Visiting Assistant Professor
Ph.D., Michigan State University; M.A., Kansas State University; B.A., University of Leeds
Sarah received her Ph.D. from the Film and Visual Culture track at Michigan State University. Her research focuses on global art cinema, political theory, aesthetics, and affect and her current book project examines how the global rebellions of the 1960s shaped the aesthetic and affective contours of a new international revolutionary cinematic practice. Sarah is also currently working on several projects that examine contemporary graphic and comic expressions of radical politics.