Saturday, August 23, 2008
George Lellis, a Professor of Communication with the Language, Literature and Communication Department at Coker recently presented a paper at a conference panel in Colorado. This is just one way that faculty add to the scholarly pursuits of their fields. Dr. Lellis maintains a strong scholarly interest in a varity of film topics. This panel presentation is one example. He gave a paper recently at the annual conference of the University Film and Video Association's in Colorado Springs. It was on a panel called "Film Theory and the Avant-Garde." The paper was "When Does an Image Breathe?--Miroslaw Rogala's Transformed Landscape/Fruits and Vegetables." Other participants in the panel were from Virginia Wesleyan College, Penn State, and Point Park University.