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Erik Marshall

5050 Bosun’s Way, C1 Ypsilanti, MI 48197 (313)505-1396

erik@erikmarshall.net Education
Ph.D. Wayne State University, May 2010. Dissertation title: Distributed Cinema: Interactive, Networked Spectatorship in the Age of Digital Media . : Robert Burgoyne (advisor), Kirsten Thompson, Steven Shaviro; Outside reader: Nicholas Rombes. B.A. Wayne State University, 1995. Majors: French, Education. Minor: English.

Teaching Experience
College Level:

University of Michigan – Dearborn

Lecturer I, January 2013 - Present

Film and Society, Issues in Cyberspace Oakland Community College , Adjunct, 2009-Present

Introduction to the Film, Composition II Henry Ford Community College Adjunct Professor, Present

Media Writing, Introduction to Telecommunications, History of Film and Criticism Wayne State University. Adjunct Instructor, 2004-Present Graduate Teaching Assistant, 1998-2003. Introduction to Film, Intro to College Writing, Intermediate Composition, American Studies, Works of World Cinema, Writing. Lawrence Technological University. Adjunct Instructor, Fall-Winter 2007 World Masterpieces of Literature I and II College for Creative Studies. Adjunct Instructor, Fall 2004 History of Animation.

Other: 2001 Instructor, 14-week course on black film for local teens. Funded by Ford Foundation, sponsored by the Humanities Center, Wayne State University. 1997-8 Teacher. French and English. Imlay City High School, Imlay City, MI.

Panel Chair. Media Studies. World Cinema. vol. Introduction to Film. April 2007. Literary Adaptations. 2004. Film and Literature. MI. No. Great Lakes THATCamp. Publications "Indexicality And Spectatorship In Digital Media: Waking Life As Hybrid Digital Artifact. Cinema. Jul/Dec 2006. ” Canadian Association for American Studies. 2012. "Dogme 95. Great Lakes THATCamp. Philadelphia.” Session facilitator." Twentieth Century Literature Conference. 2010. October 18. "Moving Words: The Use of Film in Literature. Detroit." Society for Cinema and Media Studies. Lansing. March 2003. Film Philosophy web journal. KY.Teaching and Research Interests Digital media. Visual Culture. IL. MI. Animation Studies. 51. 2002. 2010. McFarland Press. “The Interactive Networked Spectator: Video Games. Lansing. World Literature. March 20-22. Panel Chair." Twentieth Century Literature Conference." Society for Cinema and Media Studies. Baudrillard. Chicago. Conference Presentations “Gamifying Education. April 2005. March 2003. Documentary Film. Michigan State University. Film and Philosophy. “Paying Attention to Deficits in the Attention Economy." Y/X conference." The Gothic Other: Racial and Social Constructions in the Literary Imagination . 6 no. Digital Media Studies. Network Theory. Wayne State University. Review of Fatal Strategies. 44 (http://www. . Machinima. England.filmphilosophy. "Just Kidding: Digital Media and the Rise of Subjective Narration. KY. Cultural Studies. "High Art. Louisville." Revista Ilha do Desterro. Media History. 2008. Documentary Film. "Digital Realism and Database Narrative in Waking Life. PA. March 7.” Society for Cinema and Media Studies. "The Disappearing Other: The Portrayal of Dracula in Francis Ford Coppola ’s Bram Stoker's Dracula. London. Louisville. Participant.com/vol6-2002/n44marshall). History of Film. Michigan State University.

Washington. Wayne State University Professional Memberships Society for Cinema and Media Studies Modern Language Association. D."Belief Construction vs. 2001. Death. May." Society for Cinema Studies. Departmental Service 2001-2 Appointments Committee. Foreign Language French: proficient speaking and fluent reading abilities. "Portryals of Drug Use in Recent Films. March 2001. Historical Fact in Morris's Mr. Detroit.C. Wayne State University. Wayne State University 1999-2000 Graduate Committee." Y/X conference. .