Screen Studies

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Program Faculty

Stephanie F. Larrieux, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Department of Visual and Performing Arts
Film genre, television, cultural theory, cinema history, theories of authorship, and the language of media and visuality
Tel: 508-793-7285
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Matthew Malsky, Ph.D.
George N. and Selma U. Jeppson Professorship in Music; Professor, Department of Visual and Performing Arts; Director, Music Program (Spring 2013)
Composition, computer music
Tel: 508-793-7316
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Hugh Manon, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Department of Visual and Performing Arts; Director, Screen Studies Program
Film Theory, Psychoanalysis, American film history, subcultures and cult aesthetics.
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Amy Whitney, MBA
Associate Professor, Department of Visual and Performing Arts; Adjunct Associate Professor; Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures
Amy Whitney, MBA, Innovation and Entrepreneurship Program Director, specializes in social entrepreneurship, cultures of innovation, and creativity. As Director of I&E, Amy manages a campus-wide Big Idea competition, provides curriculum oversight and assessment of the I&E Program, advises and mentors undergraduate students, monitors on-campus student ventures and teaches about cultures of innovation and creativity. She is also a LEEP Center Advisor. Her academic interests include entrepreneurship, learning cultures, intuitive inquiry, high-impact practices, inquiry-based learning, and adult learning theory. Amy received her BA and MBA from Clark University, and is pursuing an Ed.D. from Northeastern University concentrating in Organizational Leadership Studies.
Tel: 1-508-421-3730
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Adjunct Faculty

Marvin D'Lugo, Ph.D.
Professor of Spanish, Language, Literature and Culture Department; Adjunct Professor, Screen Studies and Literatures
Professor D'Lugo teaches courses on aspects of Spanish and Latin-American literatures. His primary areas of research involve Spanish-language cinemas with particular emphasis on Spain, Mexico and Argentina. He regularly teaches courses on these national cinemas as well as on the aesthetic practices that enable Spanish-language regional cinema to engage Hispanic audiences beyond national borders. Along with his scholarly writings on Hispanic transnational film, he has published books and articles on Spanish film auteurs Luis Bunuel, Carlos Saura and Pedro Almodovar. Since 2008 he has been the principal editor of the international film journal, Studies in Spanish and Latin-American Cinemas while also serving on the editorial boards of the British journal, Transnational Cinemas and the Spanish journal of film history, Secuencias.
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Part-Time Faculty

Jeremy Powell, Ph.D.
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Visiting Faculty

Michael Siegel , Ph.D.
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