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Agustin Rugiero Bader

Agustín Rugiero Bader is a PhD candidate in Film and Moving Image Studies at Concordia University in Montreal. His work deals primarily with the intersection of art cinema, representation, and mass death. He is currently working on his dissertation, Haunted Landscapes, in which he investigates the emergence of landscape in cinema as a means of representing the deep sociopolitical wounds caused by mass murder and disappearance. He has recently presented at SCMS (Society for Cinema and Media Studies) and FMSAC (Film and Media Studies Association of Canada).

  • Fonds de recherche du Québec Société et culture — Doctoral Research Scholarship (B2Z)
  • Concordia Merit Scholarship
  • Jacques Goulet Doctoral Fellowship
  • Fondation De Seve Graduate Scholarship
  • Concordia International Tuition Award of Excellence

Supervisor: Luca Caminati

Thesis: Haunted Landscapes: Locating the Absent in Global Art Cinema

Research Interests:

Film theory, representation, mass death, hauntology, landscape.


FMST 316 Film and Moving Image Cultures

FMST 202 Film History II

FMST 205 Approaches to Film Studies II


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