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TERESA BERGMAN
OVERVIEW: RESEARCH, TEACHING AND SERVICE
The focus of my research is currently in analyzing the changing representations of
patriotism, nationalism and citizenship in the films and exhibits in public history sites. My
research incorporates an interdisciplinary methodology that includes rhetoric, documentary
film theory, ethnography, memory studies and critical/cultural studies. These varied
theoretical approaches help to illuminate the intersection of location, memory and
representation. I have taught for twenty–two years at the postsecondary level, and my course
topics range from documentary film history to communication criticism, film production,
and I have professional documentary film/video production experience. My preferred areas
of teaching include history and rhetoric of documentary film, critical/cultural studies, critical
and qualitative research methodologies, rhetorical criticism, U.S. popular culture, media
criticism, scriptwriting, and film/video production. My academic service for the National
Communication Association (NCA) and the Western States Communication Association
(WSCA) includes serving as associate editor for the Western Journal of Communication and
the Women’s Studies in Communication journals.
EDUCATION
Ph.D. American Cultural and Film Studies, University of California, Davis
Dissertation: “Fashionably Objective: When the Politics of Epistemology
Encounter Progressive Political Documentary Representation”
2001
M.A. Cinema Studies, San Francisco State University
1992
B.A. English, University of California, Berkeley
1978
ACADEMIC EMPLOYMENT HISTORY
Associate Professor, Communication Department, University of the Pacific, August 2006 –
Present. Courses taught include Communication 31 Media and Society, Communication 133
Documentary Film as Persuasive Communication, Communication 134 Documentary
Film Production, Communication 293A graduate seminar in Critical Theory and Ideology,
Communication 261 graduate seminar in Critical and Qualitative Research
Methodologies, Communication 293 A Visual Communication, Pacific Seminar II Media
and Pop Culture Critique, and Pacific Seminar III The Ethics of Family, Work and
Citizenship.
Co-Director Graduate Studies, Communication Department, University of the Pacific,
January 2013–Present.
Interim Director Film Studies Program, University of the Pacific, August – December 2010.
Assistant Professor, Department of Communication Design, California State University,
Chico, 8/01- 6/06. Courses taught include Video Field Production (a video production class
covering digital cameras and digital editing), History of Documentary Film (a survey class),
and Communication Criticism (an introductory rhetorical criticism class), Advanced
Documentary Production (students produced four five minute documentaries).
Teaching Assistant Consultant, Teaching Resource Center, UC Davis, 9/99 – 6/00.
Competitively selected to participate in a graduate student professional development
program providing peer consulting with graduate student instructors, and developing campus
presentations designed to improve teaching skills.
Lecturer, Documentary Film, Advertising Copy Writing, Script Writing, California State
University at Chico, 1/96 - 5/97.
Instructor, English Composition, History of Contemporary Television, Introduction to
Screenwriting, Butte Community College, 1/91 - 5/94.
PUBLICATIONS
Bergman, T. Exhibiting Patriotism: Creating and Contesting Interpretations of American
Historic Sites. Left Coast Press, 2013.
Bergman, T. “Can Patriotism Be Carved In Stone?: A Critical Analysis of Mt. Rushmore’s
Orientation Films.” Observation Points: The Visual Poetics of National Parks. Ed. Thomas
Patin. University of Minnesota Press, 2012.
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PUBLICATIONS (cont’d.)
Bergman, T. and Cynthia Smith. “You Were on Indian Land: Alcatraz Island as
Recalcitrant Memory Space” Places of Public Memory: Rhetoric of Museums and
Memorials. Eds. Greg Dickinson, Brian Ott, And Carole Blair. University of Alabama
Press, 2010.
Bergman, T. “The Political Symbolism in the Documentary Chisholm: Unbought &
Unbossed.” Gender and Political Communication in America. Ed. Janis Edwards, Rowman,
Littlefield/Lexington Books, 2009.
Bergman, T. “Documentary Film Theory,” Encyclopedia of Communication Theory. Eds.
Stephen Littlejohn and Karen Foss. Sage Publications, 2009.
Bergman, T. “Can Patriotism Be Carved In Stone?: A Critical Analysis of Mt. Rushmore’s
Orientation Films.” Rhetoric and Public Address, Volume 11, No.1, 2008.
Bergman, Teresa. “Personal Narrative, Dialogism and the Performance of ‘Truth’ in
Complaints of a Dutiful Daughter.” Text and Performance Quarterly, Volume 24, No.1,
2004.
Bergman, Teresa. “A Critical Analysis of the California State Railroad Museum’s
Orientation Films.” The Western Journal of Communication, Volume 67, No. 4, Fall 2003.
PUBLICATIONS (in progress)
Bergman, T. “U.S. Commemoration of Women: Women’s Rights National Historic Park in
Seneca Falls, Women in Military Service Memorial in Arlington Cemetery, Vietnam
Women’s Memorial, Portrait Monument in the Capitol Rotunda, Rosie the Riveter
Memorial in Richmond, CA.”
HONORS and AWARDS
Exhibiting Patriotism: Creating and Contesting Interpretations of American Historic Sites
selected for finalist in the Jane Jacobs Urban Communication Award.
Awarded 2013 UOP Scholarly Artistic/Activity Grant for research on U.S. commemoration
of women).
Awarded 2011 Eberhardt Scholarly Fellowship for research on completing Exhibiting
Patriotism book manuscript.
Awarded 2007–8 UOP Scholarly Artistic/Activity Grant for research on “Lessons in
Symbolism in the Lincoln Memorial’s Orientation Films.”
Awarded a one course reduction for the 2007–8 academic year from the UOP
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HONORS AND AWARDS (cont’d.)
Communication Department to complete work on the remaining chapters for my book,
Disorientation: The Evolving Representation of Patriotism and Nationalism in U.S.
Memorial and Museum Orientation Films.
CSUC Office of Special Projects 2006 provided funding for a research trip to The Alamo
for my paper, “How To Remember The Alamo.”
CSUC Research Foundation Summer Scholar Award 2005 for “Submerged Patriotism: A
Critical Analysis of the USS Arizona Memorial’s Orientation Films.”
CSUC Research Foundation Summer Scholar Award 2003 for “Can Patriotism Be
Carved In Stone?: A Critical Analysis of Mt. Rushmore’s Orientation Films.”
Top competitive paper for the 2002 International Communication Association Conference in
the Popular Communication Division, “Fashionably Objective: When the Politics of
Epistemology Encounter Progressive Political Documentary Representation.”
Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching grant for paper presentation at the 2001
National Communication Association Conference.
Top competitive paper for the 2000 Western States Communication Conference panel in
Media Studies, “The Rhetoric of Documentary Film and Mythic Representation: In the
Shadow of the Stars.”
Research grant from Women’s Consortium on Research, UC Davis, 1999.
Teaching Assistant Consultant Program, UC Davis, 1999 - 2000.
Doctoral Incentive/Forgivable Loan from the California State University.
First place in the 1991 Robbie and Ellen Little Screenwriting Contest for Masters thesis Flip
Side.
Accepted for the 1994 Squaw Valley Writers’ conference in the Screenwriting group.
Acceptance of my documentary film, Angry Young Men in two film festivals, “The Film
Arts Festival of Independent Cinema” in San Francisco, and “Film Finals” at San Francisco
State University.
CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS
Bergman, T. “Sex and Gender in the Lincoln Memorial’s Orientation Film” for the 2013
National Communication Conference.
Bergman, T. “How to Remember Rosie in the documentary ‘The Life and Times of Rosie the
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CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS (cont’d.)
Riveter” for the 2013 Western States Communication Conference.
Bergman, T. “Perfect Communities, Imagined Spaces, and Visions of America: Examining
Disney’s Place In Public Memory” for 2012 National Communication Association
Conference.
Bergman, T. “The California Railroad Museum Learns its Place” for the 2011 Western
States Communication Association Conference.
Bergman. T. “Bridging Historic Locations and Contemporary Identities” for the 2010
National Communication Conference.
Bergman, T. “The Rhetoric of Oppressive Montage in Chisholm: Unbought & Unbossed”
for the 2010 Rhetoric Society of America Conference.
Bergman, T. “How to Remember Rosie: The Politics of Representation and Memory at the
Rosie the Riveter Memorial” for the 2009 National Communication Association Conference.
Bergman, T. “Lessons in Symbolism in the Lincoln Memorial’s Orientation Film” for the
2008 National Communication Association Conference.
Bergman, T. “Unbought & Unbossed and Unable to Break Through” for the 2008 Western
States Communication Association Conference.
Bergman, T. and Jon Schamber. “How to Remember the Alamo” for the 2007 National
Communication Association pre-conference in Urban Communication.
Bergman, T. “Can Patriotism be Carved in Stone?” for the 2006 National Communication
Association Conference.
Bergman, T. “How To Remember The Alamo” a presidential invited presentation for the
2006 National Communication Association Conference.
Bergman, T. “Two Thousand Years in Thirteen Minutes: A Critical Analysis of
Alcatraz Island’s Orientation Films” for the 2005 National Communication
Association Conference.
Bergman, T. “Submerged Patriotism: A Critical Analysis of the USS Arizona’s Orientation
Films” for the 2005 Western States Communication Conference.
Bergman, T. “The Politics of Representation in Mt. Rushmore’s Orientation Films” for the
2003 National Communication Association Conference.
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CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS (cont’d.)
Bergman, T. “The Camera as Killer in The Blair Witch Project” for the 2002 National
Communication Association Conference.
Bergman, T. “Fashionably Objective: When the Politics of Epistemology Encounter
Progressive Political Representation in Documentary Film” for the 2002 International
Communication Association Conference.
Bergman, T. Participant in panel on “Feminist Pedagogy and Production” for the 2002
Broadcasters Education Association Conference.
Bergman, T. “Fashionably Objective: When the Politics of Epistemology Encounter
Progressive Political Representation in Documentary Film” for the 2002 Western States
Communication Association Conference. (This is the second half of the paper presented for
International Communication Association, above.)
Bergman, T. “The Medium is Only Part of the Message in The Blair Witch Project” for the
2001 National Communication Association Conference.
Bergman, T. “Orientational Moves in the California State Railroad Museum 1981 and 1991
Orientation Films” for the 2001 Western States Communication Association Conference.
Bergman, T. “Ruminations on the 1997 Western States Communication Association
Conference” for the 2000 National Communication Conference.
Bergman, T. “The Rhetoric of Documentary Film and Mythic Representation: In the
Shadow of the Stars” for the 2000 Western States Communication Association Conference.
Bergman, T. “Autobiography, Dialogic Engagement and Madness in Complaints of a
Dutiful Daughter” for the 1999 National Communication Association Conference.
Bergman, T. “Objectively Speaking: Reports From the Documentary Field” for the 1999
National Communication Association Conference.
Bergman, T. “Bakhtin’s Dialogic Model and Complaints of a Dutiful Daughter” for the
1998 Visible Evidence Conference.
CONFERENCE PARTICIPATION
Organizer for 2013 National Communication Association pre-conference Tour of National
Mall Memorials: WWII Memorial, Lincoln Memorial, FDR Memorial and the Martin
Luther King, Jr. Memorial.
Respondent for the panel “Rhetoric, Narrative and Public Memory” for the 2012 Western
States Communication Conference.
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CONFERENCE PARTICIPATION (cont’d.)
Respondent for the panel, “Old and New Media: Photographs, Radio Graffiti and Blogging”
at the 2012 Western States Communication Association Conference.
Respondent for the panel “Visuality/Nationality: National Identity, Globalism, and Cultural
Hybridity” for the 2011 National Communication Association Conference.
Roundtable on Research in Progress: Communicating National and Political Identities,
“Chasing Patriotism,” 2011 National Communication Association.
Chair for the panel “Music to Read By: Communication and Community in Music, Blogs,
and magazines” for the 2011 Western States Communication Association Conference.
Respondent for the panel “Landscapes of Nationalism: Scenes of American Identity and
Heritage” for the 2010 National Communication Conference.
Respondent for the panel “Observing Controversy: Studies on the Visual Element of Social
Disagreement” for the 2010 National Communication Conference.
Respondent for the faculty panel “”Constructions of Identity in Cinema, Visual Culture, and
Literature” for the 2010 Gender, Race and Space Conference at University of the Pacific.
Respondent for the panel “Identity and Apologia: Exploring the Rhetoric of Remembering
and Reconciliation” for the 2010 Western States Communication Conference.
Respondent for the panel “Critiquing Ideology, Considering Alternatives: Gender, Sexuality,
and Consumption in Film and Advertising” for the 2010 Western States Communication
Conference.
Chair for the panel, “Rhetorical Representations: Exploring Discourses of Immigration and
Whiteness” for the 2010 Western States Communication Conference.
Respondent for “ Creating Discourses: Issues of Truth and Self Through Media” for the
2009 Western States Communication Conference, Denver, CO.
Participant in the National Communication Association Urban Pre-Conference (selected
through peer review) 2007, 2008.
Chair for “Mediating the Rhetorical Subject in Film, Television and on the Web” for the
2008 Western States Communication Conference.
Respondent for “Post 9/11 Media Representations of Violence, Conflict and Power” for the
2008 Western States Communication Conference.
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CONFERENCE PARTICIPATION (cont’d.)
Chair for “Reality Television as Content” panel for the Mass Communication Division for
2007 National Communication Association.
Respondent for the Top Papers Panel for the Media Studies Interest Group for the 2007
Western States Communication Association.
Reviewer/Chair /Respondent for panel at the Undergraduate Scholars Research Conference
for 2006 Western States Communication Association.
Chair Top Four Paper Panel for the Media Studies Interest Group for the 2006 Western
States Communication Association Conference.
Chair for the “Media, Journalism and Their Publics” panel for the 2005 National
Communication Association Conference.
Respondent for the “Exploring New Methodologies and Modes of Resistance in Media”
panel for the 2004 National Communication Association Conference.
Respondent for the “Debut Papers in Media Studies” panel for the 2004 Western States
Communication Association Conference.
INVITED LECTURES
Guest Lecture at Regis University, Denver, CO, “Encountering Disciplinary Intersections in
Exhibiting Patriotism: Creating and Contesting Interpretations of American Historic Sites,
Spring, 2014.
Guest lecture at California State University, San Bernardino, “Critical Lessons from
Exhibiting Patriotism: Creating and Contesting Interpretations of American Historic Sites”
February 13, 2014.
State of the Humanities Lecture at University of the Pacific, “Necessary Tensions:
Encountering Discipline Patrols in Interdisciplinary Research,” May 5, 2012.
Keynote address at San Francisco City College Gender Conference on “How to
Remember Rosie: The Politics of Representation at the Rosie the Riveter Memorial”
March 15, 2012.
Guest lecture at UOP on “How to Remember Rosie: The Politics of Memory at the Rosie the
Riveter Memorial,” for Professor Jennifer Helgren’s Public History course on April 3, 2013.
Guest Lecture at UOP on “Sex and Gender in the Lincoln Memorial” for Professor Edie
Sparks’ Women and War course on March 28, 2013.
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INVITED LECTURES (cont’d.)
Lecture for the Pacific American Communication Institute at UOP, September 26, 2012 on
“Documentary as Persuasive Communication”
Keynote address at Pennsylvania State University, Erie’s Gender Conference on “Sex and
Gender in the Lincoln Memorial: The Politics of Interpreting Lincoln’s Legacy” April 14,
2011.
Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at University of the Pacific, “Submerged Patriotism: The
Changing Messages of Citizenship and Nationalism at the U.S.S. Arizona” July 11, 12, 13,
2011.
Guest Lecture at UOP on the representation of Chinese at the California State Railroad
Museum for Dr. Jennifer Helgren’s “Public History and Museum Studies” class, November
4, 2010.
Guest lecture for the Northern California American Civil Liberties Union on “The Role of
Documentary Film in the Public Sphere,” October 13, 2009, Modesto, CA.
Guest lecture at California State University, Stanislaus on “You Were on Indian Land:
Remembering and Forgetting Native Americans on Alcatraz Island,” October 2006.
Guest lecture at California State University, Stanislaus on the documentary film Rabbit in
the Moon, January 2006.
ACADEMIC SERVICE
University of the Pacific
Elected Chair Faculty Research Committee 2012–present.
Co-Director Graduate Studies for the Communication Department, 2013–present.
Budget Committee member for Forensics Team 2010, 2012–present.
Organized Communication Department’s Distinguished Lecture presentation for Dr. Carole
Blair, April 20, 2012.
Faculty Research Committee 2009 – present.
Film Studies Advisory Board 2009–present, Interim Director, Fall 2010.
Ethnic Studies Board 2012–present.
Outside member of promotion and tenure committee for Jennifer Helgren, 2013.
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ACADEMIC SERVICE (cont’d.)
Outside member of third year review committee for Alison Alkon, 2011.
Chair of promotion and tenure committee for Paul Turpin, 2011.
Department representative for Marlin Bates’ promotion and tenure committee, 2011.
Wrote Sounding Board Endorsement for Pacific Fund “Distinctiveness Grant” Proposal –
Manilatown Tour: By Xiaojing Zhou, Professor of English and Jennifer Helgren, Assistant
Professor of History, awarded 2013.
Wrote Sounding Board Endorsement for Pacific Fund “Distinctiveness Grant” Proposal –
John Lessard, Associate Professor of English and Film Studies, awarded 2009.
Chair of the College of the Pacific Council 2008-9, elected to council 2006.
Department of Communication sub-committee to award research grant to incoming
freshman, 2009.
Undergraduate Freshman Orientation Advisor 2007-2009.
Panel Chair for the Communication Department Symposium 2007/2008
Committee for the AAC&U Television project that produced a five-minute documentary on
the Pacific Seminars 2007.
Pacific Seminar II Advising Committee to chart the future of the Pacific Seminar II courses,
appointed by Associate Dean Lou Matz, 2007-present.
Residence Hall presentation on the representation of truth in the documentary Complaints of
a Dutiful Daughter, 2007.
Communication Department hiring committee 2007.
Judge for the Pat Kennedy Debate Tournament 2006.
Regional/National
Associate Editor for the Western Journal of Communication 2006–Present.
Editorial Board for Women’s Studies in Communication 2013.
Elected to the Executive Committee of the Western States Communication Association
(WSCA) 2012-2014.
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ACADEMIC SERVICE (cont’d.)
Reviewer for Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies Journal, 2013
Member search committee for WSCA Director, 2013
Program Planner for 2013 National Communication Association (NCA) Pre-Conferences in
Washington, D.C.
Elected to member-at-large to the Legislative Assembly of WSCA 2010-2012.
WSCA Representative to NCA Spectra Publication Committee, 2011-2013.
Sponsored student paper presentation for the 2012 WSCA Undergraduate Scholars Research
Conference.
Reviewer for NCA Visual Communication Division 2001-2013.
Reviewer for the WSCA Media Studies Group 2001 - 2013.
Reviewer for the NCA Critical and Cultural Studies Group 2004, 2007, 2011.
Reviewer for the Rhetoric and Public Address Interest Group for WSCA Conference 20092012.
Reviewer for the WSCA Undergraduate Conference, 2008.
Committee to select the B. Aubrey Fisher award for best article in the Western Journal of
Communication, 2007.
President of the WSCA Media Studies Interest Group 2006-7.
Judge for top paper for the Media Studies Interest Group for WSCA Conference 2007
Reviewer for the Mass Communication and Critical and Cultural Studies Divisions for NCA
2007.
Reviewer for NCA Mass Communication Division 2007.
Sponsored student paper presentation for the 2006 WSCA Undergraduate Scholars Research
Conference.
Judge for the 2004 California State University Media Arts Festival.
Reviewer for the Western Journal of Communication 2003.
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ACADEMIC SERVICE (cont’d.)
Sponsor of two student papers and participating critic for the Annual Rhetorical Criticism
Conference at California State University, Hayward 2002.
Reviewer for the NCA Critical and Cultural Studies Awards Committee 2004 Outstanding
Article Award.
Reviewer for Focal Press for the fifth edition of Focal Easy Guide to Final Cut Pro,
May 2005.
Reviewer for the International Communication Association Popular Culture Division 2002,
2003.
Chair of the Competitive Papers Committee for the Gender Division Interest Group for
Broadcast Educators Association 2002-3.
International
Taught Documentary as Persuasive Communication course during the summer
Communication Institute at John Cabot University, Rome IT 2010.
Taught Media and Society course during the summer Communication Institute at John Cabot
University, Rome IT 2009.
Served as outside member for John Cabot University’s Communication Department hiring
committee.
Attended First World Congress of Environmental History, Copenhagen, Denmark 2009.
California State University, Chico and University of California, Davis
CSUC Non-Print (Master’s) Thesis Committee, 2005 – 2006.
College representative to the CSUC Writing Proficiency Committee 2003 – 2006.
Faculty Advisor for the 2002 CSUC Summer Orientation Program.
Faculty Advisor for the Digital Filmmakers Guild student group (Media Arts students) at
California State University, Chico 2001-2006.
Member of the UC Davis President’s Undergraduate Fellowship selection committee 19992000.
W.E.S.T. Reader, California State University, Chico, 5/92 - 5/97. Evaluated writing
competency tests for students to advance to upper division status.
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Community
Mentor for Lodi High School Senior’s final video project, 2007-8.
Mentor for the Academy of Communications and Technology Program for Chico
High School, 2002-3.
Board Member of Community Access Users Group (CAUG), an advisory board to the Chico
City Council for the City of Chico public access cable television station, 2001- 2005
M.A. COMMITTEE SERVICE
Leah Vargas, Thesis Chair, 2013, Communication Department, University of the Pacific.
Joshua Ramsey, Committee Chair, 2013, Communication Department, University of the
Pacific
Nicole Tatum-Ramos, Committee Chair, 2013, Communication Department, University of
the Pacific.
Stephanie Morris, Committee member, 2013, Communication Department, University of the
Pacific.
Tye Davis, Committee member, 2013, Communication Department, University of the
Pacific.
Vince Gerbec, Committee member, 2013, Communication Department, University of the
Pacific.
Whitney Hart, Committee Chair, 2013, Communication Department, University of the
Pacific.
Ashley Nuckels-Cuevas, Committee Chair, 2013, Communication Department, University
of the Pacific.
Gabriel King, M.A., Committee Chair, 2013, Communication Department, University of the
Pacific.
Ben Herrera, M.A., Committee Chair, 2013, Communication Department, University of the
Pacific.
Danielle Rockley, M.A., Committee Chair, 2012, Communication Department, University
of the Pacific.
Elizabeth Penfold, M.A. Committee Chair, 2012, Communication Department, University of
the Pacific.
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M.A. COMMITTEE SERVICE (cont’d.)
Olivia Stanko, M.A., Committee Chair, 2012, Communication Department, University of
the Pacific.
Meagan Turco, M.A. Committee Chair, 2010, Communication Department, University of
the Pacific.
Brian Swensen, M.A. Committee member, 2010, Communication Department, University of
the Pacific.
Duane Gundrum, M.A. Committee member, 2008, Communication Department, University
of the Pacific.
Monica Julian, M. A. Committee member, 2005, Department of Communication Studies,
California State University, Chico.
PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS
National Communication Association (NCA)
Western States Communication Association (WSCA)
San Francisco Film Society (SFFS)
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
FILM PRODUCTION
Producer/Director/Writer, series of infomercials in a digital format for Multi-Image
Network, Chico, CA.
Assistant Editor, All About Babies, a ten-part documentary series on child development,
directed by Deborah Koons.
Associate Producer, Portraits of Anorexia, a documentary directed by Wendy Zheutlin.
Editor, Standing By, a modern dance film, directed by Wendy Rogers.
Production Assistant, The Times of Harvey Milk, a documentary directed by Rob Epstein.
Producer/Director/Writer, Angry Young Men, a documentary.
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FILM WRITING
Writer, treatment for the documentary Dorothea Lange: A Visual Life, directed by Meg
Partridge.
Script Reviewer and administrative assistant for the 1993 Squaw Valley Conference of
Writers Screenwriting Group.
Writer, five feature length screenplays, Entry Level, Why Girls Can’t Throw, Flip Side, A
True Love Story (is hard to find), No Time Outs.
OTHER PUBLICATIONS
Writer, six stories (two cover stories) for the weekly newspaper, the Chico News and
Review:
“Fearing the Truth: Why So Many Women are Afraid of Mammograms” 3/19/92.
“One Man Against the System: Will Home Town Recyclers Survive” 8/1/91.
“Grab Your Partners: the New Popularity of Square Dancing” 8/11/91.
“Innovative Programs Foster Doctoral Candidates: Women, Minorities Targeted to Meet
Teaching Need” 8/22/91.
“Curbing Sex in Cedar Grove: Rumors, Fear Spread in Gay Community” (cover story)
8/29/91.
“Finding a Job in Chico: Be Realistic, Be Creative and Hope for the Best” (cover
story) 6/13/91.
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