 430 Film and the City
Spring 2012WRLD 330: Introduction to Film Analysis
MATX 690: Deleuze and the Virtual
Fall 2011WRLD 535 WRLD Filmmakers: Fritz Lang
MATX 690: The State of Exception

Assistant Professor of Film Studies, Virginia Commonwealth University

Spring 2011WRLD 430: Film and the City
Fall 2010WRLD 230: Introduction to World Cinema
WRLD 535: WRLD Filmmakers: Michael Haneke
MATX 690: Virtual Reality in Cinema
Spring 2010WRLD 203: Introduction to Film Theory
WRLD 230: Introduction to World Cinema
Fall 2009WRLD 230: Introduction to World Cinema (2 sections)
WRLD 422: History of German Cinema
WRLD 330: Introduction to Film Analysis
Spring 2009WRLD 230: Introduction to World Cinema
WRLD 430: Film and the City
WRLD 530: Postmodern Sickness unto Death

Assistant Professor of Film Studies and German, Virginia Commonwealth University

Fall 2008WRLD 230: Introduction to World Cinema
GRMN 422: History of German Cinema
Spring 2008INTL/FLRG 203: Intro to European Cinema (taught online)
Fall 2007GERM 201: Intermediate German
GRMN 423: Filming “Amerika”
FLRG 203: Intro to European Cinema

Associate/Assistant Professor of German, University of North Carolina at Wilmington

Spring 2007WFST 368: Film Styles and Genres - The Vampire
GER 201: Intermediate German
GER 321: Intro to German Literature
Fall 2006FST 206: Perspectives in European Cinema
GER 201: Intermediate German
GER 202: Intermediate German
Spring 2006HON 210-300: The Soundtrack of History: German Music and Literature
FST 206: Perspectives in European Cinema
GER 201: Intermediate German
Fall 2005FST 205: Perspectives in World Cinema (two sections)
GER 201: Intermediate German
Spring 2005GER 201/202: Intermediate German
GER 495-295: Virtuelle Realität im Film
FST 485: Virtual Reality in Cinema
HON 120-307: Berlin - From Terror to Techno
Fall 2004FST 205: Perspectives in World Cinema (two sections)
GER 201: Intermediate German
Fall 2003FST/GER 485: Spielberg vs. Fassbinder and Godard
GER 209: Horror in German Literature
GER 201/202: Intermediate German
FLL/FST 205: Perspectives in World Cinema
Spring 2003FST 496: Senior Seminar in Film Study: Fritz Lang
FST 496: Senior Seminar in Film Study: Fritz Lang
GER 385: Introduction to German Cinema
GER 311: German Civilization
GER 201/202: Intermediate German
Fall 2002 FST/GER 485: Death and Despair - The Films of R.W. Fassbinder
GER 305: Conversation and Composition
GER 201/202: Intermediate German
FLL/FST 205: Perspectives in World Cinema (All Sections)
Spring 2002GER 495: German Expressionist Cinema (Distance Learning Class)
GER 311: German Civilization
FLL/FST 205: Perspectives in World Cinema (Section on German Cinema)
Fall 2001/02GER 495: New German Cinema: Auteurs (Distance Learning Class)
GER 436: Post-1945 German Literature
GER 202: Intermediate German II
FLL 292: Perspectives in World Cinema (Section on German Cinema)
Spring 2001GER 495: Filming “Amerika” (in German)
FST 205: German Directors filming “Amerika”
GER 102: Introductory German II
Fall 2000/01GER 431: German Classics – Goethe, Schiller, Kleist (in German)
GER 101: Introductory German
GER 101: Introductory German
FLL 292: Perspectives in World Cinema (Section on German Cinema)
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