REL Movie Nights Return with Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai


Our one credit hour course–REL 360–returns for the fall semester with the showing of Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai. This 1999 crime/action film follows “Ghost Dog”, a hit-man for the mafia who models his life by the code of the samurai. When one of his missions goes awry, causing him to leave a witness alive, Ghost Dog himself becomes a target of the mafia.

The screening is open to everyone!

(Even if you’re not in the class!)

WHAT? REL 360 is a one-credit course designed to show four films throughout the semester that will provoke discussion about what exactly takes place when the humanities and popular culture collide.

WHEN? Thursday, August 25 @ 6:00 pm

WHERE? 235 Lloyd Hall

WHY? To promote intriguing discussions outside of a typical lecture-setting. It’s a free film and a fun way to spend a Thursday afternoon.

WHAT ELSE? Anyone can attend! If you decide you like the class, you can email Professor Bagger ( for more information on the course, or visit the REL website.


Hope to see you there!


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