Donald L. Anderson
Office location: AAB – Room 528
Title(s): Instructor of English, Adjunct Instructor of Film
Department/Division: English/Arts and Humanities
- PhD, English, University of Washington-Seattle
- MA, English, Western Washington University
- BA, English, Washington State University-Vancouver
- English 101: Writing and Research
- English 102: Writing and Literature
- English 200: American Literature to 1865
- Film 100: Introduction to Film
Honors and Awards:
- Nominated for the Webber Teaching Award for 200-Level Courses, University of Washington, April 2010
- Nominated for the Excellence in Teaching Award, University of Washington, January 2010
- Nominated for the Webber Teaching Award, University of Washington, April 2008
- Nominated for the Webber Teaching Award, University of Washington, April 2007
- The Lynn Fellowship, Purdue University, February 2006
- 8th Marjory Riverrun Award for Teaching Excellence, May 2005
- “The Colonial Politics of Gazing in Joe D’Amato’s Black Emanuelle/Laura Gemser films.” Situations: Cultural Studies in the Asian Context (forthcoming in 2017).
- “Gothic Nation: Hawthorne, Ligotti and the Absent Center of the Nation-State.” Gothic Studies 17.2, pp.106-121 (November 2015).
- “How the Horror Film Broke its Promise: Hyperreal Horror and Ruggero Deodato’s Cannibal Holocaust.” Horror Studies 4.1, pp. 109-125 (Spring 2013).
- “Review of Anna Powell’s Deleuze and Horror Film.” Rhizomes: Cultural Studies in Emerging Knowledge 11 (Fall 2005).
- “Georges Bataille: The Globular and Cross-Gender Identification in the Horror Film.” Rhizomes: Cultural Studies in Emerging Knowledge 7 (Fall 2003).
- “Immigration, Racism, and State Violence in La Haine.” March 2016, SUNY Westchester Community College Humanities Institute.
- “The Racial Undecidability of Black Emanuelle.” The Pacific Ancient and Modern Language Association, Portland State University, November 2015.
- “The Undead & the Undocumented: The Biopolitics of Night of the Living Dead.” April 2015, SUNY Westchester Community College Humanities Institute.
Institution Service or Academic Service:
Advisor for the Humanities Institute, SUNY Westchester Community College, 2016 – present