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curriculum vitae

juli stone pitzer

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education
University of Kansas

Current - Ph.D. Candidate in Film and Media Studies

University of Memphis
2008 - Master of Arts in Communications: Film and Video Production
University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire
2006 - Second Minor in Film Studies & Production
2005 - Bachealor of Arts in History and Secondary Education
equipment

Cameras:

Canon & Nikon DSLR

Panasonic, Sony, RED

Lighting:

Arri, HMI, Lowel, Litepanels

Audio: 

Tascam, Zoom, various Mics

 

 

teaching experience
University of Kansas - Graduate Teaching Assistant

FMS 100 Introduction to the Film Medium

FMS 200 Film & Media Aesthetics (Course Instructor)

FMS 275 Basic Video Production

FMS 276 Basic Film Production

FMS 302 Media Storytelling

FMS 312 History of International Film from Sound to the 1950s

FMS 375 Intermedia Video Production

FMS 376 Cinematography

FMS 380 Popular Culture of the 1950s & 1980s

FMS 490 Documentary Production

FMS 576 Animation

FMS 895 Rod Holcomb Television Workshop

software skills

Adobe Premiere Pro 

Adobe Audition

Final Cut X and 7

After Effects

Photoshop

Illustrator

Dragonframe

Soundtrack Pro

Color

Dreamweaver

Fireworks

Flash

LunchBox DV

2010 - present

2010 - present

University of Memphis - Graduate Teaching Assistant
COMM 2381 - Oral Communication
COMM 3842 - Television Studio Production
Lawrence Arts Center - Secondary Education
Fall 2013 - Video Production - 6th-12th grades
Summer 2014 - Video Production, Animation Techniques - 6th-12th grades
Public and Private School - Secondary Education
2013, 2014 - Video Production, Animation Techniques - 6th-12th grades
2004, 2005 - Student Teaching - History, Geography, and Video Production - 6th-12th grades
publications
Pitzer, Juli Stone. “Vids, Vlogs, and Blogs: The Participatory Culture of Smallville’s Digital Fan” in The Smallville Chronicles: Critical Essays on the Television Series. ed. Lincoln Geraghty. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, 2011.
 
Pitzer, Juli Stone. “Book Reviews.” Scope: An Online Journal of Film and TV Studies. Issue 19 (February 2011).
conferences & presentations
languages

English

Spanish (some reading/speaking)

French (reading)

HTML/CSS/XML

PHP

 

FMS Graduate Student Symposium 2014, University of Kansas
"No Texting - No Nonsense Cinemagoing: Changes in 21st Century American Movie Theatre Business Practices of the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema"
 
Film and History Association Conference 2013 Madison, WI
“No Texting – No Nonsense Cinemagoing: The Alamo Drafthouse Cinemas Changes Movie Theatre Business Practices In the Digital Era, 1997-2013”
 
University Film and Video Association (UFVA) 2013 Los Angeles, CA
“Editing Pedagogy: A Panel Discussion”
 
Graduate Research Day at KU and Capitol Research Summit Topeka, KS 2012
Preserving the Past: Topeka’s Jayhawk Theatre” – presentation on movie theatre research
 
FMS Graduate Student Symposium 2011, University of Kansas
“Digital 3D: The Future of Cinema and New Media Entertainment or a 21st Century Fad?”
 
University Film and Video Association (UFVA) 2011 Boston, MA
Preserving the Past: Topeka’s Jayhawk Theatre – film screening and discussion
 
Midwest Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association Conference 2010
“Vids, Vlogs, and Blogs: The Participatory Culture of Smallville’s Digital Fan” (Panel Chair)
 
Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association National Conference 2010
“Vidders, Vlogs, and Blogs: The Participatory Culture of Smallville’s New Millennium Fan” (Panel Chair)
 
University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire - Lecture Series 2010
“An Independent Film Maker's Experience” and “Body Image and the Female Psyche” with screenings of the film broken 
 
Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association National Conference 2009
“Smallville in the Land of Big Business” Film and Media Studies (FMS)
 
FMS Graduate Student Symposium 2009, University of Kansas
“The Convergent Viewing Experience: How Digital 3-D Will Transform the Cinema, Television, and Home Entertainment”
 
FMS Graduate Student Symposium 2010 
“Documenting Places in Preserving the Past: Topeka’s Jayhawk Theatre
 
UW System Symposium for Undergraduate Research 2006
“100 Years of Evolution: The Evolution of Movie Theatres in Eau Claire, WI” (Placed Third)
 
Chippewa Valley Museum’s Film Series Lecture Series 2006, Eau Claire, WI
“The Talkies” Film: The Jazz Singer
 
Undergraduate Student Research Day 2005, University of WI – Eau Claire
“Glitz and Glam: The Movie Palace Legacy in Eau Claire, WI, 1920-39”
 
National Conference of Undergraduate Research 2005, Lexington, VA
“Glitz and Glam: The Movie Palace Legacy in Eau Claire, WI, 1920-39”
 
Phi Kappa Phi Grant Presentation 2004 - University of WI - Eau Claire
“Film Distribution: The Battle Between the Cameo Theatre and Hollywood Theatre in Eau Claire, WI, 1945-60” 
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