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Film Noir, American Workers, and Postwar Hollywood (Working in the Americas) Paperback – April 1, 2010
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About the Author
Dennis Broe is associate professor of film at Long Island University.
More About the Author
In 2015 I published a book on painting and politics titled: "Cold War Expressionism: Perverting the Politics of Perception/Bombast, Blacklists and Blockades in the Postwar Art World."
Fall 2015 will see the publication of a book on Television in the 1950s titled: Maverick or How the West was Lost. The book is part of the TV Milestones series from Wayne State University Press.
I am currently working on a book on contemporary television titled "The end of leisure and the birth of the binge: Hyperindustrialism and Television Seriality.
> My areas of research are Genre Studies, Political Economy of Media, and Film and History.
> I also teach production courses in Screenwriting and was a Sit-Com writer in Hollywood.
> I have written a host of articles for publications such as Cinema Journal, Film and History, Jump cut and Framework. I am also a film critic on Pacifica's Arts Express Radio, syndicated around the country and I will be covering the Cannes and Venice Film Festivals this summer for this show. I am also a television critic and you can follow my "Bro on the World Film Beat" on Arts Express Radio on the Pacifica Radio Network and as part of the James Agee Cinema Circle.
> I am a full professor at Long Island University where I have been teaching for 15 years. I was the Graduate Coordinator in Media Arts and ran the Master's Program, which averaged about 50 students, for seven years.
> I have been teaching at the graduate level at the university now for over 10 years. I teach Media Theory, Corporate Stucture of Media, Film History, Television Genres and Genre courses in Melodrama, Television Sit-Com, Mystery/Thriller/Suspense and Horror.
> I will be moving to Europe in the summer of 2015 and am seeking full or part time employment at a university on the continent and if possible within commuting distance of Paris.