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04: Dispossession and the Search for Justice and Identity in Native American Literature and Film

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Speakers

Professor of Film Studies, Department of Theory and History, University of the Arts, Belgrade
Associate Professor, Department of English, Ohio State University, Columbus Chair
Professor, Department of English and North American Studies, Radboud University Nijmegen Chair

Ph.D. Nevena DAKOVIC

Professor of Film Studies, Department of Theory and History, University of the Arts, Belgrade

1985 B.A., Faculty of Dramatic Arts, University of Arts
1987 B.A. Comparative Literature, University of Belgrade/Faculty of Philology/Group for Comparative Literature
1988 M.A. thesis: The Problem of Film Reception: Aesthetic and Sociological Aspects, University of Belgrade
1990 Doctoral research scholarship - FEMIS, Paris
1992 Ph.D. Hollywood Melodrama: 1940-1960, University of Arts
1991-1999 Assistant, then Assistant Professor of Film History (Dept. of History and Theory/Faculty of Dramatic Arts/University of Arts)
1994 Professor at M.A. studies - course Introduction to Film Studies
1999 Lecturer at CSUB (Centre for Contemporary Art, Belgrade)
  Coordinator of the Interdisciplinary MA Studies at the University of Arts-Group of Art and Media Studies
  Head of the Dept. of Theory and History at the Faculty of Dramatic Arts
  Lecturer at AAEN; Course Nation and Cinema (Alternative Academic Educational Network)
2000 Associate Professor of Film Theory (Dept. of History and Theory/University of Arts)
  Coordinator of the TEMPUS project ADAM for restructuring PhD Studies (participant U of Malme, Edinburgh and Sienna)
2003 Chair of the of the PhD Art and Media Studies at the University of Arts
since 2005 Professor of Film Studies

Ph.D. Chadwick ALLEN

Associate Professor, Department of English, Ohio State University, Columbus

1987 B.A. Comparative Study of Religion, magna cum laude, Harvard University (Cambridge, Massachusetts)
1990 M.F.A. in Writing, Washington University (St. Louis, Missouri)
1994 IIE Fulbright Scholar, Department of Maori Studies, Auckland University (Auckland, New Zealand)
1997 Ph.D. Comparative Cultural and Literary Studies, University of Arizona (Tucson, Arizona)
1997-2003 Assistant Professor, Department of English, Ohio State University
since 2003 Associate Professor, Department of English, Ohio State University
2006 Visiting Professor, Universite du Havre, Le Havre, France (December)
2007-2008 Moore Distinguished Visiting Professor in ethnic literatures, Department of English, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon
2009 Visiting Professor, Department of Foreign Languages and Literature, National Sun Yat-sen University, Kaohsiung, Taiwan (August)

Ph.D. Hans BAK

Professor, Department of English and North American Studies, Radboud University Nijmegen

 Hans Bak is Professor of American Literature at Radboud University Nijmegen in the Netherlands, where he directed the American Studies program from 1996-2008.
1990-2000 President of the Netherlands American Studies Association (ASA)
2000-2003 President of the Association for Canadian Studies in the Netherlands
2000-2004 Treasurer of the European Association for American Studies
2005-2007 American Studies Programs Committee of ASA
 Current research interests include (1) contemporary American and Canadian fiction (Native American/ First Nations literatures; transnational cultural memory); (2) instruments of culture (role and function, impact and influence of American publishers and periodicals; American "middlemen" of letters); (3) reception of American literature and culture in Europe in a comparative, transnational perspective. Most recently, he has contributed two chapters to Four Centuries of Dutch-American Relations, 1609-2009, edited by Hans Krabbendam, Cornelis A. Van Minnen & Giles Scott-Smith (2009), on the reception of American literature in the Netherlands, 1800-1900 and 1900-1950.
 In progress:
 -- The Long Voyage: Selected Letters of Malcolm Cowley, 1915-1987 for Harvard University Press
 -- Malcolm Cowley: An American Life in Letters (biography)
 -- In preparation: research project on America and the "New Europe"
since 2010 Member of the ASA International Committee

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