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Emeriti Faculty

Professor Emerita, Literature
Twentieth-century Latin(o) American visual media, particularly film; melodrama as a transnational form; gender and authorship; history, cultures, and representations of California, particularly the Central Coast.
Portrait of Teresa de Lauretis
Distinguished Professor Emerita of History of Consciousness
Semiotics, psychoanalysis, feminism, film theory, literary theory, queer theory.
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Research Professor/Professor Emerita of Latin American and Latino Studies
Cultural studies, transnational feminist theories, Chiana/o and Latina/o cinema.
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Distinguished Professor Emerita of History of Consciousness
Feminist theory, cultural and historical studies of science and technology, relation of life and human sciences, human-animal relations, and animal studies.
Professor Emeritus, Film & Digital Media
Film and video directing, editing, cinematography, videography, digital image generation and screenwriting.
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Professor Emeritus, Film & Digital Media
Film and video directing and editing, video theory and history, video installation, screenwriting, documentary production.
Portrait of David S. Marriott
Professor of History of Consciousness
Poetics, black cultural theory and philosophies of race, psychoalaysis, Fanon, Afro-pessimism
Professor Emerita, Film & Digital Media
Digital and electronic media theory and criticism, media art, media history, technology and culture, film history and theory, German cinema, documentary and science fiction.
Professor Emeritus, Film and Digital Media
Critical archival studies; personal and institutional recordkeeping; access to the cultural record; media and social change; ephemeral cinema; amateur and home movies; participatory documentary; digital scholarship; cinema and public history
Professor Emerita, Social Documentation Program and Film + Digital Media Department
Documentary film and video, new queer cinema, feminist film history, Latin American and Latino/a cinema, American independent film, the essay film, the politics of film festivals, cinephilia, slow cinema, and the marketing of foreign films in the U.S.
Professor Emeritus - Art Department