Arts of the Moving Image Certificate: Faculty     List alphabetically  by specialties  photos

Director:

  • Guo-Juin Hong, Associate Professor and Director of the Program in Arts of the Moving Image, (joint with Asian and Middle Eastern Studies)

Core Faculty:

  • Joshua M Gibson, Associate Professor of the Practice (joint with Art, Art History & Visual Studies)
  • Markos Hadjioannou, Andrew W. Mellon Assistant Professor (joint with Literature)
  • Anthony M. Kelley, Associate Professor of the Practice (joint with Music)
  • Michael M. Morton, Associate Professor of Germanic Languages & Literature, and Arts of the Moving Image (joint with Germanic Languages)
  • Carlos Rojas, Associate Professor of Chinese Cultural Studies, Women's Studies, and Arts of the Moving Image and Professor in Gender, Sexuality and Feminist Studies of Gender, Sexuality & Feminist Studies, (joint with Asian and Middle Eastern Studies)
  • Anne-Gaelle Saliot, Assistant Professor of French Studies and Arts of the Moving Image (joint with Romance Studies)
  • Andrea W. Vald├ęs, Assistant Professor of the Practice of Dance and Related Faculty, Arts of the Moving Image (joint with Dance)

Faculty:

  • Stanley Abe, Associate Professor of Art and Art History and Director of Graduate Studies, (joint with Art, Art History & Visual Studies)
  • Roberto M. Dainotto, Professor (joint with Romance Studies and Literature)
  • Shai Ginsburg, Assistant Professor of Asian & Middle Eastern Studies, and Arts of the Moving Image (joint with Asian and Middle Eastern Studies)
  • Mark B. Hansen, James B. Duke Professor (joint with Literature)
  • James R Haverkamp, Lecturing Fellow of Arts of the Moving Image (joint with Art of the Moving Image)
  • Gary Hawkins, Lecturing Fellow of Documentary Studies (joint with Center for Documentary Studies)
  • Shambhavi Kaul, Assistant Professor of the Practice of Filmmaking (joint with Art, Art History & Visual Studies)
  • Anna Kipervaser, Instructor of Arts of the Moving Image (joint with Art of the Moving Image)
  • Nayoung A. Kwon, Associate Professor (joint with Asian and Middle Eastern Studies)
  • Stephen A Milligan, Lecturing Fellow* of Arts of the Moving Image (joint with Art of the Moving Image)
  • Negar Mottahedeh, Associate Professor (joint with Literature and Asian and Middle Eastern Studies)
  • William Noland, Professor of the Practice Emeritus of Art, Art History and Visual Studies (joint with Art, Art History & Visual Studies)
  • Raquel Salvatella De Prada, Assistant Professor of the Practice of Art, Art History & Visual Studies, and Arts of the Moving Image (joint with Art, Art History & Visual Studies)
  • John Supko, Associate Professor and Director of Graduate Studies, (joint with Music)
  • Marianna Torgovnick, Professor (joint with English)
  • Jacqueline Waeber, Associate Professor (joint with Music)

Related Faculty:

  • Neal C. Bell, Professor of the Practice (joint with Theater Studies)
  • Ted Bogosian, Visiting Filmmaker
  • Robert C. Duvall, Lecturer (joint with Computer Science)
  • Bryan Gilliam, Professor and Bass Fellow of Music, (joint with Music and Germanic Languages)
  • Kimberly K. Lamm, Associate Professor in the Program of Gender, Sexuality and Feminist Studies (joint with Gender, Sexuality & Feminist Studies)
  • Richard A. Lucic, Associate Professor of the Practice, Assoc. Chair, Co-DUS of Computer Science, and Related Faculty of Arts of the Moving Image (joint with Computer Science)
  • Michael Malone, Professor of the Practice of Theater Studies and Arts of the Moving Image (joint with English)
  • Jody McAuliffe, Professor of the Practice and Professor of Practice of Slavic Language and Literature, (joint with Theater Studies)
  • Mark Olson, The Cordelia and William Laverack Family Assistant Professor and Associate of the Duke Initiative for Science & Society, (joint with Art, Art History & Visual Studies)
  • Gabriel M Paletz, Visiting Lecturer, Prague Film School
  • Thomas S. Rankin, Professor of the Practice and Director of Center for Documentary Studies and Director of Graduate Studies for the Masters of Fine Arts in Experimental & Documentary Arts, (joint with Art, Art History & Visual Studies)
  • Victoria Szabo, Associate Research Professor of Art, Art History, and Visual Studies and Director of the ISIS Certificate Program and Director of Graduate Studies of Computational Media Arts and Cultures, (joint with Art, Art History & Visual Studies)