Kevin R Sherman

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CINE 19 Documentary,New Media& Society 3.0 75383 831 Onl HOURS ARR  Deadlines Book
CINE 19-Sec 831 is an online class with no required meetings on-campus. For course details students must check instructor's website at For more information about online courses go to
CINE 20A Film History:Evol of Film Expr 3.0 72409 001 L/L R 01:40-05:30PM VART A114 Deadlines Final Book

PhD in English (Film Studies), University of Florida, ABD (Expected December 2013)

MA in Cinema Studies, San Francisco State University, 2008

BA in Cinema, San Francisco State University, 2002

Kevin Sherman is a new addition to the Cinema Department faculty and is teaching CINE 20A - Film History: Evolution of Film Expression in Fall 2013. He previously has taught a variety of film studies courses at both San Francisco State University and the University of Florida. Kevin is currently finishing his dissertation on autobiographical documentary at the University of Florida. His research interests include documentary, ethnographic film and video, experimental film, and film aesthetics. He most recently completed an essay on Michael Haneke's Caché for the 2nd edition of Film Analysis: A Norton Reader, edited by Jeffrey Geiger and R.L. Rutsky, forthcoming later in 2013.

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