I’m a professor of film history and film theory at Universidade Federal da Bahia since May 2017.
French and Francophone Film and Literature
Film History and Theory
gothic fiction, American realism and naturalism, class studies, film history, composition pedagogy, service learning
Film History, Visual Culture, Trauma/Collective Memory Studies, Violence, Witness Literature, Childhood Studies
Professor of Brazilian Film History and Audiovisual Preservation in the Film and Video Department at Federal Fluminense University, Niterói, Brazil. Coordinator of LUPA – UFF (Audiovisual Preservation Academic Lab): http://www.cinevi.uff.br/lupa/
film especially 1939-1950 American film, text-to-film adaptation studies, reception studies, history of the novel, 18th and 19th century British literature, Shakespeare, poetry, etymology, psychological analysis of literature and film
Author, Art History for Filmmakers (Bloomsbury 2016) | Researcher and TECHNE Fellow, Art History and Cinema Studies | Centre for Research in Film and Audiovisual Cultures | Dept Media, Culture & Language | University of Roehampton | London
Jun Okada is Associate Professor in Visual and Media Arts at Emerson College. Her research centers on Asian American film and video, as well as global art cinema and film culture. She published Making Asian American Film and Video: History, Institutions, Movements, with Rutgers University Press in March 2015.
Shakespeare; Renaissance literature and culture; history of Shakespearean criticism; literature, religion, and warfare; Shakespeare on film