2017 Student Research Conference:
30th Annual Student Research Conference


Alayna M. Mueller
Dr. James D'Agostino, Faculty Mentor

As a part of an Interdisciplinary Studies course, having explored the use of applying established art into new forms for the purpose of giving new perspectives on historical events in a fictional medium, allowed the deconstruction of classical entertainment into a separate entity. The source was the full Hollywood screenplay of Casablanca (1942), and the resulting work to be presented is an erasure of the script. 

Keywords: Erasure, Poetry, Literature, Film Studies, Casablanca, Sculpture, Creative Writing


Presentation Type: Performance Art

Session: 304-4
Location: MG 1098
Time: 1:45

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