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Benjamin Schultz-Figueroa

Ph.D in Film and Digital Media, 2018
Assistant Professor in Film Studies at Seattle University
Dissertation Title: The Celluloid Specimen: Moving Image Research of Animal Life
Ph.D in Film and Digital Media, 2018
Education and Training: 
Ph.D. UC Santa Cruz, Film and Digital Media
M.A. The New School, Media Studies
B.A. Bard College, Film and Electronic Arts
Benjamin Schultz-Figueroa is an artist, writer, educator, and independent curator. Schultz-Figueroa has curated and screened works at such venues as Anthology Film Archives, Light Industry, Artists’ Television Access, Northwest Film Forum, and The Shanghai Biennial, and his writing has been published in The Brooklyn Rail, Culture Machine, and Photomeditations Machine. His work engages with questions surrounding nonhuman life as raised by critical animal studies and the moving image.