James Kendrick, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Film & Digital Media · Baylor University

Expert on film theory/aesthetics, the history of motion pictures, media and society, violence in the media, and horror film

Film History Film and Media Theory Violence in the media Media censorship and regulation Horror film

Paula M. Uruburu

Professor of English · Hofstra University

Professor Uruburu researches the Gothic and the Grotesque, the Gilded Age, and film history (genre, auteur, adaptation).

Zombies Evelyn Nesbit Horror films Gender Studies Film History

Kylo-Patrick Hart

Chair of Film, Television, and Digital Media and Professor Film, Television and Digital Media · Texas Christian University

Kylo-Patrick R. Hart teaches courses in film and television history, theory and criticism; film screenwriting; and queer media studies.

Stardom Popular Culture International Cinemas Masculinity and Sexual Orientation in Film and Entertainment Media Representations of HIV/AIDS

Christopher Hansen, M.F.A.

Chair of the Department of Film and Digital Media · Baylor University

Digital media expert and filmmaker, working on new feature and short projects

Mass Communication Screenwriting Postproduction Film & Video Directing Field Production

Greg Garrett, Ph.D.

Professor, Department of English · Baylor University

Popular theologian and cultural critic, exploring the intersections between film and popular culture, literature, religion, and politics.

Public Speaking Media Resource Creative Writing Religion and Culture Popular Culture and Society

Dexter Gabriel, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of History · University of Connecticut

Dexter Gabriel's research interests include the history of slavery, resistance, and freedom in the Black Atlantic.

Black Atlantic Slavery Slavery in Popular Culture Abolition and Emancipation

Anupama Prabhala

Associate Professor, Film, TV and Media Studies · Loyola Marymount University

School of Film and Television

Indian Literature in Translation Postcolonial Theory Comparative Modernities Melodrama Silent and Early Sound Cinema

Hezekiah L. Lewis III, MFA

Assistant Professor of Communication | College of Liberal Arts and Sciences · Villanova University

Hezekiah Lewis, MFA, is an expert on film, from both thematic and technical standpoints, and has directed and produced short films.

Communication Screenwriting Documentary Film Making Film Direction Film Studies

Art Nomura

Professor Emeritus, School of Film and Television Studies · Loyola Marymount University

Art Nomura is a Fullbright Research Scholar (Japan, 2003) who has worked as a painter, sculptor, potter, filmmaker and New Media artist

New Media Documentary Video Art Narrative Film Production