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Perfecto, igual yo… Cynthia Tompkins Professor of Spanish, SILC Affiliate Faculty, Dept. of English & Environmental Humanities Spanish Advisor-Barrett the Honors College Arizona State University From: Avi Santo <noreply@hcommons.org> Reply-To: “a3fbfd6d382b648ce2bcee5f9ea5e5ed0e9a7fd667c16f63eee33b9ec17d959c817f90afa23d050c5c2ef46bdf602569@reply.hcommons.org” <a3fbfd6d382b648ce2bcee5f9ea5e5ed0e9a7fd667c16f63eee33b9ec17d959c817f90afa23d050c5c2ef46bdf602569@reply.hcommons.org> Date: Monday, December 18, 2017 at 8:10 AM To: Cynthia Tompkins <Cynthia.Tompkins@asu.edu> Subject: [Humanities Commons] Avi Santo started the topic CFP: Special issue […]

MemberDonald F. Larsson

I am now a Professor Emeritus, officially retired in May 2015; however, my academic interest continue:

Film studies, narrative studies, 19th and 20th century American literature, interdisciplinary humanities
Professional interests: Accreditation issues, shared governance, assessment and learning outcomes, developments in online course offerings
I have served as Chair of the English Department and as Director of the small Humanities Program at Minnesota State University, Mankato. I have also served as campus and statewide President of the Inter Faculty Organization, the collective bargaining unit for faculty members teaching in the seven state universities of the Minnesota State Colleges & Universities (MnSCU) system. I am a continuing Peer Reviewer for the Higher Learning Commission, which accredits higher learning institutions from West Virginia to Arizona. My most recent activities have included participation in certificate programs in online teaching, publication of annotated bibliographies on Orson Welles and on Narrative for Oxford Bibliographies Online (Film), a presentation at the 1st Global Conference on Hollywood & the World, in Sydney Australia, organizing and leading an MLA Convention panel on director Michael Haneke, and book reviews for Film Quarterly, Film Criticism, and other journals.

MemberSérgio Dias Branco

Sérgio Dias Branco is Assistant Professor of Film Studies at the University of Coimbra, where he coordinates the image and film studies in the Art Studies course and directs the MA in Art Studies. He has taught at the Nova University of Lisbon and at the University of Kent, where he was awarded a PhD in Film Studies. He is a Researcher at Nova Institute of Philosophy (IFILNOVA), an Associate Reseacher at the Centre of 20th Century Interdisciplinary Studies (CEIS20) at the University of Coimbra, and an invited member of the film criticism group “The Magnifying Class” at the University of Oxford. His research work focuses on the aesthetics and poetics of works of the moving image, in their relations with philosophy, history, marxism, and religion. He has been a member of the Direction Board of the Association of Moving Image Researchers (AIM) since 2014.