Kelly Hankin

Professor of Film Studies
Johnston Center for Integrative Studies

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Bekins Hall
P: 909.748.8614

Professor Hankin's courses focus on the art, history, and politics of film and media cultures and practices. Staple film courses include The Art of Film, Gay/Lesbian/Queer Cinemas, Women Filmmakers, Travel Media, and Documentary Dilemmas & Controversies, while topical interdisciplinary courses such as Election Narratives, Making Meaning of Travel, and Surveillance & Culture help students navigate the role of media in shaping our individual and collective lives. Hankin is the author of The Girls in the Back Room: Looking at the Lesbian Bar (University of Minnesota Press, 2002) and Documenting the American Student Abroad: The Media Cultures of International Education (Rutgers University Press, 2021). She has taught at Redlands since 2002.