Cinema Studies Associate Professor Erin Hanna Interviewed for Recently Published Book

"See You At San Diego: An Oral History of Comic-Con, Fandom, and the Triumph of Geek Culture"

"See You At San Diego: An Oral History of Comic-Con, Fandom, and the Triumph of Geek Culture"

Erin Hanna, associate professor of cinema studies at the University of Oregon, was interviewed for See You At San Diego: An Oral History of Comic-Con, Fandom, and the Triumph of Geek Culture, which came out on September 6th.  See You At San Diego is a comprehensive chronicle of Comic-Con International and modern geekdom itself as told through countless intimate, hilarious, and often-thought provoking stories by nearly fifty of the most integral members of today’s convention and fandom community.

Hanna’s research explores the intersection of media industries and fans, with a particular emphasis on in-person media events, film and television promotion, and historical fan communities. 

Seats Available in Cinema Studies Fall Term '22 Courses

Explore Cinema Studies Fall Term 2022 Courses

Looking for a fall term course? Space is still available in the following fall term Cinema Studies courses:

  • CINE 198: Post Production Workflow
  • CINE 410: Cinema Careers
  • CINE 410: Cinema and Censorship
  • CINE 490: Global Blockbusters

Read the course descriptions below for more information, and check for updates on seat availability of these courses and others in the major. CINE Majors: Please visit the course list page for the complete list of fall courses and how they satisfy the major.

Congratulations to Assoc. Professor Michael Aronson

Michael Aronson

Cinema Studies Associate Professor Michael Aronson received a Thomas F. Herman Award for Specialized Pedagogy, which recognizes expertise in a specific area of teaching. Aronson is one of seven faculty members to receive a 2022 Distinguished Teaching Award.

“Putting together the time and resources to teach collaboratively can be a real challenge, and so it is extremely gratifying for this type of shared work to be recognized by the award committee and the university.” –Michael Aronson

Cinema Studies is accepting applications for student Lab Monitors for the 2022-23 academic year

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Deadline to Apply:  9:00 a.m. on September 7, 2022

The student Lab Monitor works in the Cinema Studies Lab located in 267 Knight Library.Their primary duties are supervising the lab space and providing assistance for students using computers during open lab times. The Lab Monitor’s other responsibilities include routine cleaning and disinfecting of the space, trouble shooting computer issues, assisting students with production software, and other routine duties.


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