Dr. Danyelle Greene

Temporary Instructor, Entertainment & Media Studies

Danyelle Greene is a scholar-practitioner whose research and teaching interests include African American cinema, documentary and aesthetics. She focuses especially on the politics of representation and re-presentation of blackness, gender, and religion in film. In addition to her written scholarship, Dr. Greene uses filmmaking as a mode of critical inquiry and exploration. Her research has appeared in journals such as Black Camera and the Journal of Popular Culture. She also co-directed an art exhibition titled In My Hands in which she presented her co-produced video installation, “Twice As Hard,” and triptych, “Always Already.”

Dr. Greene received her Ph.D. in film and media studies from the University of Kansas.