MU Closed Wednesday
With the forecast of “a wintry mix changing to snow,” Millersville University has decided to close the campus for Wednesday, November 26. It is important to note that ALL classes will be held, as scheduled, the remainder of today and tonight. Only essential personnel are to report on Wednesday.
Have a safe and enjoyable Thanksgiving.
Dr. Roberta Jill Craven
Dr. Jill Craven
- Ph.D. Comparative Literature, UNC-Chapel Hill
- B.S. Mathematical Science/Computer Science, UNC-Chapel Hill
- Film Studies
- Critical Theory
- Narrative Studies
- Author: Faulkner
- Theorists: Foucault, Bakhtin, Arendt
- Directors: Polanski, Welles
- Strategic Planning Steering Committee
- University Wide Advisement Council
- The Honors College
Community & Club Connections
- The Millersville University Ciné Club Advisor
- Lititz Library Reel Talk For Everyone Series, Programming and Presentations
- Odyssey of the Mind, Millersville Tournament Director (2009-present)
Passions & Distractions
My daughter Page
- English 110: English Composition
- English 232: World Literature II
- English 240: Introduction to Film
- English 311: Advanced Composition
- English 347: Studies of Ethnicity in Cinema
- English 451/651: Literary Theory and Criticism
- English 481/681: History of Film
- English 482/682: Film and American Society
- English 483: Politics, Film, and Electronic Media
- English 484: Brave New Worlds: Exploring Technology through Film
- EDW 736: The Film Studies Workshop (for educators)
- "The Marx Brothers" and "Sidney Lumet." Encyclopedia of Jewish American Popular Culture. Ed. Jack Fischel with Susan Ortmann. Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press. Scheduled December, 2008.
- "Reading the Revolution and Writing the Wrongs: Exploring Roya Hakakian's Passion for Possibility." Rapportage: Literary Essays, Interviews, and Profiles: 50-54. Pennsylvania: Lancaster Literary Guild. January, 2006.
- "Unstitching Cultural Sutures: Medicine and Media." Quarterly Review of Film and Video 23(5): 440-443. Review Article. London, England: Taylor and Francis, 2006.
- "Ironic Empathy in Cronenberg's Crash: The Psychodynamics of Postmodern Displacement from a Tenuous Reality." Quarterly Review of Film and Video 17(3): 187-209. Harwood Academic Publishers, 2000.