Visiting Associate Professor of Film and Electronic Arts
Academic Program Affiliation(s): Film and Electronic Arts
Biography:Professor Glick is a film and media studies scholar focusing on the comparative histories of film, television, and radio; nonfiction media; race and representation; and the civic uses of emerging technology. He is the author of Los Angeles Documentary and the Production of Public History (University of California Press, 2018). His articles and reviews have appeared in Film History, Immerse, Afterimage, World Records, Film Quarterly, Jump Cut, The Moving Image, and the Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television. Professor Glick’s current book project explores how the rising interest in nonfiction on both the left and right of the political spectrum has transformed the relationship between Hollywood, Silicon Valley, and Washington D.C. In collaboration with the Center for Advanced Virtuality at MIT, he designed the interactive online curriculum, Media Literacy in the Age of Deepfakes. Professor Glick also cocurated Deepfake: Unstable Evidence on Screen, an exhibition at the Museum of the Moving Image in New York.
BA, Cornell University; MA and joint PhD (film and media studies, American studies), Yale University. At Bard since 2022.