Texarkana Gazette Profile, Videographic Experiments On a Lark, GET OUT Screening

The local paper the Texarkana Gazette has run a profile on my book and scholarship.  You can find it via the Facebook page for Panel to the Screen. I’ve created a couple videographic pieces to get the juices flowing again – you can find a mashup of The Force Awakens and Paterson and a re-interpretation of Soderbergh’s Out of Sight.  You can […]

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Spring 2017 Update: Interview with Henry Jenkins, SCMS Digital Humanities and Videographic Criticism SIG, Upcoming Speaking Events

A couple quick updates: First, Henry Jenkins has begun posting an interview I did with him about my book and videographic criticism at his website.  You can find it here.  Henry has been one of my biggest cheerleaders and a professional hero since I was an undergrad and asked to read his piece on the […]

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Spring 2017 Update: WATCHMEN and a Colloquium at UW-Milwaukee

A couple short and quick updates: Our “In Focus” section on Watchmen has finally hit the pages of Cinema Journal!  You can read it here. Related, many of the contributors wrote capsules for In Media Res this past week to tie into the “In Focus.”  You can find them here. Finally, I’ve been asked by my former Professors at UW-Milwaukee to […]

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Course Syllabi for Spring 2017: American Film History and Concepts in Classical Film

Below are two rough drafts of two courses for my Spring 2017 semester.  I’m also in the process of prepping my Emerging Media Production (Documentary and Videographic Criticism) syllabus, so stand by for that in the New Year.  Open to questions and comments! American Film History (15 Weeks, Introductory Course for Non-Majors) Concepts in Classical […]

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