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About Joanne Clarke Dillman

My work is on the intersection of issues of gender, class and power in American visual culture, with an emphasis on film.
My book, "Women and Death in Film, Television and News: Dead But Not Gone," was published in November, 2014.

I teach a variety of film classes, from Feminist Perspectives to Media Genres to Film Theory and Aesthetics, among others. I also teach an Introduction to Screenwriting class.

Positions

Present Lecturer, University of Washington Tacoma School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences
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Honors and Awards

  • UWT Outstanding Women Award (2012)

Courses

  • TCORE 104, Introduction to Visual Culture (Humanities)
  • TFILM 350, Introduction to Screenwriting
  • TFILM 486, Feminist Perspectives in Film and Literature
  • TFILM 485, Media Genres: Conspiracy Thrillers
  • TFILM 481, Film, Theory and Aesthetics
  • TFILM 386, Silent Cinema
  • TFILM 348, Film and Human Values
  • TFILM 272, Intro to Film Studies

Education

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M.F.A., Columbia University ‐ School of the Arts
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A.B., Brown University ‐ English & American Literature
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PhD, George Mason University ‐ Graduate School of Arts & Sciences
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