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Rick Worland

Professor

Dr. Rick Worland received his M.A. and Ph.D. in motion picture/television critical studies from UCLA. His teaching has included courses on film history, documentaries and silent cinema, as well as popular genres including Westerns, horror/science fiction, film noir, European cinema and the films of Alfred Hitchcock. His research has focused primarily on popular film and television in the Cold War period. Worland has published in various academic journals including Cinema Journal, Journal of Film & Video, Journal of Popular Film & Television and Film and History. His first book, The Horror Film: An Introduction, appeared in 2007 from Blackwell Publishing. He was the 1997-98 Algur H. Meadows Distinguished Teaching Professor in the Meadows School of the Arts.

Education

Ph.D. and M.A. in Motion Picture/Television Critical Studies, UCLA

Research

American film & TV in the Cold War era, the horror genre, the Hollywood Studio era, American film in the 1960s & 1970s

Teaching

International Film History, American Film History, Film Genres (Horror, Westerns, Film Noir, etc.), History of Documentary Film, Post-WWII European Film, the Films of Alfred Hitchcock

Distinctions

1997-98 Algur H. Meadows Distinguished Teaching Professor

Areas of Study

Advertising

Art

Art History

Arts Management and Arts Entrepreneurship

Communication Studies

Creative Computation

Dance

Film and Media Arts

Undergraduate Studies

Graduate Studies

Classes

Facilities

Faculty and Staff

Summer Film Production

Student Opportunities

Internships

Alumni

SMU Meadows Licensed Music Rights

Journalism

Music

Theatre