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CURRICULUM VITAE

MICHELLE CITRON

Department of Interdisciplinary Arts
Columbia College
916 S. Wabash
Chicago, IL 60605
e-mail: mcitron@colum.edu or michelle@michellecitron.com

EDUCATION:

B.S. University of Massachusetts - Amherst,1970, Magna Cum Laude, Honors in Psychology
M.S. University of Wisconsin - Madison, 1971, Educational Psychology
Ph.D. University of Wisconsin - Madison, 1974, Interdisciplinary Cognitive Studies

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

Professor, Department of Interdisciplinary Arts, Columbia College Chicago 2013 - present
Chair, Department of Interdisciplinary Arts, Columbia College Chicago 2006 - 2012
Associate Dean, Graduate School, Northwestern University 1999 - 2002
Director, Center for Interdisciplinary Research in the Arts, Northwestern University 1997 - 2005
Professor, Department of Radio/Television/Film, Northwestern University
Chair, Department of Radio/Television/Film, Northwestern University 1992 - 1994
Head of Production, Dept of Radio/Television/Film, Northwestern University 1983 - 1990
Associate Professor, Dept of Radio/Television/Film, Northwestern University 1983 - 1995
Assistant Professor, Dept Radio/Television/Film, Northwestern University 1978 - 1983
Faculty, William James College, Grand Valley State University 1975 - 1978
Assistant Professor of Communications, Dept. of RTF, Temple University 1974 - 1975

FILMOGRAPHY/VIDEOGRAPHY/NEW MEDIA (with Selected Screenings)

Queerfeast.com (1999 - 2014) Website installation of four interactive and linear narratives.

Leftovers (2014) Digital Narrative. Producer, director, writer, editor.

Mixed Greens (2004) CD-ROM. Interactive Narrative. Producer, director, writer, editor, visual and interactive design. A do-it-yourself movie about identity, belonging, and the things we desire.
Society of Cinema and Media Studies, Chicago 2006
Structural Elements, Chicago City Arts Gallery 2006
Viper International Festival of Film Video and New Media, Basel, Switzerland 2006
Society for Literature, Science, and the Arts, Chicago 2005
Gene Siskel Film Center, Chicago 2005
SeNef, Seoul Net Festival 2005
iDEAs Exhibition, International Digital Media and Arts Association, Orlando 2005
UFVA Conference Exhibition, University of Toledo 2004
Console-ing Passions, Zeitgeist Multidisciplinary Arts Center 2004
VAD Festival Internacional de Video I Arts Digital, Girona, Spain 2004

JEWISH LOOKS (2002) Web-based essay/artwork. Producer, writer, visual and interactive design. A meditation on identity and assimilation. Created for: SFOnline, an online journal published by the Barnard Center for Research on Women, Barnard College. Issue 1.3, Winter 2003: Changing Focus: Photography and American Jewish Identity.

COCKTAILS & APPETIZERS (2001) Producer, design, writer, director. CD-ROM. Interactive narrative about women looking at women, butch/femme, and falling in love.
iDEAs Exhibition, International Digital Media and Arts Association, Orlando 2005
New World Gallery @ Radio Free Hamptons, Sag Harbor, NY 2004
Version >02: Digitalartsconvergence, Museum of Contemporary Arts/Chicago 2002
SeNef, Seoul Net Festival, Seoul Korea 2002
Contact Zones: the art of the CD-ROM, Nickle Arts Museum, University of Calgary 2002
Visibilla-Bologna 2002
Madrid Lesbian and Gay Film Festival 2002
Kino im Schulz, Cologne, Germany 2002
13th Paris Lesbian Film Festival 2001
17th Berlin Lesbian Film Festival 2001
UFVA Conference, Rochester 2001
London Lesbian and Gay Film Festival 2001
Houston Lesbian and Gay Film Festival 2001
Dallas Videofest 2001
MIX/NYC Gay and Lesbian Experimental Festival 2000

AS AMERICAN AS APPLE PIE (1999) Producer, design, writer, director. CD-ROM. Interactive narrative about food, sex, and family. Incorporated into, "HOME," Annette Barbier project director.
iDEAs Exhibition, International Digital Media and Arts Association, Orlando 2005
Version >02: Digitalartsconvergence, Museum of Contemporary Arts/Chicago 2002
SeNef, Seoul Net Festival, Seoul Korea 2002
Kino im Schulz, Cologne, Germany 2002
UFVA Conference, Rochester 2001
London Lesbian & Gay Film Fest 2001
GiG 2.0 Center Portion Gallery, Chgo, 2000
Zoie Int'l Film Fest, online. 1st Prize, best exper film 2000
Outfest/LA 2000
Dallasvideo Fest 2000
Society for Cinema Studies 2000
Handbags & Hardware, London 2000
Intermedia Arts, Mpls 2000
Art in Motion Festival 2000
MIX/NYC Gay and Lebian Experimental Festival 1999
Mill Valley Film Festival 1999
Interactive Frictions Conference, USC 1999

VISUAL AIDS (1997) Producer. 15 min. Two companion videos on HIV/AIDS, one from the perspective of high-school age heterosexual latinas; the other from the perspective university age gay men.
Mary and Leigh Block Gallery, Northwestern University. Feb 1997.
State of Illinois Building. May 1997 .
GREAT EXPECTATIONS (1988) Co-producer, co-director, co-writer (with Michael Hyde & Gordon Quinn). 15 min. Documentary/narrative on high tech medicine.

MOTHER RIGHT (1983), Producer, writer, director, camera, editor. 25 min. Documentary video about my mother.
Southern Circuit Tour of 6 cities sponsored by South Carolina Arts Commission and NEA, l983:
New Orleans Contemporary Arts Center,
Birmingham Museum of Art,
University of South Carolina,
Georgia State University,
Southwestern University at Memphis,
College of Charleston, juried

WHAT YOU TAKE FOR GRANTED...(1983), Producer, director, writer, editor. 75 min. Experimental narrative about women and work.
Cincinnati Museum 1989
American Association of University Women, Chgo 1988
Gay Film Festival, Australian Film Institute 1987
United Nations "End of the Decade" Women's International Conference, Nairobi, Kenya l985
New York Gay and Lesbian Film Festival 1985
INDEPENDENT FOCUS, WNET-13, PBS, NYC. May 12, l985
Luna Films, Festival of Women's Films, Rome 1984
Northwest Film Study Center, Portland Art Museum 1984
Neighborhood Film Project & Second Sex Simone de Bouvoir Conference, University of Pennsylvania 1984
Society for Cinema Studies Conference, Madison 1984
Tynedale International Film Festival 1983
London Film Festival 1983
Documentary Seminar, Films in the Cities, St. Paul l984
Independent Features Market, NYC 1883
IMAGE Film/Video, Reel Women Film Fest, Atlanta 1983
Edinburgh International Film Festival 1983
Flaherty Film Seminar 1983
National Women's Studies Association Conf, OSU 1983
Film Center, Art Institute of Chicago, 1983

DAUGHTER RITE (1978), Producer, director, writer, editor, cinematographer. 55 min. Experimental narrative about mothers and daughters.
Women's Film Fesitval, Seoul 2006
Walker Art Center 1999
Museum of Modern Art 1997
Museum of Contemp Art,"Art in Chicago 1945-1995" 1996
Non-mainstream Filmic Practices Conf, Un of Graz 1996
National Film Archive of the Republic of China 1994
Women Make Waves Film Festival, Taipei 1994
Whitney Museum of American Art 1992
Women'sInternational Film Festival, Sydney, Aust 1993
SBS-TV, Australia 1991
MMLA 1991
Hong Kong Arts Center 1990
"Partners in Purchase: Selected Works, 1976-87," Art Institute of Chicago 1989
Wellington Intil Women's Film Fest, New Zealand 1988
Honolulu Academy of the Arts 1986
Rio de Janeiro International Film Festival 1985
WomanScene Film Festival, Rochester 1985
INDEPENDENT FOCUS/WNET-13, PBS, NYC, July 3, l983
National Women's Studies Association Conf, OSU 1983
Boston Film/Video Foundation 1983
Southern Circuit Tour of 6 cities sponsored by South Carolina Arts Commission and NEA, l983:
    New Orleans Contemporary Arts Center,
    Birmingham Museum of Art,
    University of South Carolina,
    Georgia State University,
    Southwestern University at Memphis,
    College of Charleston American Film Institute, Kennedy Center, Wash DC 1983
Northwest Film Study Center 1983
National Film Theatre, Australia 1981
Int'l Conf of Women Film & VideoMakers, Amsterd 1981
Modern Language Association,Houston 1981
Denver Center Cinema 1981
New Directors/New Films, Film Preserve, Sante Fe 1980
New Directors/New Films, Museum of Modern Art 1980
Berlin International Film Festival 1980
Little Bit Ritzy Cinema, London, theatrical run 1979
Neighborhood Film Project, Annenberg Cinematheque1979
The Milky Way, European Festival of Women's Culture, Amsterdam 1979
Edinburgh International Film Festival 1979
American Film Festival, NYC 1979 Finalist
Alternative Cinema Conference, Bard College 1979
Athens International Film Festival 1979 Golden Athena, Best Experimental Narrative 1979
Walker Art Center 1979

CLAIRE ZEISLER: TEXTILE ARTIST (1979), Artistic Consultant and Cinematographer. 31 minutes. Documentary on the artist.
    Conference on Women in Art, Un of Pittsburgh 1980
    Moore College of Art, Philadelphia 1979

BIRTH TAPES (1977), Videomaker. 60 min. Documentary.

SECRETARY TAPES (1976), Videomaker (with Fina Bathrick). Five 30 min tapes. Documentary.

PARTHENOGENESIS (1975), Filmmaker. 25 min. Experimental documentary on two women musicians.
    WHA-TV, PBS Madison, Wisconsin 1976
    Edinburgh International Film Festival 1975

INTEGRATION (1974), Filmmaker. 8 min. Experimental.     WTVS-PBS, Detroit, March 1978
    Anthology Film Archives, NYC 1977
    13th Ann Arbor Film Festival 1975
    4th Annual Int'l Women's Film Festival,Philadelphia 1975
    Womanview Refocus, Iowa City 1974
    Films by Women/Chicago 1974

APRIL 3, 1973 (1973), Filmmaker, 3 min. Experimental.

SELF DEFENSE (1973), Filmmaker, 4 min. Experimental.     Anthology Film Archives, NYC 1977
4th Annual Int'l Women's Film Fest, Philadelphia 1975
    Womanview Refocus, Iowa City 1974
    Films by Women/Chicago 1974

DISTRIBUTION

Women Make Movies, USA
CinemaNova, Great Britain
Cinemien, Netherlands
Australian Film Institute, Australia
Freunde de Deutschen Kinemathek, Germany
Video Out Distribution, Canada
B & W Studio, Taiwan

PLAYS and PERFORMANCE

Speaking the Unspeakable: How We Talk When Words Fail, performance on the language of power and the family. C.J. Jung Institute/Chicago, Jan. 14, 1994. Van Zelst Professor of Communications Lecture, Northwestern University, November 10, 1992.

The Simple Act of Seeing, performance on mothers, daughters, and autobiography. Chicago Institute for Psychoanalysis, Chicago Cultural Center, May 8, 1993.

Pandora (1991), Writer and director. One-act play. Produced by CITY LIT THEATER, theatrical run April 15-May 14, 1991.


AWARDS AND DISTINCTIONS

Faculty Development Grant, Columbia, College Chicago 2013
Faculty Development Grant, Columbia College Chicago 2007
Center for Interdisciplinary Research in the Arts Grant 2003
Illinois Arts Council, Artists Fellowship in New Media 2002
University Research Grants Committee Award 2001
Who's Who in America, 51st edition
Who's Who in the Midwest, 22nd edition
Who's Who American Women, 19th edition
Who's Who in Entertainment, 2nd edition
Illinois Arts Council, Fellowship in Screenwriting, 1995
Van Zelst Research Professor in Communications, 1991-92
Illinois Arts Council, Technical Assistance Grant, 1990
Educational Excellence Grant, Northwestern University, 1990
Alumnae Board Distinguished Professorship Award, 1990
Kellogg Foundation Grant, 1988
University Research Grants Committee, Northwestern University, 1987
Institute for Media Studies Grant, Northwestern University, 1987
National Endowment for the Humanities, Media Planning Grant, 1986
National Endowment for the Arts, Independent Filmmaker Grant, 1985, screenwriting
Illinois Arts Council, Fellowship in Film, l985
Illinois Arts Council, Chairman's Grant, 1985
National Endowment for the Arts, Independent Filmmaker Grant, 1981, production

PUBLICATIONS

Book

Home Movies and Other Necessary Fictions. University of Minnesota Press, 1999

Kraszna-Krausz Moving Image Book Award, Special Commendation 1999
Society for Cinema Studies Kovacs Book Award, Special Commendation 1999
Outstanding Book, Organization for the Study of Communication, Language and Gender, 2000

Book Chapters

"Slipping the Borders/Shifting the Fragments," in There She Goes: Feminist Filmmaking and Beyond, ed. Corinne Columpar & Sophie Mayer, Wayne State University Press, 2009

"What’s Wrong With This Picture," in Picturing Texts, Ed. Lester Faigley, Diana George, Anna Palchik, and Cynthia Selfe W.W. Norton, New York, 2003

Chapter-length interview in Women of Vision: Histories in Feminist Film and Video, ed. Alexandra Juhasz, University of Minnesota Press, 2001

"Fleeing from Documentary: The Ethics of Autobiographical Filmmaking," in Feminism and Documentary, ed. Diane Waldman and Janet Walker, University of Minnesota Press, 1999.


"Women's Film Production: Going Mainstream," in The Female Spectator: Looking at Film and TV, ed. E. Deidre Pribram, Verso Press, London and Routledge, Chapman & Hart. 1988.

Articles

"Concerning DAUGHTER RITE," Journal of Film & Video, Vol. 38, No 3-4, Summer-Fall 1986

"Michelle Citron," in The Hand That Holds The Camera: Interviews with Women Film and Video Directors, by Lynn Fieldman Miller, Garland Press, NY, 1988.

"Exploring What We Take For Granted: Interview with Michelle Citron," Mimi White, Afterimage, December 1984

"If I Even Stop Believing...", Heresies, No 16, Fall 1983

National Women's Studies Conference," Quarterly Review of Film Studies, Vol 9, No 2, Spring 84, p. 64

"The Woman with the Movie Camera: Strategies for Teaching Film Production to Women," co-authored with Ellen Seiter. Jump Cut, No 26, Fall 1981. Reprinted in, Jump Cut: Hollywood, Politics, and Counter Cinema, ed. Peter Steven, Between the Lines, Toronto, 1985

"Lesbians & Film," Co-edited with E. Becker, J. Lesage, B.R. Rich, Special Section, Jump Cut, No 24/25, Spring 1981. Reprinted in, Jump Cut: Hollywood, Politics, and Counter Cinema, ed. Peter Steven, Between the Lines, Toronto, 1985; and Out in Culture: Lesbian, Gay and Queer Essays in Popular Culture, ed. Alexander Doty & Corey K. Creekmeer, Duke University Press, 1995

"Films of Jan Oxenberg," Jump Cut, No 24/25, Spring 1981. Reprinted in, Jump Cut: Hollywood, Politics, and Counter Cinema, ed. Peter Steven, Between the Lines, Toronto, 1985; and Films for Women, Ed. Charlotte Brunsdon, BFI Books, British Film Institute, London, 1986

"Women & Film: A Discussion of Feminist Aesthetics," New German Critique, No 13, Winter 1978. Reprinted, Frauen & Film, 21, Sept. 1979

"Carrie Meets Marathon Man," Jump Cut, No 14, Spring 1977


CONFERENCE PAPERS & PRESENTATIONS

"Is this Cinema: narrative and the digital," Chicago Film Seminar, Chicago 2010

Documentary Film and Feminism, Punta del Vista International Documentary Film Festival, Pamplona Spain 2010

Videophiles and Video Files: the internet life of the moving image, Society for and Media Studies, Chicago 2006

Feminist Visualities, Cornell University 2007

"Image, Sense, Technology," Panel Chair and presenter, Society for Literture, Science, and the Arts, Chicago 2005

"New Digital Cinema: Narrative and Interactivity," National Film Theatre, British Film Institute, London 2001

"Meeting the Challenges of Teaching Production in a University Environment," Opening Plenary Session, UFVA, Rochester 2001

"The Alchemy of Experience and Imagination: The Voice of Personal Documentary," Panel Moderator, UFVA, Rochester 2001

"Narrative and Trauma: Two Films About Rape," Int'l Society for Traumatic Stress Studies, San Antonio 2000

"Trauma Across Disciplines: Contributing to the Humanities and Social Sciences," specialty training course, Int’l Society for Traumatic Stress Studies, Miami, Nov 1999

"Borders and Fragments," Interactive Frictions, USC, June 1999.

"The autobiographical/biographical conundrum," Visible Evidence, SFSU, August 1998.

"Outside and Inside the Mainstream: Experimental Film," keynote address at Non-Mainstream Filmic Practices Conference, University of Graz, Austria, June 13, 1996

"A Journey without End," panel on the creative process, Live Bait Theater, Chicago, Sept 21, 1994

"the vibration of experience: The Self Constructs Images of the Self," paper presented at UFVA Conference, Temple University, August 1993

"The Unreliable Aesthetic," paper presented at Documenting Fictions Conference: The Documentary Dimensions of the Fiction Film, Bibliotheque Nationale, Luxembourg, June 17-19, 1993, juried

"What's Wrong with this Picture," paper presented at International Semiotics Society, October 1991

"Pornography in a Post-Modern Work," respondent to "The Pleasures of Looking: Pornography, The Messe Commission, and Performance, City Lit Theatre, July 13, 1991

"Pandora," Respondent to Laura Mulvey, CIRA, Apr 4, 1990

"Autobiographical Filmmaking," paper presented at Society for Cinema Studies Conference, Wash DC., May 1990

"Redefining Women's Work," paper presented at "Viewpoints: A Conference on Women, Culture, & Public Media." Hunter College, November 7-9, 1986

"Objectivity/subjectivity in Narrative and Documentary," American Museum for the Moving Image, seminar on Philosophy and Film, invited paper, April 19, 1986

"Sex, Race, & Music Videos," Cornell Cinema, Johnson Museum, February 16, 1986; Visual Studies Workshop, Rochester, February 19, 1985; Film in the Cities, Minneapolis, July 1985, invitational

"Autobiographical Film," Conference on "The Real, The Reader," invited paper, University of Minnesota, 1985

"Applying Feminist Film Theory," Second Sex Simone de Bouvoir Conference, University of Pennsylvania, invited paper, Apr 1984

"Documentary Filmmaking: Aesthetics & Political Questions," Symposium of Women Made Films, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, invited paper, October 1983

"Feminist Film Criticism," Paper, National Women's Studies Conference, Also, Retrospective of films and panel on "Daughter Rite: Mainstreaming Feminist Expression." Ohio State University, June 1983

"Politics, Aesthetics, & Audience," Workshop, Neighborhood Film Project, International House, Philadelphia, April 7, 1983, invitational

"Women in Filmmaking," Symposium of "Women in Film III," American Film Institute, Kennedy Center, Wash DC, March 1983, invitational

"Feminist Film Theory and Aesthetics," Canadian Images Film Conference, invited paper, Trent University, Ontario, March 14, 1982

"Strategies for a More Progressive Aesthetic," International Feminist Film/Video Conference, invited paper, Amsterdam, May 1981

"The Film Body," Milwaukee Conference on "Cinema & Film, Conditions of Presence,", University of Wisconsin/Milwaukee, Center for 20 C. Studies, March 1980, invitational

"Feminist Film Criticism in Jump Cut", Edinburgh International Film Festival, Conference on "Feminism & Film," invited paper, August 1979


FILMS IN THE COLLECTION OF: (selected)

Arizona State University
Art Institute of Chicago
Australian Film and Television School
Barnard College
Bates College
Brown University
California State University - Sacramento
Carleton University
Central Connecticut University
CIC Film Collection (consortium of Big Ten Universities andothers including -
    University of Wisconsin,
    Wayne State,
    Pennsylvania State,
    University of Iowa,
    University of Minnesota,
    Michigan State)
CUNY system
DePaul University
Donnell Media Center, New York Public Library
ELTE Media Studies Center, Budapest, Hungary
Evergreen State College
Film Society of Seoul Korea
Franklin and Marshall College
George Mason University
George Washington University
Hong Kong University
Indiana University
Loyola Notre Dame
Loyola University
Monash University, Australia
National University of Singapore
New Hampshire Department of Education
New York University
Ohio State University
Ohio University
Pennsylvania State University
Queens University, Canada
Rutgers University
San Francisco State University
Stanford University
St. John's University
Swarthmore College
Temple University
University of Alberta
University of Arizona
University of California - Irvine
University of California - Riverside
University of Florida
University of Illinois
University of Massachusetts - Amherst
University of Melbourne, Australia
University of Toronto
Wayne State University
USDA Forest Service
Yale University

VISITING ARTIST/SCREENINGS/LECTURES (Selected)

University of Quebec, Montreal 2007
Concordia
University, Montreal 2007
Memphis College of Art 2006
Columbia College 2004, 2005; and Creative Non-Fiction Week: Border Crossing, 2004
School of the Art Institute of Chicago 2004
University of Arizona 2003
Temple University 2001
National Film Theatre, British Film Institute 2001
University of Southern California, Cinema Studies 1999
Film Center, School of the Art Institute of Chicago 1999
New York University, Cinema Studies 1999
University of Graz, Austria 1996
Hong Kong University, Comparative Literature 1994
The Chinese University of Hong Kong & Hong Kong American Center 1994
University of North Texas, Department of Radio, TV, and Film 1994
University of Illinois, Center for Research on Women and     Gender 1993
University of Michigan, Film/Video Studies 1993
PRAXIS: Canadian Film Development Workshop, Guest     Director, Vancouver 1989
DePaul University, Master of Arts in Liberal Studies     Program 1988
School of the Art Inst of Chicago, Film Department 1987
Wellesley College, Department of Philosophy 1986
University of Chicago, Department of English 1986
SUNY-Binghamton, Women in the Arts 1986
University of New Hampshire, Department of English 1986
Cornell Cinema, Johnson Museum 1986
Cornell University, Department of Performing Arts 1986
University of Rochester 1985
Visual Studies Workshop, Rochester 1985
Temple University, Department of Radio, TV, Film 1984
New York University, Cinema Studies 1982
The John Hopkins University 1982
Canadian Images Film Festival & Conf, Trent Un, Ont 1982
Big Muddy Film Festival, Carbondale 1982
(Retrospective)
University of Illinois, Chicago, Department of English 1982
Rutgers University, Department of English 1981
Athens International Film Festival, Athens, OH 1981 (Retrospective)
University of Colorado, Department of Film 1981
University of Wisc/Madison, "Ideas & Issues Series"     1981
University of Chicago, Department of English 1981
Indiana University, Film Department 1980
Ohio State University, Department of Cinema & Photography 1980 (Retrospective)
Michigan State University, Women's Studies Program 1980

BOOKS & ARTICLES on my work (selected)

"Identity, interactivity, and performativity in Michelle Citron’s Queer Feast", Kathleen Scott, JumpCut, No. 54, Fall 2012.

"If I Am (Not) For Myself," Sophie Mayer, in The Cinema of Me: Self and Subjectivity in First-Person Documentary, Ed. Alisa Lebow, Columbia University Press, NY, 2012

"Making Media: Foundations of Sound and Image Production," Jan Roberts-Breslin, Focal Press, NY, 2002


"Daughter Rite" and "Daughters of Chaos," Studien zum amerikanischen Dokumentarfilm, Susan Rieser and Klaus Rieser-Wohlfarter, Wissenschaftlicher, Trier, Germany 1996

"Concerning DAUGHTER RITE," Journal of Film & Video, Vol. 38, No 3-4, Summer-Fall 1986

"Michelle Citron," in The Hand That Holds The Camera: Interviews with Women Film and Video Directors, by Lynn Fieldman Miller, Garland Press, NY, 1988.

"Exploring What We Take For Granted: Interview with Michelle Citron," Mimi White, Afterimage, December 1984

"If I Even Stop Believing...", Heresies, No 16, Fall 1983

"The Woman with the Movie Camera: Strategies for Teaching Film Production to Women," co-authored with Ellen Seiter. Jump Cut, No 26, Fall 1981. Reprinted in, Jump Cut: Hollywood, Politics, and Counter Cinema, ed. Peter Steven, Between the Lines, Toronto, 1985

"Lesbians & Film," Co-edited with E. Becker, J. Lesage, B.R. Rich, Special Section, Jump Cut, No 24/25, Spring 1981. Reprinted in, Jump Cut: Hollywood, Politics, and Counter Cinema, ed. Peter Steven, Between the Lines, Toronto, 1985; and Out in Culture: Lesbian, Gay and Queer Essays in Popular Culture, ed. Alexander Doty & Corey K. Creekmeer, Duke University Press, 1995

"Films of Jan Oxenberg," Jump Cut, No 24/25, Spring 1981. Reprinted in, Jump Cut: Hollywood, Politics, and Counter Cinema, ed. Peter Steven, Between the Lines, Toronto, 1985; and Films for Women, Ed. Charlotte Brunsdon, BFI Books, British Film Institute, London, 1986

"Women & Film: A Discussion of Feminist Aesthetics," New German Critique, No 13, Winter 1978. Reprinted, Frauen & Film, 21, Sept. 1979

REVIEWS and EXTENDED CITATIONS (Selected)

Home Movies and Other Necessary Fictions, Aufderheide, Patricia, Feminist Studies, Spring 2001

Bonomo, Joe, The Georgia Review, Fall 1999 (Home Movies and Other Necessary Fictions)

Sherman, Suzan, Bomb, No. 68, Summer 1999 (Home Movies and Other Necessary Fictions)

Camper, Fred, Chicago Reader, Nov 13, 1999 (Home Movies and Other Necessary Fictions)

Inness, S.A., Choice, March 1999 (Home Movies and Other Necessary Fictions)

Publisher's Weekly, Oct 5, 1998 (Home Movies and Other Necessary Fictions)

Nowell-Smith, Geoffry, ed., The Oxford History of Cinema Worldwide, Oxford University Press, 1996

Bordwell, David & Kristin Thompson, Film History: An Introduction, McGraw-Hill, 1994

Kuhn, Annette, Women's Pictures: Feminism & Cinema, 2nd edition, Verso Press, London, 1994. (also, cover of first printing, 1983)

Carson, Diane, Linda Dittmar, and Janice Welsch, Multiple Voices in Feminist Film Criticism, University of Minnesota Press, 1994

Gallagher, Margaret, "Women and Men in the Media: Production and Media Content," Communication Research Trends, Vol 12, No 1, 1992, p.11

List, Christine, "Spies Like Us," Afterimage, Jan 1990

Kuhn, Annette, "Textual Politics," in Issues in Feminist Film Criticism, ed. Patricia Erens, Indiana University Press, 1990, pp. 250-267

George, Laura, J., "Reading the Revolution in Film and Television: A Review Essay," Feminisms, Vol 2, No 2, Spring 1989

Ellis, Jack, The Documentary Idea: A Critical History of Engligh-Language Documentary Film and Video, Prentice Hall, 1989

Turim, Maureen, "Household Effects in the Feminist Avant-Garde," Journal of Film & Video, Vol. 38, No. 3-4, Summer-Fall 1986

Rabinovitz, Lauren, "What You Take For Granted," Afterimage, Dec. 1984

Hulser, Kathleen, "Ten Cheap Movies and How They Got That Way," American Film, May 1984

Elam, JoAnn, "Working In A Man's World," Jump Cut, No 29, Winter 1983

Pena, Richard, "Diverse and Lively Makeup of Chi Indie Filmmakers," Variety, November 30, 1983

William's, Linda, "Women's Work," Reader, Chic, May 13, 1983. reprinted as "What You Take For Granted...", in New Challenges for Documentary, ed. Alan Rosenthal, University of California Press, Berkeley, 1988

Kaplan, E. Ann, Women and Film: Both Sides of the Camera, Methuen, NY & London, 1983. Chapter 12

Williams, Linda and B. Ruby Rich, "The Right of Re-Vision: Michelle Citron's DAUGHTER RITE," Film Quarterly, Vol. 25, No 1, Fall 1981, Reprinted in Movies & Methods, ed. William Nichols, University of California Press, Berkeley, 1986

Skye, Charlotte, Film Library Quarterly, Vol. 13, No 2-3, 1980

Canby, Vincent, The New York Times, Apr. 19, 1980

Feuer, Jane, "Living with Our Pain and Love," Jump Cut, No 23, Fall 1980

Clarke, Jane & H. Mackintosh, "Film Form Feminism," TimeOut, London, Oct 20, 1979

Malcom, Derek, The Guardian, London, Oct. 25, 1979

Rich, B. Ruby, "Remembering Mama," Reader, Chi, May 18,1979

COURSES TAUGHT

Aesthetics
Autobiographical film and art
Beginning production in still photography, video, and editing
Directing, all levels
Documentary History
Experimental Film
Feminist Film History, Criticism, & Theory
History of Film
Media Literacy
Interactive Narrative
16mm Film Production, non-sync & sync

ORGANIZATIONS

University Film/Video Association
Electronic Literature Organization
Association of Independent Video and Film
Chicago Filmmakers
Society for Cinema Studies
Women in Film/Chicago, founding board member

SERVICE TO THE PROFESSION

Ph.D. Evaluator, Griffiths University, Australia
External Evaluator, Program Review, Film Studies, Programs in Film and Stage and Screen Studies, Queens University 2005
Rockefeller Foundation, New Media Nominator 2005
External Evaluator, Program Review, Film & Electronic Arts, Cal State Long Beach 2002
"Creativity and Community," think tank created by PBS, Sundance Institute, July 2000
Board of Directors, University Film and Video Association (1995-97)
Consultant to the Provost, on the restructuring of Theater and Media Arts, Temple University, 1998.
External Evaluator, Program Review, Film and Media Arts, Hunter College, 1998.
External Evaluator, Program Review, Department of Film/Graduate Division, New York University, 1995
External Evaluator, Program Review, Department of Cinema & Television, UCLA, 1994
Regular reviewer for Macmillan Press, University of Minnesota Press 
Outside tenure reviewer for many universities including USC, Stanford, Notre Dame, Hunter College, and Southern Illinois University, University of California-Berkeley, University of California-Santa Cruz
ITVS media panel, 1992
National Endowment for the Humanities, Film & Video panel International Research & Exchanges Board (IREX), Cinema Panel Rockefeller Foundation, Media Arts Nominator, 1989, 1988

Illinois Humanities Council, Outside Evaluator, 1987
Illinois Arts Council, Artist's Advisory Board, 1983-85

National Endowment for the Arts, Film & Video Panel, l984, 1983
Athens International Film Festival, Juror, 1982, 1981
Illinois Arts Council, Film & Video Fellowship Panel, 1982

Big Muddy Film Festival, Juror, 1982
Student Academy Awards, Midwest Juror, 1981
MFA Critiques, School of the Art Institute, Chicago, 1988, 1980, 1979
Jump Cut editorial board
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