David T. Johnson

Department of English, Salisbury University

cinema studies, adaptation studies


office:  holloway hall, 364 email:  dtjohnson [at] salisbury [dot] edu

 

 

About Me

I am an Associate Professor in the Department of English at Salisbury University, where I have taught cinema studies and adaptation studies courses since 2004.  Prior to that time, I earned my Ph. D. in English, with a concentration in Film Studies, at the University of Florida (2003).  My research interests include director studies, most recently in the work of Richard Linklater, as well as cinephilia, documentary studies, and adaptation studies, and I have taught courses in film history, director studies, documentary, and adaptation.  With Elsie M. Walker, I co-run the film concentration program in the English Department at Salisbury University, and we also co-edit the journal Literature/Film Quarterly, the long-standing academic journal devoted to adaptation.

 

 

 

 

course resources and related links:

resources for film students  the film concentration for english majors  the film minor  literature/film quarterly the writing center at s. u.  s.u.  english department