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HBS 025 SHERIL ANTONIO ACADEMIC ASSOCIATE DEAN NYU TISCH
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Dr. Sheril Antonio is an Associate Arts Professor in the department of Art and Public Policy and the Associate Dean of the Kanbar Institute of Film & Television. From 2008/9, she served as the chair of the Clive Davis Department of Recorded Music and was that department'��s inaugural chair in 2003/4. She also served as chair of the Graduate Film Program in 2001/2 and for two years from 2013/15 the interim chair of the Goldberg Department of Dramatic Writing.
Her courses include Anatomy of Difference: The Other in Film, The World Through Art, and Language of Film. She received Curricular Development Challenge Grants for two courses: Issues in Contemporary African-American Cinema (taught 1992-1995) and The Summer Film & Video Program for High School Students (designed in collaboration in 1995). She is an advisor and frequent lecturer whose presentations include: a live online debate about the movie Precious with Stanley Crouch; The Double Down Film Show, Future Filmmakers Workshop; Advisory Board of Ghetto Film School, The Cinema High School; and the NAACP. She has been interviewed for television, radio, and print, including Studio 360: Girls on Film and WNYC 93.9FM, Orpheus: to Hell and Back.
The Clive Davis Institute - is the first and only program of its kind to provide professional business and artistic training toward a BFA in Recorded Music. We aim to provide students with the necessary skills — business, creative, and intellectual — so that they might emerge as visionary creative entrepreneurs in the evolving music industry.
Dr. Antonio is the author of Contemporary African American Cinema, 2001. Her other works include: Do Hollywood Films Truly Reflect Life in America?; a feature essay for the inaugural issue of Black Camera: The Urban-Rural Binary in Black American Film and Culture, Indiana University Press 2009, New Black Cinema: When Self-Empowerment Becomes Assimilation, Bertz Verlang, 2006; and Matriarchs, Rebels, Adventurers, and Survivors: Renditions of Black Womanhood in Contemporary African American Cinema, Sight & Sound, Supplement, July 2005; as well as blogs for Huffington Post and Stackstreet.
NEW YORK UNIVERSITY DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY, CINEMA STUDIES MASTER OF FINE ARTS, LIBERAL STUDIES BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS, FILM & TELEVISION
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