Humanities Building, Room 301
Visiting Assistant Professor
Michael Griffin has a PhD in visual media studies and has worked as a documentary filmmaker and video producer. He writes and teaches on the history, theory and practice of visual representation in film, photography, television, and new multi-media forms.
Recent publications include: "Picturing America's 'War on Terrorism' in Afghanistan and Iraq," JOURNALISM: Theory, Practice, Criticism 5(4); "Photos from Abu Ghraib," MESSAGE: Internationale Fachzeitschrift fur Journalismus 3/2004; "The Great War Photographs: Constructing Myths of History and Photojournalism," in B. Brennen and H. Hardt, (eds.) Picturing the Past: Media, History, and Photography.
Fall 2012 Office Hours: M, W 4:00-5:30 pm, and by appointment.