Please note: This is NOT the most current catalog.

Media and Film Studies

Director, 2012-13: William Sonnega (Theater), theater, media studies

Faculty, 2012-13: Karen Achberger (German), 20th-century literature, cinema, Austrian literature; Wendy Allen (Romance Languages-French), 17th-century French literature, contemporary France, the Maghreb, content-based instruction (on leave spring semester); Guido Alvarez (Art and Art History), new media; Brian Bjorklund (Theater), design and production; Dona Freeman (Theater), acting; Carlos Gallejo (English), literature and film; Steve Hahn (History), early America, Native American history; Henriёt Hendricks (Political Science), media and politics; Jan Hill (English), writing, journalism; Karil Kucera (Art and Art History), art history, Asian studies; Judy Kutulas (History), 20th-century American history, American women’s history, media history; Kari Lie (Norwegian), Norwegian language, applied linguistics; Justin Merritt (Music), music and film; Sian Muir (Management Studies), entrepreneurship, management strategy, marketing, arts management; Diana Neal (Nursing), pediatric and adult medical-surgical nursing; Meg Ojala (Art and Art History), photography; Thomas Pope (English) screenwriting; Diana Postlethwaite (English), 19th-century British literature, literature and film; Rebecca Richards (English), writing; Anthony Roberts (Dance), dance and multi-media; Matthew Rohn (Art and Art History), art history, environmental studies; Mary Trull (English), 16th- and 17th-century literature; Karen Peterson Wilson (Theater), theater, voice/phonetics, oral interpretation

The Media and Film Studies program offers concentrations in Film Studies and in Media Studies. For more information on each program, see the separate listing under Film Studies and Media Studies.