|Asst Prof Brian Keith Bergen-Aurand |
Division of English
School of Humanities and Social Sciences
College of Humanities, Arts, & Social Sciences
- PhD University of Maryland at College Park 2004
- GradCert (Critical Theory) University of Maryland at College Park 2003
- MA Salisbury University 1992
- BA Purdue University 1990
|Brian Bergen-Aurand teaches in the Division of English. He earned his PhD in Comparative Literature from the University of Maryland College Park in 2004 and a special certificate in Critical Theory from Maryland in 1997. He earned his MA in English from Salisbury University in 1992 and his BA in English from Purdue University in 1990. His most recent articles have appeared in New Review of Film and Television Studies, Photovision, Romance Studies, and CineAction. Currently, he is completing a book entitled Cinematic Provocations: Ethics, Justice, and the Body and serves as a reader for Philosophy in Review and an editor for the journal Gender on our Minds.|
|His primary research interests include Comparative Studies, Film Theory and Criticism, Ethics, and Embodiment.|
|Research Grant |
|Current Projects |
- The Historical Dictionary of Queer Cinema
- Brian Bergen-Aurand, Mary Mazzilli, Hee Wai-siam. (Ed.). (2014). Transnational Chinese Cinemas, Embodiment, Corporeality, and Desire (in English)United States: Bridge21 Publications.
- Brian Bergen-Aurand. (2014). Of Redemption: The Good of Film ExperienceArt and Ethics. (pp. Chapter 10)..
- Brian Bergen-Aurand. (2013). Notes on ZENNE DANCER. Journal of Men and Masculinities, .
- Brian Bergen-Aurand. (2013). Barcelona: City of RefugeThe Films of Woody Allen. (pp. 424-440)..
- Brian Bergen-Aurand. (2012). Peace, Justice and the Body. PMLA, .