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N. Frank Ukadike

Associate Professor
504-862-3041
301 Newcomb Hall, Office A

Education

New York University, PhD

Biography

Research Interests

  • Culture, Media and Cinematic Representations
  • African Diaspora and Third World Cinemas
  • Film History, Theory and Criticism

Selected Publications

  • African Cinema: Narratives, Perspectives and Poetics, University of Port Harcourt Press, 2014.
  • Critical Approaches to African Cinema Discourse, Lexington Books, 2014.
  • “Mapping Africa: The History of African Documentary Filmmaking” in Brian Winston, ed., The Documentary Film Book, British Film Institute/Palgrave Macmillan, 2013, pp. 217-227.