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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.
Florini holds a PhD in Communication and Culture from Indiana University. Her research focuses on the intersection of emerging media, Black American cultural production, and racial politics.
Michael Bodhi Green is a Principal Lecturer in Film and Media Studies, where he has been teaching since 2008. He is also the Director of Online Programs for the English Department.
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.