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The Film and Media Studies program distinguishes itself with three major curricular objectives:
Prospective and current undergraduate and graduate students can learn more about the Film and Media Studies program and internships on this website or on our YouTube site: http://www.youtube.com/asufilm
Baker's research focuses primarily on sports culture, film authorship and the representation of race, ethnicity and gender in American cinema.
Bradley teaches Beginning, Intermediate and Advanced Screenwriting in Film and Media Studies, as well as Hollywood Film History.
Dove-Viebahn's diverse interests include television and new media; gender and its representation in popular culture; community formation; and the role of the spectator in our digital age.
Florini holds a doctorate in communication and culture from Indiana University. Her research focuses on the intersection of emerging media, Black American cultural production, and racial politics.
Himberg's research interest include television, digital media, gender, sexuality, queer theory, industry studies, consumer culture, advertising, and market research.
Lehman is the director of the Center for Film, Media and Popular Culture at ASU.
Sandler has published in a wide number of anthologies and journals including Cinema Journal, Animation Journal, and The Velvet Light Trap.
Pauline Hope Cheong, Ph.D. - Media Tech; Culture; Minority & Disadvantaged Communities.
Julie Codell, Ph.D. - Gender & Race; Aesthetics; Global Cinema.
Daniel Gilfillan, Ph.D. - Film Narrative; Sound Culture; German Cinema.
David Foster, Ph.D. - Latin American Literature & Cinema; Urban Society & Gender/Queer Issues.
Gary Keller, Ph.D. - Chicano Literature, Cinema and Art.
Karen Kuo, Ph.D. - Representation of Asian Americans in Film and Literature.
Karen Leong, Ph.D. - Race, Gender and Nation; Asian American Identity.