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 Dr. N. Frank Ukadike

•  Associate Professor  •
Communication Dept., 219 Newcomb Hall
Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana 70118

 Dr. N. Frank Ukadike



Courses

  • Introduction to Cinema
  • Introduction to African and African Diaspora Studies
  • Film Analysis
  • Authors and Genres
  • Documentary Film
  • Culture, Dominance and Resistance
  • African Cinema
  • Third World Cinema
  • History of World Cinema


Research Interests

  • Film, Culture, Media and Society
  • African Diaspora and Third World Cinemas
  • Film History, Theory and Criticism


Publications

  N. Frank Ukadike, "Critical Dialoges: Transcultural Modernities and
  Modes of Narrating Africa in Documentary Films. "Matatu:  Journal for
  African Culture and Society
, volume 36, number 1, 2009.
 
  "Bamako: Calling to Account," Sight and Sound, volume 17, number 2,
  February 2007.
  
  "Dialectical and Experiential Interplay Between Art and Culture" in Film
  Analysis: A Norton Reader
(New York: WW Norton & Co.), edited by
  Jeffrey Geiger and R. L. Rutsky, 2005.


Education

  New York University
  Ph.D.


Contact

  Ph:  (504) 862-3041
  Fax:  (504) 862-3040
  Email: ukadike@tulane.edu
  Office:  301 Newcomb Hall, Office A
  Office Hours:  Mondays 2pm - 4:30pm


Communication Dept., Tulane U., 219 Newcomb Hall, 1229 Broadway, New Orleans, LA 70118 504-865-5730 comminfo@tulane.edu