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Julia Kaziewicz

Ph.D.

Email : [[e|jxkazi]]

Education

B.A. 2003, New York University, English and American Literature with a Specialization in Creative Writing, Art History Minor

M.A. 2006, New York University, English and American Literature

Research Interests

20th Century American Literature, Art & Film; Cold War Culture; Critical Theory

Courses Taught
William & Mary
Instructor of Record
LCST/FILM 351: Global Film and the Super/Natural (Spring 2011)
ENGL 207: Themes and Issues in American Literature - Post War Literature & American Identity (Spring 2011, Fall 2010)
AMST 470: Film and American Culture in the Early Cold War (Spring 2010)
LCST/FILM 351: Global Film and Music (Spring 2010)
AMST 470: Conceptions of Home and Identity in Modern America (Spring 2009)
Teaching Assistant
AMST 202: Cinema and the Modernization of America (Fall 2007)
 
Christopher Newport University - Newport News, Virginia
Instructor of Record
ENGL 123: First-Year Writing (Spring 2011, Fall 2010)
ULLC/ENGL 223: Second-Year Writing and Research (Fall 2010)
 
Thomas Nelson Community College - Williamsburg Virginia
Instructor of Record
College Composition (Summer 2010, Summer 2009)
Recent Publications and Presentations
Review of The Terror Dream: Fear and Fantasy in Post-9/11 American by Susan Faludi in September 11th in Popular Culture: A Guide, eds. Sara E. Quay and Amy M. Damico. ABC-CLIO, 2010.
"Folk Art of Modern Art?: Abby Aldrich Rockefeller and the 'New American Arts." North East American Studies Association (NEASA) Conference, October 2010.
"Attack on All Fronts: How the Rockefellers Dominated American Cold War Culture." Cold War Cultures Conference, University of Texas at Austin, October 2010.
Professional Experience
W.W. Norton and Peace Hill Press, Curriculum Writer, Since 2010
General Services Administration Art-in-Architecture intern, Washington DC, Fall 2008
The Museum of Modern Art Intern, New York, New York, Summer 2007
W&M Global Film Festival Production Assistant, Since 2008
W&M Graduate Research Symposium Coordinator and Volunteer, Since 2008
W&M Writing Resource Center Consultant, Since 2007
Recognition
W&M President's Aide, Graduate Arts & Sciences Representative (Nominated by Dean of Graduate Studies), 2010-2011
W&M Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Mentoring in the Humanities and Social Sciences, 2010
W&M Kappa Delta Sorority Award for Teacher of the Month (Nominated and Selected by Undergraduate Students), May 2009