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PROFESSOR MARSHA KINDER 2021 Holly Hill Terrace, LA, CA 90068 (323) 851-7567, fax (323)876-7678 <mkinder@usc.edu> <www.annenberg.edu/labyrinth>

ANNENBERG CENTER FOR COMMUNICATION

USC SCHOOL OF CINEMA-TV

734 W. Adams Blvd., LA, CA 90089 (213)743-4432, fax (213) 743-2962

Los Angeles, CA 90089-2211 (213)740-3336, fax (213)740-9471

EDUCATION

A.B. (1961), M.A. (1963), Ph.D. (1966), UCLA (English Literature) Dissertation: "Henry Fielding's Dramatic Experimentation: A Preface to His Fiction"

TEACHING AND RESEARCH P0SITIONS Director of the Labyrinth Research Initiative on Interactive Narrative

Annenberg Center for Communication, USC, 1997 - present University Professor and Professor of Critical Studies, Spanish and Portuguese and

Comparative Literature, 2001 - present Professor of Critical Studies, USC School of Cinema-Television, 1980 - present Professor of Literature and Film, Department of English

Occidental College, 1965 - 1980

Additional teaching as Visiting Professor: Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Fall 2003 Clark University, Summer Institute on Teaching Spanish Cinema, 1992 Universidad Autonoma (Madrid), Seminar on Genre Theory, Spring 1992 UCLA, Critical Studies, Dept. of Cinema and Theater Arts, 1974-5

AWARDS AND GRANTS University Professor (2001)—for innovative work in transdisciplinary studies; an honor

granted only to 17 professors in USC’s history. Skirball Foundation ($50,000) completion grant for “Three Winters in the Sun: Einstein in California,” Fall 2004 Provost’s Grant ($100,000) for the prototype of an e-learning project called, “Russian Modernism and Its International Dimensions” Rockefeller Grant ($100,000) for "Level 4" of the Labyrinth Project Southern California Studies Center (SC2) and the James Irvine Foundation, 1999

Research grant ($30,000) for the Hotel Ambassador electronic project NEH Summer Seminar, June 16 - July 25, 1997, at the East-West Center, Honolulu

"The Politics of Representation: Ethnography, Literature and Film," Annenberg Center, 1996-97--Research grant ($170,000) for the "Runaways" project USC Associates Award for Creativity in Research and Scholarship, 1995 Program for Cultural Cooperation between U.S. Universities & Spanish Ministry of

Culture, 1991, 1992, 1993: Research grants for projects on Spanish cinema Phi Kappa Phi, National Honor Society for Scholarly Achievements, 1992- present USC Innovative Teaching Award, 1992 (for "The Roger Rabbit" project) Phi Kappa Phi Research Mentorship Award, 1991-92 (for "The Roger Rabbit" project) Rockefeller Grant, Fall 1991 (for Retrospective of Mexican Film) ISWM Summer Faculty Research Grant, Summer 1990 Del Amo Grant, 1989 (for retrospective of Spanish cinema) USC Faculty Innovative Research Grant, Summer 1989 Fulbright Postdoctoral Research Fellowship for Study in Spain, 1986-87 Graham L. Sterling Memorial Award, 1979 (for Outstanding Professional Achievement

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