Dr. Joshua Gleich
Assistant Professor, School of Theatre, Film and Television
Assistant Professor, Social / Cultural / Critical Theory – GIDP
Marshall Bldg, Room 235
Ph.D. University of Texas-Austin
M.A. Emory University
B.A. Wesleyan University
Dr. Joshua Gleich received his doctorate in Radio-Television-Film from University of Texas-Austin in 2014. His research interests include film and television history, urban studies, media geography, racial representation, and technological change. He teaches a range of courses in cinema and television history, theory, and media representation.
Dr. Gleich is the author of Hollywood in San Francisco: Location Shooting and the Aesthetics of Urban Decline (U. of Texas Press, Nov. 2018), which explores how a sea change in production practices and urban culture transformed the filmic image of San Francisco. He is co-editor of Hollywood on Location: An Industry History (Rutgers U. Press, Jan. 2019), which examines the role of location shooting from the silent era to the present. His work has appeared in Cinema Journal, New Review of Film and Television Studies, and The Velvet Light Trap.