Student profile

Sarah Foulkes

Sarah Foulkes is a graduate student in Film Studies at Concordia University’s Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema. She graduated from McGill University with a BA in English, Cultural Studies stream with minors in Russian Literature and World Cinemas. After a couple of years working in theatre and film (and, of course, retail) Sarah is thrilled to be pursuing her studies at the Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema.

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De Sève Graduate Award
Cinema Development Fund Award
Faculty of Fine Arts Fellowship

Supervisor: Catherine Russell

Thesis Title: Sounds Tough: The Precarious Masculinity of Three Vocal Performances

Research Interests:

  • affect studies
  • sound theory
  • critical race theory
  • performance studies

Teaching/TAships:

  • FMST 211 History of Film to 1950
  • FMST 330 Film Sound

Email: sarahfoulkes11@gmail.com

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