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Lisa M. Tillmann gave the fourth annual Communication Alumni lecture on February 5th in our performance studio. Her presentation included a screening of her film Off the Menu: Challenging the Politics and Economics of Body and Food .
Lisa graduated from our program with her Ph. D. in 1998. She currently is Professor of Critical Media and Cultural Studies at Rollins College in Winter Park, Florida. She teaches courses in introductory and advanced research methods; media and cultural studies; gender and sexualities; and body and food.
She is author of the book Between Gay and Straight: Understanding Friendship across Sexual Orientation and co-creator of two documentary films, Off the Menu: Challenging the Politics and Economics of Body and Food and Remembering a Cool September.
Luis Batista, a 2011 USF graduate in communication, is enhancing digital communication with an app he created. Read all about it by reading the story here.
Leanne Stuart Pupchek has been appointed Professor in the Knight School of Communication at Queens University of Charlotte.
Carolyn Ellis has received a Research One grant from the Office of Research & Innovation a USF to help finance the showing of her film“Behind the Wall” to the USF community on April 3, 2014.
This 45-minute documentary tells the story of Warsaw Ghetto survivor JerryRawicki's return visit to Poland in 2013, his first since the Holocaust.
Working collaboratively with ethnographer and filmmaker Ellis, Mr. Rawicki discusses his thoughts and feelings about his homeland,
explores the working of memory, and considers the virtue of forgiveness.