FILM PRODUCTION FACULTY FILM STUDIES FACULTY As an interdepartmental program, film studies draws upon faculty from seven departments in order to cover broad areas such as film criticism, theory, and history. Gennady Barabtarlo Professor of Russian, Department of German and Russian Studies Film Studies 2865: The Art of Soviet and Russian Cinema Film Studies 3005: Russian and Soviet Cinema Film Studies/Russian 4965:Distorted Picture: Post-War Cinema in a Police State Michael Barnes Associate Teaching Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies, Department of Classical Studies Film Studies 2005: Ancient World in Film Heather Carver Associate Professor, Department of Theatre Film Studies 4935/7935: Adaptation of Literature for Film Roger Cook Professor of German, Department of German and Russian Studies Director, Film Studies Program Film Studies 3830: History of German Cinema Film Studies 3840: German Film After 1945 Film Studies 4005: Neuroscience and Cinema Film Studies 4005/7005: Post-Unification German Cinema Leslie Dickinson Resident Instructor, Department of Computer Science Information Technology 2610: Audio/Video I Information Technology 3610: Audio/Video II Rebecca Dingo Associate Professor of English Film Studies 2840: American Film History 1950 to present Film Studies 3855: Documentary Film: From International to Transnational Jack Draper Associate Professor of Portugese, Department of Romance Languages Portuguese 3005: Favelas in Film Portuguese/Spanish 3005: Contemporary Cone Cinema Portuguese 3875: Brazilian Cinema Chip Gubera Instructor, Department of Computer Science Information Technology 1610: Introduction to Entertainment Media Information Technology 3640: Digital Effects Information Technology 4640: Digital Effects II Joanna Hearne Associate Professor, Department of English English 1810: Introduction to Film: The Beginnings to 1945 English 1820: Introduction to Film: 1945-present Film Studies 2810: Introduction to Film Analysis Film Studies 3855: History of the Documentary Film Studies 4005: Native American Film Film Studies 4006/4810: Film Theory Film Studies 8005: Indigenous Media Film Studies 8005: Introduction to Film Research and Pedagogy Elizabeth Hornbeck Assistant Teaching Professor, Art History and Archaeology Film Studies 3005: Utopia and Dystopia in Literature and Film Film Studies 3780: Architecture on Film Film Studies 3785: Art and Artists on Film Film Studies 3861: Classic Hollywood Cinema Film Studies 3490: Indian Cinema Robert Johnson Professor of Philosophy Film Studies 2010: Philosophy in Film Valerie Kaussen Associate Professor of French, Department of Romance Languages and Literatures French 2005: Introduction to French Cinema Film Studies 2820: Trends in World Cinema French 3001: Post-Colonial Cinema William Kerwin Associate Professor of English, Department of English English 4167: Shakespeare on Film James M. Miller Professor, Theatre Department Theatre 4720: American Musicals Nicole Monnier Associate Teaching Professor of Russian, Department of German and Russian Russian/Women and Gender Studies 3870: Russian Women and Film. Etti Naveh-Benjamin Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Psychological Sciences Film Studies 3845: Modern Israeli Film Bradley Prager Associate Professor of German, Department of German and Russian Studies German 3830: History of German Film German 2810: Introduction to Film Analysis Film Studies 3865: Holocaust on Screen Sw. Anand Prahlad Professor, Department of English Film Studies 2005: Blackness and Gender in American Film Film Studies 2005: The City Film Studies 4005: Science Fiction Film and the Black Narrative LuAnne Roth Instructor, Department of English Film Studies 2830: American Film History I Film Studies 2840: American Film History II Film Studies 2860: Zombies 'R Us Film Studies 3005: Urban Legends and Film Film Studies 3005: Food and Culture in Film Film Studies 3005: Contemporary Legend and Film Carsten Strathausen Associate Professor of German, Department of German and Russian Studies Film Studies 2820: Trends in World Cinema German 3830: History of German Film Film Studies 2810: Introduction to Film Analysis German 3005: Nazi Film and Aesthetics Roberta Tabanelli Assistant Professor of Italian, Department of Romance Languages Italian 2005: Love Italian Style Italian 2850: Italian Cinema Michael Volz Assistant Teaching Professor, Coordinator of Chinese Chinese 3880: Contemporary Chinese Film Nancy West Professor, Department of English English 1810: Introduction to Film: The Beginnings to 1945 English 1820: Introduction to Film: 1945-present English 2005, Crime Film and American Culture, 1930-present English 4250: Nineteenth-Century Novels and Film Adaptations English 4110: Film Noir Erin Wilson Assistant Teaching Professor, Department of English Film Studies 2830: American Film History I: 1895-1950 Film Studies 2840: American Film History II: 1950-Present Film Studies 2860: Film Themes and Genres: Horror Ramsay Wise Instructor, Department of German and Russian Studies Film Studies 2810: Introduction to Film Analysis Film Studies 2820: Trends in World Cinema Film Studies 3005: Films of Hitchcock Film Studies 3005: The Films of Woody Allen Film Studies 3005: The Films of Stanley Kubrick

KAMAU BILAL

Assistant Professor

 

ROBERT GREENE

Filmmaker-In-Chief at the

Murray Center for Documentary Film

BRIAN MAURER

Director of Film Production

Assistant Professor

 

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From academic study to production principles, the Film Studies program provides guidance to our students from accomplished research faculty, real world experience through hands-on internship practicums, and opportunities for success beyond the program for our graduates.

 

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