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  • Genevieve Yue

    Assistant Professor of Culture and Media; Program Director and Departmental Faculty Advisor for Screen Studies

    Email
    yueg@newschool.edu

    Office Location
    C - 64 West 11th Street

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    Genevieve Yue

    Profile

    Genevieve Yue is an associate professor of Culture and Media and director of the Screen Studies program at Lang, and she currently holds the Eugene M. Lang Professorship for Excellence in Teaching and Mentoring. She received her Ph.D. in the Critical Studies program at the School of Cinematic Arts, University of Southern California and has been a recipient of the Consortium for Faculty Diversity postdoctoral fellowship at Macalester College (2011–2013) and the Humanities Center Fellowship at the University of Rochester (2016). She is a member of the Board of Trustees of the Flaherty, where she leads the Nanook Centennial Advisory Group, and she has also independently programmed film screenings at Anthology Film Archives, Metrograph, MassArt, and UCLA. She is co-editor of the Cutaways series at Fordham University Press, and her essays and criticism have appeared in October, Grey Room, The Times Literary Supplement, Reverse ShotFilm Comment, and Film Quarterly. Her book Girl Head: Feminism and Film Materiality was published in 2020 by Fordham University Press.


    Degrees Held

    BA: Princeton University, 2001, in Comparative Literature

    PhD: University of Southern California, 2012, in Critical Studies, School of Cinematic Arts


    Professional Affiliation

    Society for Cinema and Media Studies


    Recent Publications

    Girl Head: Feminism and Film Materiality  (Fordham UP, 2020)

    "The Generic Face: Galton, Muybridge and the Photographic Proof of Race," in Faces on Screen: New Approaches, ed. Alice Maurice (forthcoming from Edinburgh UP, 2022)

    "The Accidental Outside: Notes on Experimental Documentary Film Festivals," World Records (forthcoming)

    Art and Class Struggle roundtable, ARTMargins (2020) 10 (3): 97–125.

    "Nanook of the North's Pasts and Futures," Framework: The Journal of Cinema and Media (2021) 62 (2): 163-171.

    "Roundtable: Wild Sounds and Women’s Voices," Discourse: Journal for Theoretical Studies in Media and Culture (2017) 39 (3): 338-375.

    Nico Baumbach, Damon Young, and Genevieve Yue, “For a Political Critique of Culture” in Nico Baumbach, Damon Young, and Genevieve Yue, eds., “The Cultural Logic of Contemporary Capitalism: Jameson and After,” Social Text (2016) 34 (2): 1–20.

    "A View from a Booth," Metrograph Edition (2016) 1

    “China Girls on the Margins of Cinema,” October (2015) 153: 96–116.


    Performances and Appearances

    "China Girls in Experimental Film: Lecture and Screening," UCLA Film and Television Archive (April 24, 2022)

    "The Woman in the Film Archive," Visual Culture Colloquium, Bryn Mawr College (April 6, 2022)

    "Experiments in Criticism," FICUNAM (March 15, 2022)

    Podcast: New Books Network (November 3, 2021)

    "Beyond Representation: an Interview with Genevieve Yue," by Mackenzie Lukenbill, Film Comment (June 14, 2021)

    Podcast: The Last Thing I Saw, Ep. 38: The Red Balloon, Tony Longo, The Gleaners and I with Genevieve Yue and Nico Baumbach (2021)

     


    Research Interests

    experimental film and video, moving image art, documentary, film theory, media theory and history, feminist film theory


    Awards And Honors

    GIDEST Fellowship, The New School (2021-2022)

    University of Rochester, Humanities Center Fellow (2016)

    Consortium for Faculty Diversity Postdoctoral Fellowship, Macalester College (2011–2013)

    Grayson and Judith Manning Endowed Fellowship, University of Southern California  (2011–2012)

    Associates Scholarship, School of Cinematic Arts, University of Southern California (2008–2009)

    Cukor Scholarship, School of Cinematic Arts, University of Southern California (2008–2009)


    Current Courses

    Experimental Film:Sites&Spaces
    LCST 3618, Spring 2022

    Independent Senior Project
    LCST 4990, Spring 2022

    Independent Study
    LCST 3950, Spring 2022

    The Film Object
    LCST 3771, Spring 2022

    Future Courses

    Experimental Documentary
    LCST 4565, Fall 2022

    Experimental Documentary
    NMDS 5344, Fall 2022

    Independent Senior Project
    LCST 4990, Fall 2022

    Independent Study
    LCST 3950, Fall 2022

    Nanook of the North
    LCST 4075, Fall 2022

    Past Courses

    Home/Movies
    LCST 2070, Fall 2021

    Independent Senior Project
    LCST 4990, Fall 2021

    Independent Study
    LCST 3950, Fall 2021

    Intro to Screen Studies
    LCST 2122, Fall 2021

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