Professor (Film Studies), Cinema
Luca Caminati's research deals with post-colonial theory and orientalist discourses in post-WWII Italian cinema and media, with a specific interest in non-fiction film and media arts. In 2009-2010 he was the recipient of the Paul Mellon/National Endowments for the Humanities "Rome Prize", a residential fellowship awarded by the American Academy in Rome. His current SSHRC-funded project, titled Traveling Auteurs: the Geopolitical Afterlife of Postwar Italian Art Cinema, investigates the "Third World" documentary films of political filmmakers and artists. He is currently serving as associate editor for the journal Italica.He previously taught at Colgate University and the University of Florida.
PhD (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
Laurea (Università Statale di Genova, summa cum laude)
Loretta Hung teaches in the Department of Finance at the John Molson School of Business and was nominated for the 2011 Dean's Award for Teaching Excellence (undergraduate level) and the 2005-2006 Distinguished Teacher Award. Loretta has published articles in the Journal of Portfolio Management and in Management Decision. She holds a BComm in Finance and an MSc in Finance from Concordia University.