I teach as an Assistant Professor of Film Studies in the English department at Minnesota State University, Mankato.  Our program balances coursework in Film Studies with practical experience in film production, and is devoted to placing students in competitive internships and work opportunities in Mankato (which is about an hour south of Minneapolis-St. Paul) and the surrounding area.  At Minnesota State I teach and have taught a number of courses, some of which include:

  • FILM 416/416: Film Theory & Criticism
  • FILM 334: International Cinema
  • FILM 210W: Film Genres
  • FILM 114: Introduction to Film
  • FILM 216W: Writing About Film

If you are interested in more information about Minnesota State’s Film and Media Studies major, please visit our university web page.

At my previous institutions, other courses I have taught include

  • Film Authorship: Alfred Hitchcock
  • Michael Mann and the Crime Film
  • Love and Genre: Screwball Comedy, Film Noir, and the Family Melodrama
  • Introduction to the Arts: Arts and Society