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Cornel West Speaks on 'The Matrix of the Possible'

MayRose Barranco Morris John M Broughton
Farrah Jasmine Griffin Kelvin Shawn Sealey
Cornel West

The Film & Education Research Academy (FERA), a unit of Teachers College Center for Educational Outreach & Innovation, recently sponsored a public dialogue on the meaning and importance of cinema and pedagogy, featuring Princeton University scholar Cornel West and Teachers College doctoral candidate Kelvin S. Sealey, FERA co-founder. West and Sealey examine the intersection of education and popular culture, unpacking some political implications of aesthetic media, such as music and film.

 

MaryRose Barranco Morris, interim executive director and director of lifelong learning, Center for Educational Outreach & Innovation

 

John M. Broughton, Teachers College associate professor of psychology and education


Farah Jasmine Griffin, Columbia University professor of English and comparative literature

Kelvin Shawn Sealey, Teachers College doctoral candidate and co-founder of the Film & Education Research Academy

Cornel West, Princeton University professor of religion and African-American studies

Real Video (59:29)

Production Number: 292
Shot: Mar 26, 2004
Published: Jul 1, 2004
Last modified:Oct 21, 2004