Professor Rosanna Maule, PhD
Professor (Film Studies), Cinema
Rosanna Maule is Professor of Film Studies at the Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema, Concordia University, Montreal. She joined Concordia University in 2000. She holds a PhD (2000) in Communications with concentration in Film Studies from the University of Iowa, USA.
She is the author of Digital Platforms and Feminist Film Discourse: Women's Cinema 2.0 (Palgrave, 2016);
She is a member of two international networks devoted to feminist historiography, the Film History International and the Women's Cinema Global, and a collaborator of TECHNE, an international research team which investigates the technical history of cinema in the digital age. She is on the editorial board of the international film journal Mimesis.
PhD (University of Iowa)
Film history and historiography, with an emphasis on Western European cinemas, early cinema, contemporary film theory, including feminist theory and criticism, issues in authorial film practices, theories of national cinemas, postmodernism, women's cinema and new media, cinephilia, women and film culture .
At Concordia University Maule teaches courses and seminars based on her areas of expertise.
Additionally, she regularly teaches workshops at the Escuela Internacional de Cine y Television EICTV (San Antonio de los Baños, Cuba) and doctoral seminars at Roma 3 University, two institutions with which she has helped establish academic links.