I’m a professor of film history and film theory at Universidade Federal da Bahia since May 2017.
Black literature, film, theory, Lacan, psychoanalysis, cultural theory, LGBT studies, women’s studies.
American and British Modernism; Modern Women writers; Gender and Feminist Theories; Representations of women in literature and film; Theories of Subjectivity; Literary Criticism; Critical Theory; Rhetorical Analysis
film theory, french film criticism, cinema studies, Queer studies, post human, trans human, cyborg studies, Science Fiction studies, Women , Gender and Sexuality studies, critical disability and body, body politics and theory,new weird and literature,ecocriticism, image and visual culture.
I teach courses on modern and contemporary Spanish literary history, cinema and culture and welcome inquiries from colleagues interested in film theory, narrative fiction, material culture, trash, comics and visual studies in Spain and Latin America.
Film Studies, Cultural Studies, Media Archaeology,Ephemerality, Vulnerability, Poststructuralism, New Media,Archival Studies, Animals and Animality, Fan Communities,Pornography Studies, Gay Pornography, New Queer Cinema,Feminist film theory, American Studies, Contemporary Cinema, Television Studies, and Ethnography
Dr. habil. Andras SZEKFU Ph.D. DLA – Film Historian, Media Sociologist Dr. Szekfu earned his MA and his doctor’s degree at Eötvös Loránd University Budapest. He speaks English, German, and some French. He has a Ph.D. from Pécs University, a habilitation at the University of West Hungary, Sopron, and a DLA in Film Studies from the University of Theater and Film, Budapest. Also, he is Titular Professor at Pécs University. Dr. Szekfu, now Professor Emeritus, was Head of the Department of Film Studies at King Sigismund University, Budapest. He has more than 140 publications in Hungarian, English, and German. His present fields of research are (Hungarian) documentary cinema and film theories of the silent era (Ivan Hevesy, Bela Balazs). Dr. Szekfu has been frequent lecturer at Hungarian, Czech and Romanian universities. Twice he was guest professor at Salzburg University, and for 9 Semesters he was guest lecturer at Vienna University. He is a founding member of the Hungarian Communication Studies Association where he was Vice President for two terms. Dr. Szekfu is the father of two adult sons and lives with his wife and their cat in the Huvosvolgy district of Budapest, Hungary.
Film, popular culture, literature, feminist theory, queer theory
Italian literature, culture, politics, art; literary theory; textual theories; philosophy; film studies;
French and Francophone Film and Literature
Film History and Theory