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PhD Alumni

Alessia Cecchet
Stop motion animation, cinematography, animal representation, animal death

Anita Chang
Ph.D in Film and Digital Media, 2016

Christina Corfield
Ph.D in Film and Digital Media, 2018

Marc Francis
Ph.D in Film and Digital Media, 2018

Elaine Gan
Ph.D in Film and Digital Media, 2016

Fabiola Hanna
Memory, history, nation, community, political struggle, and identity

Rana Jarbou
Documentary, counter-narratives, social movements, identity, gender, Arabic graffiti, spatiality

Alex Johnston
Ph.D in Film and Digital Media, 2018

S. Topiary Landberg (aka Samuael Topiary)
Documentary, landscape, urban studies, environmental activism.
Exit Zero: An Atlas of One City Block Through Time
Kiki Loveday (née Kerrie Welsh)
Feminist Film Praxis, Women’s and Queer Film Historiography, Technology and Social Change

Karl Mendonca
Participatory Art

Ryan Page
Noise, mediation, DIY electronics, semiotics of consumer media technologies, signal interference

Ian Alan Paul
Ph.D in Film and Digital Media, 2016

Ebadur Rahman
Film and digital media as a radically new form of public forum, new media, participatory archive, and open subjectivity.

Brian Rogers
Ph.D in Film and Digital Media, 2017

Francesca Romeo
Surveillance/sousveillance/dataveillance studies, conceptual documentary practice, cinema of social justice, intervention art, media archeology, and experimental histories

Daniel Rudin
Film and documentary studies, Philippine studies, expanded documentary, transmedia, spatial montage, public sphere, counterpublics, multimedia journalism, art history and theory, labor

Benjamin Schultz-Figueroa
Ph.D in Film and Digital Media, 2018

Casondra Sobieralski
Immersive environments for teaching history/archaeology – especially buried women’s history – in embodied and interactive ways.

Kara Stone
Interested in exploring the role of art in the on-going process of healing, in relation to playful interactive technological art and post-human bodies

Rolando Vargas
archival audiovisual, video installation, documentary film, Colombia, exile in Latin America.

Elia Vargas
Committed to a practice based in conceptual, intellectual, and historical consideration of video, performance, sound, and the cultural framework of place.