Introduction
Teaching Interests
Educational Background
Schedule




College of Arts & letters

John Ramirez
Full Professor


Office: King Hall D4051
Phone: 323-343-4207
FAX: 323-343-6467
Email: jramire4@calstatela.edu



INTRODUCTION

Graduate from UCLA's doctoral program in Critical Media Studies. Research interests include: documentary history, theory, criticism; Chicano Cinema; independent U.S. film/video; critical media literacy and pedagogy; queer, post-colonial, and feminist theory and criticism; cultural studies; film/video programming.


TEACHING INTERESTS

film/television criticism; independent U.S. film/video; cross-cultural film/video; documentary history, theory, criticsm


Research Interests

Representative Professional Activities

Date

Publications/Presentations

June 2000 "Book Review: The Biz." International Documentary, 19:5.
Dec. 1999 "The Chicano Homosocial Film: Mapping the Discourses of Sex and Gender in American Me." Pre/Text: Constructing Masculinities 16.3-4: 260-274.
Jan./Feb. 1999 "Focus On . . . Writing for the Documentary." International Documentary. 18:1-2, 36.
1997 "Introduction to the Sandinista Documentary Cinema" in New Latin American Cinema, Vol. 2, edited by Michael Martin. Detroit: Wayne State UP. 209-214.
1990 "Nicaraguan Recosntruction Documentary: Toward a Theory and Practice of Participatory Cinema and Dialogic Address" in The Social Documentary in Latin America, edited by Julianne Burton. Pittsburgh, PA: U of Pittsburgh P. 289-314.


EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

Ph.D. Critical Film and Television Studies June 1991
UCLA

Los Angeles, CA

M.A. Critical Film and Television Studies March 1984
UCLA

Los Angeles, CA

B.A. Political Science June 1977
UCLA

Los Angeles, CA


Winter 2002 SCHEDULE

CourseSect. No.TitleUnitsDay & TimeRoom
COMS 520 01 Sem: Documentary Film and Television 04 Saturday, 12:30-4:10 Salazar Hall C366A

OFFICE HOURS

DayTime
Monday6:00-9:00 PM

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