Tamara Tasevska
Godard’s Chromatic Fabric
Thursday, May 25 • 3:20 pm – 3:40 pm (CEST)

Tamara Tasevska’s work focuses on French film in postwar and postcolonial contexts, with particular attention to the experimentations with color and cinematic time.

She received her PhD in French and Francophone Studies and Critical Theory from Northwestern University, USA (2021) focusing on the works of Jean-Luc Godard and Claire Denis, and philosopher Gilles Deleuze.

She is currently an affiliated faculty member at Baruch College-CUNY in New York City and is working on her first book, Color-Images: Chromatic Innovations and Multiplicity of Worlds in French Cinema and Fiction. This work looks at the political and aesthetic questions that filmmakers and writers explore through experiments with color in their works. Tasevska has also published articles on visual culture, queer cinema, eco-criticism, and comic books.

Selected articles: