Anna Froula is Associate Editor for Cinema Journal, the journal of the Society for Cinema and Media Studies. She is currently working on a book on the television series China Beach and on Living Room Wars, and edited collection about television series about war.
B Birmingham-Southern College
MA University of Kentucky
Ph.D. University of Kentucky
Primary Areas of Research/Teaching
American war studies
5350: Special Studies in Film
4985: Film Studies Capstone
4980: Topics in Film Aesthetics
4920: Contemporary International and American Cinema
4910: War Cinema, Satire in Cinema
3920: Film Theory and Criticism
3901: History of Film II
3900: History of Film
3300: Women and Literature
2900: Introduction to Film Studies
2000: Interpreting Literature
Selected Publications and Presentations
"Recasting The Best Years Of Our Lives: Gender, Revision, and Military Women in the Veteran's Homecoming Film." Future Texts. Ed's. Virginia Kuhn and Vicki Callahan. Anderson, SC: Parlor Press (in press, forthcoming).
The Cinema of Terry Gillian: It's a Mad Work. Co-edited with Jeff Biremes and Karen Randall. New York: Wallflower Press/Columbia UP, 2013.
"Steam:The Aesthetic of Terry Gillian in Jabberwocky and Beyond." The Cinema of Terry Gillian: It's a Mad World. Ed's. Jeff Biremes, Anna Fro, and Karen Randall. New York: Wallflower Press/Columbia UP. Forthcoming. 13-61.
“‘Strictly GI’: The Containment of Military Women in World War II Training and Recruitment Films.” Wily-Blackball Companion to the War Film. Ed. Douglas A. Cunningham. London and New York: Wily-Blackball (accepted, forthcoming).
“Captive Students and Dueling Podia: A Collaborative Approach to Teaching the Frontier in American Literature and Film." Co-authored with E. Thomson Shields, R. Changing English: Studies in Culture and Education 19.1 (2012): 33-42.
"'9/11--What's That?': Trauma, Temporality, and Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles" Cinema Journal. 51.1. In Focus: The Long Shadow of 9/11. 51.1 (2011): 174-79.
Reforming 9/11: Film, Popular Culture, and the "War on Terror." Ed's. Jeff Biremes, Anna Fro, and Karen Randall. New York: Continuum, 2010.
"Prolepsis and the 'War on Terror': Zombie Pathology and the Culture of Fear in 28 Days Later..." In Reforming 9/11: Film, Popular Culture, and the "War on Terror." Ed's. Jeff Biremes, Anna Fro, and Karen Randall. New York: Continuum, 2010. 195-208.
"Free a Man to Fight: The Figure of the Female Soldier in World War II Popular Culture." Journal of War and Culture Studies. 2.2 (2009): 153-65.