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Alexandra Jeanne Juhasz

Film Department, Brooklyn College
201 West End Building, 2900 Bedford Ave.
Brooklyn NY 11210



Harvard University: Management Development Program, Harvard Graduate School of Education, Summer 2004.

New York University: Doctorate With Distinction in Cinema Studies, February, 1992.
Jay Leyda Memorial Award for Outstanding Master’s Student, 1988.
Doctoral dissertation with Bob Stam, Faye Ginsburg, Paul Arthur:
            Re-Mediating AIDS: The Politics of Community Produced Video
            Awarded 1993 Society for Cinema Studies’ Dissertation Award, First Prize.

Whitney Independent Studio Program: Artist post-grad program, Whitney Museum, 87-88.

Amherst College: B.A., Summa Cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa, American Studies & English, 1986.

Teaching and Administrative Experience

Brooklyn College/Feirstein School of Cinema: Chair and Professor, Film Department, 2016-present.

CUNY Grad Center: Instructional Technology and Pedagogy Program, 2017-present.

Principle Investigator: Digital Humanities at the Claremont Colleges, Mellon Foundation, 2014-2016: $1.5 million grant focused upon undergraduate pedagogy and research.

Munroe Center for Social Inquiry, Pitzer College: Director, 2013-2016.

CU Boulder: Distinguished Visiting Faculty in Film Studies, Summer 2012.

USC: Sabbatical Adjunct Professor, School of Cinematic Arts, Fall 2011.

Claremont Graduate University: Chair, Cultural Studies Department, 2005-7.
Professor: Cultural Studies and Art Departments: 1997-2016.

Pitzer College: Media history, theory and production; gender, queer and cultural studies.
Professor, 2003-16. Associate Professor: 1997-2003. Assistant Professor: 1995-97.
Associate Dean of the Faculty: 2004-2005.

Bryn Mawr College: Mellon Post-Doc in Race, Sexuality, and Representation, 1994-95.

Swarthmore College: Assistant Professor, English and Women’s Studies, 1991-94.

New York University: Adjunct Instructor, Cinema Studies, 1990.


AIDS TV: Identity, Community and Alternative Video (Duke University Press, 1995).

Women of Vision: Histories in Feminist Media (University of Minnesota Press, 2001).

F is for Phony: Fake Documentary and Truth’s Undoing, ed. with Jesse Lerner
(University of Minnesota Press, 2006).

Learning from YouTube (The MIT Press, 2011).

A Companion to Contemporary Documentary Film, ed. with Alisa Lebow (Blackwell, 2015).

Sisters in the Life: 25 Years of Out African American Lesbian Mediamaking (1986–2011),
with Yvonne Welbon (forthcoming, Duke, 2017).

AIDS and the Distribution of Crisis, ed. with Jih-Fei Cheng and Nishant Shahani
(under contract review).

AIDS Crisis Revisitation: Conversations on Media, Memory and HIV, with Theodore Kerr
(seeking press).

Articles Published in Books (Forthcoming)

“#cut/paste+bleed: Entangling Feminist Affect, Action and Production On and Offline,” Jentery Sayers, ed. in Routledge Companion to Media Studies and Digital Humanities (Routledge: forthcoming).

“The self-reflexive praxis at the heart of our professional project: Radical Media Praxis in/as DH”
in Adeline Koh, ed. Alternative Histories of the Digital Humanities (Punctum Books: forthcoming).

“Seeing What the Patrimony Didn’t Save: Alternative Stewardship of the Activist Media

Archive,” in Chris Robé & Stephen Charbonnea, eds., InsUrgent Media from the Front: A Global Media Activism Reader (Indiana, under contract review).

“Ev-Ent-Anglement Cells: Network, Affect, and Feminist DH in Highland Park,” with Laila Shereen Sakr and Brian Getnick in Elizabeth Losh and Jacqueline Werimont, eds. Screening Mechanisms: Feminist, Anti-Racist, Postcolonial, and Queer Digital Humanities (Minnesota, under contract review).

Articles Published in Books (2007-2015)

“Downtown Asides from AIDS,” in Joan Hawkins, ed. Burning Down the House: Downtown Film, Video and TV Culture 1975-2001 (London: Intellect Press, 2015): 242-258.

“Digital AIDS Documentary: Webs, Rooms, Viruses and Quilts,” in Alexandra Juhasz and Alisa Lebow, eds., Blackwell Companion to Documentary (Cambridge, MA: Blackwell Press, 2015): 314-334.

“Ceding the Activist Digital Documentary,” in Nash, Hight and Summerhayes, eds., New Documentary Ecologies (NY: Palgrave MacMillan, 2014): 33-49.

“Placing My Bets on YouTube Futures,” in International Encyclopedia of Media Studies, Volume 6, Media Futures, ed. Kelly Gates (Cambridge, MA: Blackwell Press, 2013): 76-94.

“YouTube Stylo: Writing and Teaching with Digital Video,” International Encyclopedia of Media Studies, Volume 2, Media Production, ed. Vicki Mayer (Cambridge, MA: Blackwell Press, 2013): 420-442.

“Video Art on YouTube,” in Resolutions 3, eds. Ming-Yuen Ma and Erika Suderburg (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2012): 309-324.

“The ME and the WE,” in The Cinema of Me, ed., Alisa Lebow (London: Wallflower Press, 2012): 250-267.

“A Process Archive,” Otis College of Art catalogue, Art of the Woman’s Building (Fall 2011): 97-123.  

“Alexandra Juhasz, Interview on Learning form YouTube,” in Designing Media, ed. Bill Moggridge (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2010): 237-245.

“AIDS Activist Movement” and “Feminist Movement Media” in Encyclopedia of Social Movement Media, ed. John Downing (London: Sage Press, 2010): 277-78; 196-199.

“The Other Inters,” in Interdisciplinarity and Social Justice, eds. Joe Parker and Ranu Samantrai (NY: SUNY Press, 2010): 151-173.

“Queer Realism on YouTube, “ in Re-Thinking Documentary, ed. Thomas Austin (NY: McGraw Hill, 2008), 299-312.

“Why (Not) to Teach on YouTube,” The Video Vortex Reader, ed. Geert Lovink (Amsterdam: Institute of Network Cultures, 2008), 133-140.

“The Failures of the Flesh and the Revival of AIDS Activism,” in Failure: Experiments in Aesthetics and Social Practices, eds. Nicole Antebi, Colin Dickey & Robbie Herbst (LA: The Journal of Aesthetics and Protest Press, 2007): 135-142.

Articles Published In Books (1996-2002)

“From the Scenes of Queens: Genre, AIDS and Queer Love,” in The Cinema of Todd Haynes, James Morrison (London: Wallflower Press, 2006): 156-174.

“So Many Alternatives: The Alternative AIDS Video Movement,” From ACT UP to the WTO, eds. Ben Shepard and Ronald Hayduk (London: Verso, 2002): 298-305.

“The Phallus UnFetished: The End of Masculinity in 90s ‘Feminist Cinema,’” The End of Cinema as We Know It, ed. Jon Lewis (NY: NYU Press, 2001): 210-224.

“The Politics of Realist Feminist Documentaries,” Collecting Visible Evidence, eds. Michael Renov and Jane Gaines (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1999): 190-215.

Reprinted and translated to Spanish in Sophie Mayer and Elena Oroz, eds. The Personal is Political: Feminism and Documentary (Pamplona Spain: Gobierno de Navarra, 2011), catalogue for the International Documentary Film Festival of Navarra.

“Bad Girls Video,” Feminism and Documentary, eds. Diane Waldman and Janet Walker (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1999): 95-116.

“Media Activism,” Encyclopedia of AIDS, ed. Raymond Smith (Chicago: Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers, 1998): 346-7.

“Make a Video for Me!” in Nancy Roth, ed., Gendered Epidemic (NY: Routledge, 1998): 205-220.

“Knowing Each Other Through AIDS Video,” Connected: Engagements With Media, ed., George Marcus (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1996): 195-220.

Articles Published In Journals (Recent)

“100hardtruths-fakenews,” Afterimage special issue on fake news (forthcoming).

A Preservationists Guide to #100hardtruths-#fakenews,PDT&C (forthcoming).

“Affect bleeds in feminist networks: an ‘essay’ in six parts,” Feminist Media Studies 4 (2017):


“Feminist Digital Research/Pedagogy/Writing as Community-based Practice, The Pitzer College 50th Anniversary Engaged Faculty Collection,   ed. Tessa Hicks-Peterson (Claremont, Community Engagement Center, 2014): 33-35.

“Feminist Online Activism: As Teaching/Community/Space Making,” Militant Research Handbook, (New York University, 2013): 20-21.

“Forgetting ACT UP,” ACT UP 25 Forum, Quarterly Journal of Speech 98: 1 (February 2012): 69-74.

“a la la la archive,” GLQ 17:4 (2011): 624-629.

“Postscript,” written as Advisory Editor for Special Issue on Video Research Methodology, International Journal of Multiple Research Approaches 3:3 (September 2009): 321-322.

“Learning The 5 Lessons of YouTube,” Cinema Journal 48:2 (Winter 2009), In Focus on

Digital Learning, ed. Tara McPherson: 145-150.

“MP:Me: Variant of a Manifesta,” in “Experiments in Documentary,” special issue of

Millennium Film Journal, ed., Lucas Hilderbrand with Lynne Sachs, 51 (Spring/Summer 2009): 30-32.

“Introduction” and guest editor for Corpus V: Women, Gay Men and AIDS (March 2006).

“Video Remains: Nostalgia, Technology, and Queer Archive Activism,” GLQ 12: 2 (Spring 2006), “Art Works: A Special issue of GLQ,” co-edited by Richard Meyer & David Román: 319-328.

“Feminist History Making and Video Remains: A Dialogue with Antoinette Burton,” Jump Cut 48 (Winter 2006).

“The Future Was Then: Re-investing in Feminist Media and Politics,” Camera Obscura 61 (April 2006) special issue, “Camera Obscura at Thirty”: 52-57.

“The Crisis in Publishing, In Focus,” editor of and contributor to collection of writings for Cinema Journal 44: 3 (Spring 2005): 81-98.

Articles Published In Journals (1989-2002)

“No Woman is an Object: Realizing the Feminist Collaborative Video,” Camera Obscura 54 (2003): 71-98.

“Victim Stories: Documenting Pain, Punishment, Prison and Power,” Studies in Law, Politics and Society 30 (2004): 247-260. Special volume, Punishment, Politics and Culture.

“My Sundance: A Global Communist Dispatch,” five commissioned columns as “Artist of the Week” for L’Humanite, a French daily newspaper, January 28-February 1, 2002.

“Reality Bytes: Unmaking the Real World in Reality TV,” RES 3:4 (2001): 54-55.

“It’s About Autonomy Stupid: Sexuality in Feminist Video,” Sexualities 2:3 (August 1999): 333-342.

“Making AIDS Video as Radical Pedagogy,” Radical Teacher, 50, special issue on media, ed., Linda Dittmar (Spring 1997): 23-29.

“The Power and Pleasure of Seeing Science: Knowing AIDS Through the Televised Science Documentary,” in Corrine Squire, ed., Women, Psychology and AIDS (London: Sage Press, 1993): 150-164.

“So Many Alternatives: The Alternative AIDS Video Movement,” Cineaste 20:4 (1994): 32-41.

“They Said We Wanted to Show Reality, All I Want to Show is My Video: The Politics of Feminist, Realist, Documentaries,” Screen 35:2 (Summer 1994): 171-190.

“Our Auto-Bodies, Ourselves: Representing Real Women in Feminist Video,” Afterimage (February 1994): 10-14. Reprinted in Spanish: “Nuestros autocuerpos, Nostras mismas”  (Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, 1998).

“WAVE in the Media Environment: Camcorder Activism and the Making of HIV TV,” camera      obscura, 28, Imaging Technologies/Inscribing Science I (Fall 1992): 135-152.

“Shifting Communities/Forming Alliances,” FELIX, 1:3 (Spring 1992): 60-63.

“From Within: Alternative AIDS Media By Women,” Praxis 3, special issue,  “AIDS/Abortion/Antibodies” (1992): 23-46.

“Invitation Without Hospitality: Exhibition Review of Satellite Cultures,” Visual Anthropology, 4 (October, 1991): 443-450.

“Camcorder Politics,” Cinematograph, 4 (1991): 79-86.

“Representing Control: The Dismantling of Women’s Sexual Liberation Through Mainstream AIDS Documentary,” Journal of Sex Research, 1 (February 1990): 25-46.

“Constructing Authority: Documentary Form and AIDS,” Video Guide, 10: 3-4 (November 1989): 10-11.

Publications Online, Journals (Recent)

“Introduction to Troubling Transgender Media: Fact, Fiction, and Compromise: A Forum,” Jump Cut 57:

“Does Visibility Equal Progress? A conversation between Sam Feder and Alexandra Juhasz on Trans Activist Media,” Jump Cut 57:

“Seeing Through Documentary/Arguing with Art,” in Tran T. Kim-Trang, Jesse Lerner and Holly Willis, eds., More Than Meets the Eye: The Videos of Tran T. Kim-Trang:

“A Political Sense of Being at Home with HIV and Video,” drain 13:2, 2016, AIDS & Memory:

“Access Denied, Internet Dark: Technology, Prison, Education,” Lady Justice: New Criticals

“Learning from (Where) YouTube (Can’t Go): Inside-Out,” Lady Justice: New Criticals, January 18, 2015:

“AIDS Reruns: Becoming ‘Normal’? A Conversation on ‘The Normal Heart’ and the Media Ecology of HIV/AIDS,” with Ted Kerr, Indiewire, August 18, 2014:

“Home Video Returns: Media Ecologies of the Past of HIV/AIDS,” Cineaste (May 2014):

“Queer Feminist Media Praxis,” ADA 5 (Summer 2014), co-editor with Aristae Fotopoulou and Kate O’Riordan:

“Conclusion: It’s our Collective, Principled Making that Matters Most,” ADA 5 (Summer 2014):

“Acts of Signification Survival,” Jump Cut 55 (Fall 2013):

“Conversations Across the Fields: An Idea Whose Time is Here: FemTechNet” ADA 1 (Winter 2012).

“Fred Rant,” Transformative Works and Cultures 9 (2012), special issue on Fan/Remix Video:

Publications on the Internet, Journals (2009-2011)

“Feminist Labor in Media Studies/Communication: Is Self-Branding Feminist Practice?” with Sarah Banet-Weiser, International Journal of Communication 5 (2011):

“A Place in the Online Feminist Documentary Cyber-Closet,” Media Fields 3 (Fall 2011) special issue, “Documentary and Space”:

FRAMES cinema journal, “You Get the Picture,” for Special Issue, “Film and Moving Image Studies: Reborn Digital?” ed. Catherine Grant 1 (July 2012):

“AIDS Video: To Dream and Dance with the Censor, Jump Cut 52 (Summer 2010):

“The Views of the Feminist Archive,” FLOW 11:14 (2010):

“On the Online Publishing and Re-Purposing of Learning from YouTube,” Enculturation: A  Journal of Rhetoric, 8 (2010):

Introduction to “Visual Culture Video Essays: collage of three student videos from Visual Research Methods course,” AudioVisual Thinking 2:2, 2010.

“A Lesbian Collective Aesthetic: Making and Teaching The OWLS,” Films for the Feminist Classroom 2:1 (Spring 2010):

“The Increasingly UnProductive Fake,” No More Potlucks 4 (July-August 2009)

“Learning The 5 Lessons of YouTube,” International Journal of Learning and Media 1:1 (Winter 2009).

on the Internet (Interviews, Reviews, Op Eds)

“on care, activism and HIV,” with Theodore Kerr, Hema, Issue 2: Infection, June 2017:

“In Conversation with Agnes Varda,” The Brooklyn Rail, April 2017:

“Perpetual Revolution: The Image and Social Change,” The Brooklyn Rail, March 2017:

“Man–o Man-ifesto,” The Brooklyn Rail, February 2017:

“Stacked on her Office Shelves: Stewardship and AIDS Archives,” with Theodore Kerr, CUNY Grad Center, Center for Humanities Blog, January 13, 2017:

“Four Hard Truths About Fake News,” JStor Daily, November 30, 2016:

“How Do I (Not) Look? Live Feed Video and Viral Black Death,” JStor Daily, July 20, 2016:

“Paired Perspectives: How Taylor Mac’s 24 Hour Performance Encapsulated and Experience of the AIDS Crisis,” The Visual AIDS Blog:

VoiceAmerica Empowerment Channel, YouTube and Women’s Empowerment, 2015.

Video Dialogue with Carol Stabile. Feminist digital writing, review, and distribution, 2014. Multimodal Editing and the Future: January 2014:

MediaCommons Front Page Contribution on “Sharing,” 2013:

Figure/Ground Communication interview, 2013:

Visual AIDS interview, 2013:

“Bodies in Classrooms: Feminist Dialogues on Technology, 1” interview by Liz Losh (2012)

DMLCentral net/blog/liz-losh/bodies-classrooms-feminist-dialogues-technology-part-i.

on the Internet (Blogs, Interviews, Shows)

Fembot, Laundry Day, Feminist Media Production, “making connections. making things. making the feminist-Internet” (2012).

“Aca-fandom and Beyond,” a conversation with Derek Kompare and Jay Bushman,” (2011)

Confessions of an Aca-Fan, August 18 and 19, 2011:

Social Media Optimization & the Web, UW-Whitewater, (2011).

“A Conversation with Alexandra Juhasz,” CulturalStudies podcast (2011).

“Distraction Span: Technologies of Productive Disruption” (2011), with Brian Goldfarb, The New Everday, MediaCommons:

“A Truly New Genre,” Inside Higher Ed, May 3, 2011:

“Learning from YouTube: An Interview with Alexandra Juhasz,” Confessions of an Aca-Fan (2008): 2008:

“Teaching on YouTube,” OpenCulture, February 22, 2008:

“Commentary: Learning from Fred,” Teacher’s College Record (September 8, 2008).

Life Online (Programming, Editing, Blogs, Etc.)


YouTube: Fall 2007-present:

MEDIA PRAXIS: A Radical Website Integrating Theory, Politics, and Production:

FemTechNet: Distributed Open Collaborative Course:


EVERYDAY: Co-curated with Jean Carlomusto and Hugh Ryan. Art show explores the AIDS crisis through art and ephemera evidencing daily experiences & practices.

La Mama, La Galleria, NYC: Nov-Dec, 2016.

COMPULSIVE PRACTICE: Visual AIDS Video Program, Day (With) Out Art, 2016.

Co-curated with Jean Carlomusto and Hugh Ryan:

Screened at New Museum, Brooklyn Museum, Studio Museum of Harlem, the Whitney, and nearly 100 institutions world wide, often with public programming.

WATERMELON WOMAN @ 20: Organized six national curators who mounted a series of related video programs and art shows: Black/Queer/Trans Conference, SFSU; One Archive, LA; Outfest Fusion, Pitzer College Munroe Center for Social Inquiry, SomoS Gallery, Berlin (2016).

DOIN’ IT IN PUBLIC, Feminism and Art at the Women’s Building, 2012.

Affiliated scholar and writer, Pacific Standard Time, Art in LA, 1945-1980.

“PERPITUBE: Repurposing Social Media Spaces,” co-curated with Pato Hebert Nichols Art Gallery, Pitzer College, July-September, 2011: and

-Selections in “hyper-modern-alter-anti,” curated by Cindy Smith, CAA, 2012.

-Selections in Video Vortex, Zagreb, 2012. Curated by Tihomir Milovac.

-PerpiTube Symposium, Pitzer College, 2011.

Papers Presented at Academic Conferences

Papers Presented At Conferences (Recent)

AAA: #100hardtruths-#fakenews, December 2017.

Digital EngAGEment: Media Literacy in 21st Century, Brooklyn College, May 2017.

Conference on Diversity, CUNY: Race and Racism through Fake News, March 2017.

SCMS: Collective Action in 2017. March 2017.

After Marriage, CLAGS: Who are the Stewards of the AIDS Archive? With Ted Kerr, September 2016.

Visible Evidence: Teaching Documentary Workshop, August 2016.

signal/noise: A FemTechNet Conference: Workshop leader, March 2016.

SCMS: Troubling Transgender Media, Panel Chair: March 2016.

Console-ing Passions: Making the New Materialisms Matter for Feminist Media Studies: “Ev-Ent-Angelment and Affect,” June 2015.

Cultural Studies Association: “The Distributed Online Collaborative Course (DOCC): Toward an accessible, open, accountable, transformative and transforming feminist university of our dreams,” May 2015.

Encounters: Media Field: “AIDS Reruns: (Re)Encountering the Past in the Age of Ongoing,” Key-Note Address with Ted Kerr, April 2015.

SCMS: Workshop Participant, “Storming Wikipedia: FemTechNet’s Distributed Pedagogy to Improve the Digital Cultural Archive; Trans Women’s Media Activism: Digital Interventions and HIV/AIDS, March 2015.

Visible Evidence: Cutting through the Noise of the Archived Self, December 2014.

ASA: Doing Feminism: Event, Archive, Techne, respondent, November 2014.

SCMS: Workshop Participant, Feminist and Queer Platform Studies, March 2014.

Visual Culture: “Militant Research,” April 2014.

Papers Presented At Conferences (2005-2012)

Visible Evidence: “The Facebook Documentary,” 2013.

SCMS: “The Digital UnDivide: Everything is Between Theory and Practice Online,” 2013.

SCMS: “Unauthorized: An Unofficial Conversation about SCMS and HIV/AIDS,” 2013.

ASA, Socially Networked Actuality: The Facebook Documentary, 2012.

SSSS, Feminist Dialogues on Technology, 2012.

Now! Visual Culture, Feminism, Technology and Visuality, 2012.

Visible Evidence, Online AIDS Documentary, 2011.

National Ethnic Studies Assoc., Illusions of Equality and Freedom on YouTube, 2011.

SCMS: Media Futures Workshop, 2011.

Visible Evidence: Institutionalized Lesbian Cinema and its Revolutionary Roots, 2010.

Digital Media and Learning Conference: Queer You(th) Tube (via YouTube), 2010.

SCMS: Queer Mentorship: The Future of LGBTQ Film Studies, 2010.

American Studies Association: Contradictions of a Process Archive, 2009.

Visible Evidence: An Archive of Process: Women’s Building Video, 2009.

College Art Association: YouTube’s Ironic Free-Fall, 2009.

Future of Writing: Learning from YouTube, UCI, 2008.

OURMedia7, Ghana: What YouTube Teaches Activists, 2008.

AIDS/ART/WORK, CLAGS, CUNY: To Dream with the Censor, 2008.

Console-ing Passions: Learning from Learning from YouTube, 2008.

SCMS: MP:me: Variant of a Manifesta and Creating Complex Expression of YouTube, 2008.

NITTLE: Learning from YouTube, 2008.

Int. Comm. Assoc.: Queer Realism on You Tube, May 2007.

SCMS: Teaching Media Praxis: Integrating Theory, Politics and Practice, March 2007.

Papers Presented At Conferences (1992-2005)

Flow: Roundtable on Media Publishing, October 2006.

SCMS: “From the Scenes of Drag Queens: Todd Haynes, Genre and Queer Love,” 2006.

Visible Evidence: “Media Praxis Repressed! The Consolidation of Cinema Studies” 2005.

National Critics Conference: “Missing in Action: AIDS Video Writing,” May 2005.

SCMS: Chair and paper, “Remembering AIDS Video.” March 2005.

Interdisciplinarity and Social Justice: Pitzer College, “Media Praxis,” February 2005.

SCS: “Representing Trauma Responsibly,” May 2002.

Western States Communication Assoc: “Video and the Public Sphere,” moderator, 2002.

MIT Digital Cinema Conference: “Lessons from Feminist Media History,” October 2000.

Visible Evidence: “Activist Video, Learning from Feminist Media History,” August 1999.

Society for Cinema Studies: “Queers, Jews, Representation.” Panel chair, March 1998.

SPE Conference on Beauty: “Inter-Racial Beauty in The Watermelon Woman,” 1997.

Visible Evidence: “Making Feminist Film History,” September 1997.

Queer Conventions, U.C. Riverside: “Inter-racial Desire in The Watermelon Woman,” 1997.

Duke Journal of Women’s Law and Policy Conference on Gender and AIDS: “Knowing Each Other Through AIDS Video,” with Juanita Mohammed, Feb. 1997.

AAA: “Producing Queerness: New Queer Cinema and Cultural Activism,” November 1996.

Society for Cinema Studies: “Above and Beyond the New Queer Cinema,” March 1996.

Society for Cinema Studies: “Bad Girls Video: Badder Than Who?” March 1995.

OutWrite: “My Life as a Gay Man/Living as a Lesbian,” with Robert Reid-Pharr, March 1995.

Visible Evidence: “Identity, Community and AIDS Video,” August 1994.

Papers Presented At Conferences (1990-1992)

Visible Evidence: First Annual Conference on Documentary: Conference organizer and co-facilitator for screenings, September 1993. Paper presented: “Feminist Camcorder Videos: Second Wave/Third Wave.”

Society for Cinema Studies: Workshop Organizer, “Representing Women’s Health: Appropriating Imaging Technologies for Video Activism,” February 1993.

Console-ing Passions: “Constructing Identity Through Alternative AIDS Media,” 1992.

Society for Cinema Studies: “Seeing Safer Sex: Resistance, Negotiation, Dread,” April 1992.

Ohio University Film Conference: “Sound and Silence in Alternative AIDS Media.” November 1991.

Society for Cinema Studies: Chair for panel, “Representing AIDS Culture.” Talk presented: “Women of the AIDS Culture Represent Themselves.” May 1991.

Ohio University Film Conference on Documentary: Chair for panel, “Community Produced Video.” Paper presented: “Camcorder Politics.” November 1990.

Society for the Scientific Study of Sex: Workshop Leader for “Representing Women’s Sexuality in Sex Education and Sex Therapy Videos.” November 1990.

Society for Cinema Studies: “Seeing Control: The Representation of Women’s Sexuality in Mainstream AIDS Documentary.” May, 1990.

Popular Culture Association: “Constructing Authority: Documentary Form and AIDS.” March, 1990.

Invited Talks and Presentations (Scholarly)

Concordia University (Keynote address): From Fruit Machine to Perils of Pedagogy, Tom Waugh’s Graduation, June 2017.

La Guardia Community College (Keynote), News & Research in the Digital Age, May 2017.

Dartmouth College: Fake News in Perilous Times panel, April 2017.

Columbia University: Sites of Cinema Seminar, April 2017.

USC: Activism and Digital Media class presentation, November 2016.

CUNY Grad Center: CUNY DHI 2016, slide-share, November 2016.

CUNY GC: New Approaches to Narratives of the AIDS Crisis roundtable, October 2016.

Black/Feminist/Lesbian/Queer/Trans* Cultural Production: A Symposium Honoring the 20th Anniversary of Cheryl Dunye’s “The Watermelon Woman”: conference organizer and Plenary Panel Chair, September 2016.

CUNY Grad Center: affect bleeds in feminist social networks, September 2016.

NYU: Culture and Media@30, “Producing Media Worlds” panelist, Sept. 2016.

Scripps College: Scripps Presents in Conversation with Anita Sarkeesian, 2016.

University of Arizona: Dis-Orienting AIDS Discourse Symposium, 2015.

McGill: Affective Encounters Symposium, 2015.

University of Michigan: Contemporary Feminist Video Strategies Symposium, 2015.

USC: Dept. of American Studies & Ethnicity, “Ending AIDS,” 2015.

USC: Media Arts & Practice Forum, 2014.

Amherst College: “Archiving Amherst” and Queer Archive Practices, 2014.

International Alliance of Research Universities, National University of Singapore: FemTechNet and EdTech Horizons, 2014.

University of Edinburgh: Theorising Technology in Digital Higher Education, 2014.

Utrecht University: To Perform a Theory of Feminist Digital Praxis: Summer 2014.

Claremont McKenna College: Mike Kelley’s Mobile Homestead, 2014.

Pomona College, Future Learning Technologies Series, 2014.

Pitzer College: Resolutions 3, Video Art Symposium: 2014.

Occidental College: AIDS TV, 2014.

UC Berkeley: How Technology Impacts Pedagogy, Online Summit, 2014.

University of Michigan: Digital Feminist Pedagogy Workshop facilitator, 2014.

Rutgers (Keynote address): Feminist Digital Pedagogies Conference, 2014.

Gaede Institute for the Liberal Arts (Keynote), MOOCing the Liberal Arts? 2014.

Mid-West Higher Education Compact Policy Summit: Rise of the MOOCs, 2013.

Wainhouse Research EDU Virtual Summit: Technology on Campus, 2013.

University of Sussex (Keynote): Feminist, Queer and Social Media Practice, 2013.

Cal State, San Luis Obispo, Making the Feminist Internet, 2013.

Smith College (Keynote with Anne Balsamo), Mediating Public Spheres, 2013.

Saint Lawrence University (Keynote), Digital Humanities,. 2013.

InVisible Crisis: NYU, Invited Speaker, 2013.

Fembot Unconference, Invited Participant, University of Oregon, 2013.

Pinkwashing/Homonationalism, Grad Center, CUNY, panel moderator, 2013.

UCLA Center for the Study of Women, panel moderator, Thinking Gender, 2013.

NITLE Online Seminar: FemTechNet: The First DOCC, a Feminist MOOC, 2012.

UCLA: Cinema and Media Studies Program’s Graduate Colloquium, 2012.

Scripps College Humanities Institute series, “Social Media/Social Change,” 2012.

Colby College, Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies, 2012.

Smith College: Social Justice and Documentary, 2012.

UC Riverside, Conversations in New Media, 2012.

Yale University, Women, Gender, Sexuality Studies Lecture Series, 2012.

Swarthmore, Haverford, Bryn Mawr: (Keynote) Re: Humanities 12, 2012.

Occidental College: Mellon Digital Scholarship Speaker’s Series, 2011.

Princeton University: Forbes College, Digital Media Lab, 2011.

Rutgers, Distinguished Lecture Series at the Institute for Research on Women, 2011.

Concordia HIV/AIDS Project, Featured Distinguished Speaker, 2011.

NYU, Culture and Media at 20 Years Symposium, 2011.

USC Vectors Summer Digital Humanities Institute, Writing Online, 2011.

UC Irvine, Composing ThirdTube, 2011.

CGU, Learning from YouTube, 2011.

University of Toronto: YouTube or ThirdTube: “Democracy,” and the Digital Divide, 2011

OCADU: Toward ThirdTube: Feminist Online Self-Reflexive Critical Pedagogy, 2011

NYU: Writing Online, 2011.

Women in View: Sex, Money, Media (Keynote Speaker), Simon Fraser University, 2010.

UC Berkeley: Women, Poverty and Globalization Series, Revolt on YouTube, 2010.

USC: Vectors, Summer Humanities Institute, Publishing Learning from YouTube, 2010.

Carnegie Mellon: Center for Arts in Society, Collaboration in Media Studies, 2010.

UCSD: Youth Media, Sensory Ability, and Visual Culture: Learning from Fred, 2010.

UC Riverside: The Corpus of Corpus, 2010.

Brown University, Animating Archives, “Publishing Learning from YouTube,” 2009.

USCS: New Trends in Media Studies Speaker’s Series, “Publishing Learning from YouTube, 2009.

Boston University: Ulrike Ottinger Symposium: A Critical Symposium, 2009.

Harvard University: Activism, Art and the AIDS Crisis, Remarks, 2009.

University of Iowa: Keynote address, Avant-Doc: Intersections of the Avant-Garde and Documentary, “Irony is Ubiquitous,” 2009.

Elearn: Invited Speaker, AACE, “Five Lessons of YouTube,” 2008.

UC Riverside: AIDS, Memory and Activism. 2008.

CUNY Grad Center, CLAGS, AIDS/Art/Work, 2008.

Fowler Museum, UCLA, Keynote, To Dream and Dance with the Censor: AIDS Video, 2008.

LACE, Institutions at Risk, Cultural Institutions and the AIDS Crisis, 2008.

USC: DIY Summit, The State of the Art, Learning from YouTube, 2008.

Pacific Film Archive, F is for Phony, 2008.

University of Oregon: Screening and faculty seminar on Black Male Sexuality, 2007.

Claremont Graduate University: Bradshaw Conference, Politics of Culture, 2007.

Irvine: Keywords: Immunity: 2006.

Cal Arts: AIDS and Video, 2006.

UCLA: Out of the Closet, Into the Vaults, Symposium: 2006.

Scripps Humanities Institute: F is for Phony: 2005.

UCSB: (Keynote Speaker), Looking Beyond the Written Word, “Media Praxis,” 2005.

Rutgers University, History Department: Memory, Race and the Archive: 2005.

UCLA, Make Art/Stop AIDS: 2004.

Ohio University: Feminist Activist Video, 2004.

Middlebury College: Women and Prison, 2003.

Harvard University: Women of Vision, 2003.

Reelife: College of Sante Fe, 2002.

4th Women’s Film Festival in Soeul: Activist Video, 2002.

Queer Graduation: Selected Speaker, Claremont Colleges, 2002.

Pomona College: Documentary and Sociology Conference, 2002.

Amherst College: “Naming Prairie and Making Family,” 2002.

UC Riverside: Sexualities and Knowledges, featured speaker, 2002.

University of Wyoming: “Trauma and Video,” 2001.

Persistent Vision: “Fever in the Archive,” 2001.

USC: “Making Alternative Film: The Watermelon Woman,” September 1998.

CGU: “20 Short Revelations About Feminist Film and Video History,” April 1998.

University of Rochester: “AIDS, Feminist History and Black Lesbian Film,” October 1998.

Women’s Studies Film Festival, Oakland University: featured speaker, Fall 1997.

USC: graduate course on Video with Professor Michael Renov: Summer 1997.

USC: “Out of Bounds: Minorities in Film,” The Watermelon Woman, 1997.

Independent Feature Project/West, 1997 Independent Financing Conference: April 1997.

NYU, Media, Culture, and Humanities Center: “Autobahn Straight to the Center: The Commodification of the New Queer Cinema,” March 1997.

UCLA: “AIDS TV,” symposium on media and activism, Film Studies, March 1996.

Cal State San Bernadino: “Feminist Film and Video,” November 1995.

Hampshire College: Workshop on activist video, September 1994.

Temple University: MFA Colloquium, presentation on feminist and AIDS video, May 1994.

Trenton State University: “AIDS TV: Women and Video,” February 1994.

Temple Communications Dept. Colloquium: “Video Art and Activism,” April 1993.

Bryn Mawr College: “Pleasure and Danger in Women’s Pornography,” March 1993.

Columbia University Film Seminar: Respondent for paper presented by Ella Shohat, March 1993.

Bryn Mawr College: “Hateful Images: Women’s Bodies in the Media,” Oct. and Nov. 1992.

Pittsburgh Gay and Lesbian Film Festival. “Watching Video/Constructing Community.” Panelist on day long symposium concerning Marginality and Film Reception. 1991.

“Makers as Users Conference.” Speaker on panel concerning activist media production, Hunter College. November 1990.

The Humanities Institute, NYU, “The Reception of Culturally Specific Work by Cultural Outsiders.” November 1990.

“Videos and Films by Women.” Hunter College, Department of Art. June, 1990.

New film and video, Brown University. “Videos on Women and AIDS.” Screening and discussion of AIDS tapes for weekly seminar. April 1989.

Public Speaking/Screenings (Art, Film, Video, Activism)

The East New York Film Festival, guest speaker, August 2017.

Electronic Arts Intermix, Home Video: Media Response to HIV, July 2017.

Museum of the City of NY, AIDS at Home: “We Care” (1990) included in show, 2017.

Video Revival, Brooklyn: How Do We Take Care? Video screening with What Would an HIV Doula Do? Collective and WAVE, May 2017.

Radical Film Network, Chair for Keynote Presentation by Chuck Kleinhans, May 2017.

Union Docs: Ocean of Lies, Propaganda, Deception and Fake News Panel, May 2017.

Recess, NYC: FONI lab on fake news, organized by Adam Lambert, March 2017.

Live Arts NYC: WAVE & What Would an HIV Doula Do? Live Ideas Festival, March 2017.

Brooklyn Museum, Year of Yes Advisory Dinner, March 2017.

Brooklyn College Teach-In Against Trump: 61 Local Bar, February 2017.

New Museum, Brooklyn Museum, Studio Museum of Harlem, Compulsive Practice, December 2016.

La Mama, La Galleria, Everyday Curator’s Walkthrough, December 2016.

UnionDocs, Brooklyn: Moderator, film screening, Deep Run. October 2016.

Smith College: Outfest on the Road, filmmakers panel, September 2016.

Berlinale: No Future Without a Past, Keynote Address, Women’s Intl. Film Network, 2016.

MOCA Grand Avenue, LA: Day With(out) Art Screening and Panel, 2014.

CUNY Grad Center: Dialogue with Natalie Bookchin, Digital Poverty, 2013.

UCLA Film Archive: Moderator for screening of United in Anger, 2013.

Martha Wilson, Otis Public Practice Program, panel moderator, 2013.

Palm Springs Art Museum: Day Without Art, Video Remains and Memorials. 2012.

Artist Talk with Natalie Bookchin, LACE, 2012.

Public Speaking Engagements (Art, Film, Video, Activism)

Los Angeles Film Forum, screening of video from the Woman’s Building, 2011.

Otis College, Doin’ it in Public, Curator’s walk-through, 2011.

Getty Museum, Diversions and Diversity: New Publics in Los Angeles, 2011.

UCLA, Feminist Art and Pacific Standard Time, 2011.

LACE, Fire in the Belly, Roundtable on Censorship, 2010

Fire in the Library, Conversations on the Future, Organized by Eugenia Butler, 2004.

Guggenheim Museum: “Fever in the Archive,” AIDS Activist Video Retrospective, 2000.

Outfest: panel moderator, “Lesbianism, Feminism, Film: Where are We Now?” 1999.

Outfest: “Violence in Queer Cinema,” July 1998.

San Francisco Camerawork: “Representing AIDS in a New Decade,” June 1998.

USC: Screening and discussion of The Watermelon Woman, December 1996.

UCLA: The Watermelon Woman, lesbian film class, Women’s Studies, April 1996.

University of Rochester Screening Series of New Works By Women. 1991.

WE CARE: 50 community screenings and presentations including: The Whitney Museum, The Brooklyn Museum, Donnell Media Center, Women in the Director’s Chair Festival, Downtown Community Television Center. Fall, 1990 through Spring, 1991.

“A Week of Sundays.” Screening and discussion at St. Clement’s Church on women and AIDS. November 1989.

The Kitchen, NY. “Video for Advocacy, Resistance and Self-Empowerment.” Screening and discussion. April 1988.

Academic Awards and Honors

Creativity and Innovation Course Planning Grant Award, Claremont Colleges, 2015.

Pembroke Center for Research on Women, Technology grant for FemTechNet, 2013.

Canadian Research Council, symposium support, FemTechNet, 2013.

UC HRI Working Group Grant, FemTechNet, 2012.

Mellon Local-Global Curriculum Development Grant: Feminist Dialogues on Tech., 2012.

2011 BLAIS Challenge Award: Feminist, Anti-Racist Networking, 2011-12.

Researcher, Getty Funded Exhibit and Publication, for Pacific Standard Time: The Art of the Woman’s Building, 2009-10.

Fellow: NEH Summer Fellowship, USC’s Institute for Multimedia Literacy, 2009.

Changemaker’s Grant: Media Praxis class, 2008.

ACE Fellow in Academic Administration: Fellowship finalist, 2005.

Project Pericles: Course development for “Video and Diversity,” Summer 2004.

Pitzer in Ontario Teaching Grant: course development, Summer 2003.

NEH Summer Seminar: Punishment, Society and Culture, Amherst College, 2002.

Mellon Intercultural Learning Through Technology Grant, 2001.

CCCSI: Summer Research Grant for Community Video, 2000.

Mellon Project of the Claremont Colleges: Summer Research Grant, 1997.

Irvine Enterprise Award for Service Learning: To support participation in “ISM.” 1 of 12 schools selected for national Ford Foundation funded project, 1995.

Mellon Fellowship: Bryn Mawr College, 1994-95.

The Lyn Blumenthal Memorial Fund for Independent Video: Criticism Grant for the completion of the article “Body/Image in Women’s Video.”

Society for Cinema Studies: Dissertation Award, First Place, 1993.

Amherst College. Copeland Fellow for dissertation research and writing. A residential fellowship for the Spring term, 1991.

New York University. Jay Leyda Memorial Award, 1988; Lew and Eddie Wasserman Scholarship, 1986-87. Teaching and Graduate Assistantships, 1987-1990.

Amherst College. Henry P. Field and Amherst Memorial Fellowships, 1986-90; George Rogers Taylor Prize, 1986. Phi Beta Kappa. Summa Cum Laude.

Artist’s Grants and Fellowships                                         

PAM Residency: with Laila Shereen Sakr, 2015.

Wexner Center for the Arts: Editing Fellowship for SCALE: 2007.

Columbia College Institute for Women and Gender in the Media and Arts. Research grant for SCALE: 2007.

Nominee: Rockefeller Media Arts Fellowship (1994, 2000, 2002) Alpert Award in the Arts (2003)

C-100, Inc., Production support for Released: 2000.

Astraea Fund for Women: Post-production grant for Women of Vision: 1998.

California Council on the Humanities: Research Award for Women of Vision: 1994.

Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences, Second Place in Student Documentary for Safer and Sexier: A College Student’s Guide to Safer Sex: 1994.

Philadelphia Independent Film and Video Completion Grant: 1992.

New York Foundation for the Arts. Video Fellowship: 1991.

New York Council for the Arts. Distribution Grant: 1991.

Women Make Movies. Editing Award: 1990.

New York Council for the Humanities. Pre-Production and Production Grants: 1989-90.

Astraea Fund for Women. Production Grant: 1990.

ArtMatters. Production Grant: 1989.

Global Village. Artist-in-Residence Grant: 1988.

Selected Video Exhibitions and Screenings

International Film Festivals: Sundance, Berlin, Toronto, Hong Kong, Creteil, Seoul, Flaherty.

Gay and Lesbian Film Festivals: New York, LA, San Francisco, Toronto, Torino, London.

Museums: The Whitney Biennial, Guggenheim, New Museum, Museo del Bario, LACE, London ICA, Wexner Center for the Arts.

TV/net: Sundance, BET, IFC, Free Speech TV,

PerpiTube: Hyper-Modern-Post-Alter-Anti, CAA video-art show, 2012.

The Owls: Berlin, Palm Springs, LA/SF/NY Gay and Lesbian, 2010.

SCALE: London Gay and Lesbian Festival screenings,, FreeSpeech TV, 2008.

Video Remains: MIX, New Fest, Outfest, London G & L, Flaherty Seminar, Exit Art, Art Inst. of Chicago, Silverlake Film Festival, colleges,, 2005-06.

Dear Gabe: Seoul International Women’s, Berlin Lesbian Film Festival. New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Rochester Gay and Lesbian Film Festivals, 2003. REEL Mothers, 2009.

Naming Prairie: Official selection, Sundance 2002. New York, Toronto, San Francisco, Los Angeles and Miami Gay and Lesbian Film Festivals. Cleveland Int.

RELEASED: grassroots distribution to prisoners and prison rights orgs. Free speech TV.

Women of Vision: Cal Arts, Occidental College, USC, University of Massachusetts, Johns Hopkins University, Creteil Women’s Film Festival; New York, Toronto, San Francisco, Los Angeles and Tampa Gay and Lesbian Film Festivals.

Safer and Sexier: Distributed to college AIDS peer educators nationwide.

WE CARE: Donnell Media Center’s “Meet the Maker,” The Brooklyn Museum, The Whitney Museum, WNET’s “Independent Focus,” Women in the Director’s Chair Festival, Museo del Bario Festival, 50 community screenings in New York City, 500 free tapes distributed to AIDS service organizations nationwide with NYSCA grant.

Women and AIDS and Prostitutes Risk and AIDS: The New Museum, Dia Art Foundation, London’s Institute of Contemporary Art, Ohio State University “AIDS: The Artist’s Response,” The Hong Kong and San Francisco Gay and Lesbian Film Festivals, The Kitchen, Hall Walls Gallery, DCTV, national and international AIDS conferences.

Self Protection: Included in Video Databank’s collection of Reproductive Rights Videos.

FEATURE Film: Producer

The Watermelon Woman 20th Year Re-Master and Re-Release

  • Producer with Marc Smolowitz. DCP with support from Outfest Legacy Project, TIFF.
  • Re-Premiered at Berlin International Film Festival, 2016.
  • Re-Release Festivals and screenings: Fusion, TIFF, SFIFF, MoMA.
  • Theatrical one week run: Metrograph, NY, November, 2016.
  • Distributed by First Run Features. Streaming.


  • First Run Features. Producer. 2010, digital video feature.
  • Premiered at Berlin Intl Film Festival. Streaming on Netflix.
  • Fests: Seoul, Tei Pei, Torino, Seattle, Gay: LA, NY, Toronto, Salt Lake City, SF.
  • Distributed by First Run Features. Streaming.

The Watermelon Woman

  • First Run Features. Producer. 1995, 16mm.
  • Re-mastered 20th Year Anniversary Print supported by Outfest Legacy, TIFF, First Run Features. Berlin International Film Festival, Fusion, San Francisco Intl, 2016.
  • Winner “Teddy Bear” Berlin Film Festival, Audience Awards at Creteil Women’s Festival, Torino, Toronto and Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Festivals, Taipei Golden Horse Festival, featured at New York and San Francisco Gay Festivals and Toronto Film Festival, 1996. 20th Anniversary Screenings: Berlinale, Outfest Fusion.
  • Film and photos created for the film both selected for 1997 and 1999 Whitney Biennial.
  • Aired on Sundance Channel and BET. Distributed by First Run Features.

Short Film: Producer

Bad Bosses Go To Hell

  • Killer Films. Producer. 1997. 7 minutes, 16mm.
  • Feminist comedy about the trials and tribulations of job hunting.
  • Screened at Palm Springs Int. Short Fest, East Hamptons Short Film Festival, IFFM.
  • Airs on the IFC, HBO Latin America, PBS, British Airways, and

Documentary Video Production

SCALE: Ending the Bush Agenda In the Media Age

  • Digital video. 60 mins. Director/Editor/Sound and Picture. 2007.
  • A documentary about ending the war in the media age.
  • Available at and

Here are your Orders: Help Stop the Economic Invasion of Iraq

  • Digital video. 15 mins. Producer/Director. Spring 2006.
  • Introduces audience to Chapter 2 of The Bush Agenda: Invading the World One Economy at a Time, Antonia Juhasz (NY: Reagen Books, 2006).

Video Remains

  • Digital video. 54 mins. Producer/Writer/Director. 2005.
  • Remembers and mourns the AIDS deaths and activism of the 1980s through one long-take interview of a dying friend. Queer Fests: London, NY, LA. Flaherty Film Seminar.
  • Featured on

Dear Gabe

  • Digital video. 50 mins. Producer/Writer/Director. 2003.
  • 6 college friends, feminists all, make diverse choices about creating and raising family.
  • Available at

Naming Prairie

  • Beta-SP. 6 mins. Producer/Writer/Director. Sundance, 2002, official selection.
  • Queer Fests (NY, LA, SF, Toronto). Jewish Film Festival (San Francisco).
  • A lesbian couple celebrates their daughter & family with a Jewish babynaming ceremony. Available at

RELEASED: 5 Short Videos about Women and Prison

  • 27:30 minutes. Digital Video. Producer. 2001.
  • Women in the Director’s Chair, Queer Fests (NY, LA, SF, Toronto), Prison Fests.
  • 6 media artists collaborate with women prisoners to represent new visions of this crisis.

Women of Vision: 18 Histories in Feminist Film and Video

  • 82:40; 3 part television documentary series. BETA SP.
  • Distributed by Cinema Guild.
  • Interviews eighteen scholars, makers, distributors and critics involved in this history.
  • Screened at Creteil Women’s Festival; New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Toronto, Philadelphia Gay and Lesbian Festivals; college campuses.
  • Airs on Free Speech TV. Available at              

Safer and Sexier: A College Student’s Guide to Safer Sex

  • May, 1993, 18 Minutes
  • 2nd Prize, Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Student Documentary, 1994.
  • Collaborative educational video by AIDS peer educators.


  • September, 1992, 27 Minutes
  • Produced by the New Jersey Network for Family Life Education.
  • Explains the need for K-3 family life education.


  • May, 1992, 30 minutes
  • Produced by Alexandra Juhasz with grant from New York Foundation for the Arts, and the Philadelphia Independent Film and Video Association.
  • Collective video about college women’s attitudes towards women’s politics in the 90s.

BODIES, BIRTH AND BABIES: Teaching Healthy Foundations

  • April, 1992, 15 minutes
  • Produced by Planned Parenthood, Bergen County, NJ.
  • Short “trigger” video to demonstrate healthy conversation about sexuality between teachers and preschoolers for use in day-long teacher training workshops.

WE CARE: A Video for Careproviders of People Affected by AIDS and A WAVE Taster

  • August, 1990. 32 minutes each.
  • Produced by The Women’s AIDS Video Enterprise.
  • Awarded New York Council for the Humanities mini-grant and production grant. Funded by The Astraea Fund for Women, ArtMatters, Women Make Movies and NYSCA.
  • Women’s “video-support” group met for six months learning to produce their own educational AIDS tapes for their community.

Talking About It: Five New Jersey Family Life Educators Share Strategies

  • May 1990, 45 minutes.
  • Sponsored by The N.J. Network for Family Life Education.
  • Training video for family life education teachers in NJ public schools.

Self Protection: Teen Mothers Expand Their Options

  • June 1989, 10 minutes.
  • Produced for The Expanding Options for Teen Mothers Program.
  • A music-video of rap songs written by teenage mothers.

A Test for the Nation: Women, Children, Families, AIDS

  • February 1989, 28 minutes.
  • Produced for G.M.H.C.’s “Living With AIDS” cable show.
  • Places AIDS into framework of reproductive rights and women’s health care.

Teens Tell The Facts

  • January 1989, 6 minutes.
  • Produced for Stanton House, a girl’s group home.
  • Frank discussion of sexuality issues by teenage girls.

Prostitutes, Risk And AIDS

  • May 1988, 28 minutes. Produced for G.M.H.C., “Living With AIDS.”
  • Places ineffective and punitive AIDS legislation responding to prostitution into the larger context of the representation of prostitution in film and the mainstream media.

A New Tradition: Counseling Safer Sex and Condom Talk

  • June 1988, 30 minutes and 5 mins.
  • Produced for Planned Parenthood of Bergen County, N.J.
  • Training tape explaining the integration of safer sex counseling into family planning.
  • Trigger tape for teenagers to raise issues about discussing condom use with partner.

Another Documentary About the Lower East Side

  • January 1988, 18 minutes.
  • Funded by Global Village, Artist-In-Residence Grant.
  • Experimental documentary challenging the cinema verite, on-the-street, documentary.

Living With AIDS: Women and AIDS

  • December 1987, 28 minutes.
  • Produced for G.M.H.C., “Living With AIDS.”
  • Places women’s issues concerning AIDS into a larger social, political and cultural framework. Includes basic safer sex and clean works education.

Service: Pitzer College

  • Presidential Search Committee, elected faculty representative: 2015.
  • Director, MCSI: 2013-2016.
  • Pitzer Representative to Digital Humanities Mellon Grant Steering Committee.
  • Pitzer Representative to WitsOn: online mentoring for women in STEM.
  • Advancement, Promotion and Tenure: elected committee, 2008-10.
  • Chair, Diversity Committee: 2004-5, 2011-13.
  • Co-chair, Policy Task Force on Affirmative Action.
  • Chair, Committee on Campus Climate and Civility: 2004-5.
  • Co-chair, Ad-hoc Committee on Educational Objectives, 2004-5.
  • Trustees Committee on Social Responsibility: 2004-5.
  • Elected to Faculty Executive Committee: 2000-2002.
  • Diversity Committee: 2001-02.
  • Academic Standards Committee: 1999-2000.
  • Chair, Academic Events Committee, 1996-97; member 1995-96.
  • Voting member, Gender and Feminist Studies field group, 1995-7.
  • Founding member, Inter-collegiate Media Studies group, 1995-present.
  • Founding Member, Lamda Committee on GLBT of the Claremont Colleges, Spring, 1997.
  • Screening Series, Organized and Funded:
  • Pitzer Cinematheque (funded by the Pitzer Forum 2001-03), Imagining Labor (the Forum,
  • 2001-02), F is for Phony (the Forum, 2000), InMediate Future (Weigund Grant, 1999)
  • Alumni in Media, Day-Long Conference, 2001.
  • Presentations: Alumni Weekends, Parent’s Days, 1995-present.

PhD Committees, CGU Cultural Studies                                         

  • Haskins, “African-American Women and Sport, Digital Stories,” (2017, Claremont School of Theology)
  • Jensen. “Asian-Americans and Online Media Activism,” (2016).
  • Kafai, “Re-inscribing Disability: The Performative Activism of Sins Invalid” (2014)
  • A. Thorne, “Framing a Blaxicana Identity: A Cultural Ethnography of Family, Race, and Community in The Valley Homes Lincoln Heights, Ohio, 1955-1960” (2012)
  • S. Falero, “Everyone’s a Critic: Television Without and the Dynamics of Audience Agency” (2011)
  • T. Larkin, “The Vismistic Triadic of Activism, Artivism, Performativism: Performing Artistic Praxis as Aesthetic Identity” (2011)
  • M. Cartier, “Baby, ‘You are my Religion’: The Emergence of ‘Theelogy’ in Pre-Stonewall Butch-femme/gay Women’s Bar Culture and Community” (2010)
  • F. Avalos, “The two sided coin: an examination of on-line and off-line communication in social justice movements” (2009)
  • N. Shaked, “The Paradox of Identity Politics as an Agent in Critical Art: 1970’s-1990’s” (2007)
  • J. Lerner, “The Ruins of Modernity: The Maya in the Modernist Imagination, 1839—2003” (2006)
  • D. Sandoval, “Bajito y Suavecito/Low and Slow: Cruising Through Lowrider Culture” (2003)

Service: Brooklyn College and CUNY

Faculty Day: Documentary Panel, Faculty and Staff Resist Panel, May 2017.

Chair Retreat, Brooklyn College: Organizer and session leader, May 2017.

CUNY Haitian Studies Inst.: Screening and conversation with Arnold Antonin, May 2017.

CUNY Grad Center: Class presentation for Teaching Race and Gender, May 2017.

Teach@CUNY Day: Workshop leader, Practicing Feminist Pedagogy, May 2017.

VHS Archive: Organize and hold community meetings, February, April, May 2017.

Brooklyn Faculty and Staff Resist, Co-founder and organizer, 2017-present.

BC Reponse Art Week: co-organizer, Spring 2017.

Protest Film Screening Series: Co-organizer with Film Department, January-May 2017.

Censored Women’s Film Festival: Co-organizer, Film and Women’s Studies, March 2017.

BC Resistance to Trump Teach In, Speaker, 2017.

Teaching with Technology Faculty Presentation: September, 2016.

Chair, Film Department, 2016-present.

Service To the Field

Program Reviews, Consults

Borough of Manhattan Community College, Academic Program Review team member,

Video Arts and Technology Program, April 2017.

Smith College: Decennial Review Team, Sexuality, Women and Gender Program, 2017.

Consultant, University of the Pacific, Media Studies X Program development, 2016.

Evaluator: Swiss National Science Foundation Commission for Public Science

Communication; Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada: 2011.

Doctoral Program Evaluator, Becoming Media, for the Austrian Science Fund, 2009.

WASC Accreditation Evaluation Team Member for Art Center College of Design, 2007, 2009.

Team Member for Evaluation of Cal Arts, 2010.

Editorial Boards                   

World Records Journal: Editorial Board, 2017-present.

Catalyst: Feminism, Theory, and Technoscience, Editorial Board: 2015-present.

Feminist Media Histories: Editorial Board: 2015-present.

GLQ: Editor, Moving Image Section: 2008-2013.

Cinema Journal, Editorial Board: 2003-8.

Panels, Screening Committees             

Peabody Award, Screening Committee Chair for Documentary Competition, 2017.

Visual Resistance, Oversight Committee, 2017.

Leman Manhattan Preparatory School, Student Film Fest, Judge, 2017.

Herb Alpert Award Panelist: 2016.

Peer Panelist, COLA Award, Department of Cultural Affairs, City of LA, 2013.

Documentary competition judge, Outfest, 2002.

Community, Advising         

Watching/Making Race, Union Docs, Workshop Organizer, 2017.

Magnet Media, Board, 2017-present.

Prison Based Education with the Prison Education Project: 2014-2015.

Queer Mentor SCMS Queer Caucus Mentor Program, 2010-present: 2 mentees/year.

Project advisor, beta-testing: and, 2008.

Resolutions3, Contemporary Video Art Practices, Advisory Committee, 2008-09.

Women in the Director’s Chair 20th Anniversary, Honorary Chairperson, 2000.

Promotion, Tenure, manuscripts 

Outsider Evaluator for Promotion & Tenure:

U Michigan, Occidental College: 2017. CUNY Staten Island, UC Irvine, U Mich: 2016. So. IL, Rutgers, UCSB, CUNY Staten Island, Tulane, 2014. Bryn Mawr, Smith, Brown, 2013. Univ. of Toronto, UCSD, CUNY, Bennett College, 2012. FSU, 2011. Ohio & Bentley Univ., USC, 2010; USC, Syracuse, & American Universities, 2009; Boston University, USC, UC Riverside, 2008. Harvey Mudd, 2007. CU Boulder, Boston University, 2006; UCLA, Loyola Marymount, Harvey Mudd, 2005. American Univ., Irvine, 2004; UCSD, 2003; Occidental College, CGU, UCLA Art, 2002; Univ. of Rochester, UCLA, 2001; University of Denver, 2000.

Manuscript and Journal Reviews:

Indiana University Press, University of Michigan Press, Palgrave Macmillan, Southern Illinois University Press, Duke University Press, Cambria Press, University of Minnesota Press, University of Toronto Press, GLQ, Canadian Journal of Film Studies, Routledge, IJLM, Columbia University Press, Continuum Books, Rutgers University Press (2017), MELUS, First Monday, Ashgate Publishing, SAGE, Intellect Books, Journal of Television and New Media, The Scholar & Feminist Online, Media & Education in the Digital Age, International Feminist Journal of Politics, Rowman & Littlefield Intl., Journal for Artistic Research, NYU Press, New Media & Society, Bloomsbury, Oxford University Press, Univ. of IL Press, ASAP: Arts of the Present.

Select Reviews of My Writing/Media

PerpiTube: RePurposing Social Media Spaces

Learning From YouTube

Video Remains

  • Christoper Castiglia and Christopher Reed, If Memory Serves: Gay Men, AIDS and the Promise of the Queer Past (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2012): Chap 5.
  • Roger Hallas, Reframing Bodies: AIDS, Bearing Witness and the Queer Moving Image (Durham: Duke University Press, 2009)

Women of Vision

  • “Feminists on Film,” by Rachel Rinadlo, In these Times, April 30, 2001:
  • “And Introducing…the Female Director: Documentaries about Women Filmmakers as      Feminist Activism,” Kelly Hankin, NWSA Journal, 19: 1 (Spring) 59-88.

F is for Phony

Dear Gabe

  • Educational Media Reviews online: Dear Gabe, Liza Flanzrich: 2006.
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