Teaching


The Conformist (1970), Bernardo Bertolucci

The Conformist (1970), Bernardo Bertolucci

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR (TENURED)

New Jersey City University, undergraduate courses which include: History of Film I and II, History and Theory of Avant-Garde Film,, Italian Cinema, Film Aesthetics, International Cinemas, The Horror Film, Film and Historical Trauma, Film Noir, Race and Ethnicity in Film, New York Stories, Contemporary European Cinema, Women and Film, The Films of Francis Coppola and Martin Scorsese, Introduction to Media Studies. 2004-Present.

ADJUNCT Associate PROFESSOR

New York University, Undergraduate Lecture Course, Cinema Studies, "Utopia/Dystopia: Cinematic Visions of the Future" Fall, 2016.

New York University, Tisch School of the Arts, Advanced Undergraduate Seminar "Downtown New York Art and Film, 1970s and 1980s," Spring, 2016.

Guest Lecture

New York University, “The Conditions of the Cinematic in Late 1970s Film and Art,” April 7, 2014.

Visiting Assistant Professor

University of California at Los Angeles, graduate and undergraduate courses: Genre and Society, courses on Classical and Postmodern Film Genres, including, the Horror Film, the Western, the Musical, the Crime Film, as well as courses on Hollywood and the Blacklist, the Representation of Italian Ethnicity in American Film. 1990-2002.

Adjunct Assistant Professor

University of Southern California, graduate and undergraduate courses which included: International Sound Film, Film and the Fine Arts, Film and Postmodernism, the Avant-Garde Film, the Films of Francis Coppola and Martin Scorsese, Photography and Film, the Crime Film, the Representation of Italian Ethnicity in American Film. 1989-2002.

University of California at Santa Barbara, undergraduate courses which included: the Avant-Garde Film and Film and the Fine Arts. 1989.

Rutgers University (Newark), Film History, Summer, undergraduate courses, History of Film. 1985-1987.