From 'The Walking Dead' to 'Wonder Woman,' Greg Steirer's 'The American Comic Book Industry and Hollywood' gets to the bottom of a worldwide phenomenon.
Professor of English Wendy Moffat discusses the inspiration behind the Donald Moffat Scholarship, which she established in memory of her father.
Alex Bates, associate professor of Japanese language, literature and film recently received the 2020-21 Distinguished Teaching Award.
Allan Farfan Canales ‘23 has written screenplays and short stories and created a mixtape about his first year at Dickinson.
Jackie Logsted '22's book, co-written with her mom, was released by Penguin Random House on Jan. 5. She also has a quarantine podcast, cohosted with Erin Clarke '22.
Warner Bros. exec David Decker '90, who led the recent sale of 'Friends' to HBO and USA/NBCU, shares the keys to his success in a competitive industry undergoing profound and rapid-fire change.
A panel of five Dickinson professors representing a variety of disciplines and national backgrounds will address worldwide environmental activism and protest movements in different countries.
A panel of faculty experts will discuss the subject of impeachment from legal, political, ethical and media perspectives.
Former international business & management major and film studies minor Anedra Edwards ’10 manages over 1,800 visual effects shots for the CW Network's "Black Lightning."
Student-created documentary celebrates storied local theatre's 80th anniversary.
Filmmaker Amandine Gay will visit Dickinson for a screening of her film, “Ouvrir la voix” (Speak Up/Make Your Way), and a related discussion.
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