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Marc Raymond is an Associate Foreign Professor in the School of Communication at Kwangwoon University. He has published the book Hollywood's New Yorker: The Making of Martin Scorsese (State University of New York Press, 2013) and has also published articles on Scorsese in Film History, Film Criticism, and Canadian Journal of Film Studies. His recent research has focused on the Korean director Hong Sang-soo and Korean art cinema, with publications in Style, New Journal of Film and Television, Jump Cut, and Senses of Cinema.

Documentary, Film and Media History

Contemporary American Media.

Courses

PhD Cultural Mediations (Institute for Comparative Studies in Literature, Art and Culture), 2001-2009, Carleton University, Ottawa, ON, Canada

Dissertation: “Martin Scorsese and Film Culture: Radically Contextualizing the Contemporary Auteur”

Comprehensive Exams Completed in both Cultural Theory and American Cinema

M.A. Film Studies, 1998-2000 Carleton University, Ottawa, ON, Canada 

Thesis: “Martin Scorsese and American Film Genre”

B.A. English Literature, 1993-1997 Dalhousie University, Halifax, N.S., Canada

Education

○ Books:

Hollywood’s New Yorker: The Making of Martin Scorsese (Albany, NY: State University of New York Press) (forthcoming) (April 2013)

○ Referred Journals:

“Politics, Authorship and History: The Production, Reception and Marginalization of Street Scenes 1970,” Film History 22, no.2 (June 2010): 133-147.

“It’s better not to lie, but it’s hard to stimulate the audience otherwise’: Realism and Melodrama in Lee Chang-Dong’s Secret Sunshine,” Jump Cut no. 52 (May-June 2010)

“Too Smart, Too Soon: The King of Comedy and American Independent Cinema Sensibility,” Film Criticism 34, no. 1 (Fall 2009): 17-35.

“The Multiplicity of Generic Discourses and the Meaning and Pleasure of Mean Streets,” Canadian Journal of Film Studies 15, no. 2 (Fall 2006): 62-80.

“Great Directors: Hong Sang-soo,” Senses of Cinema no. 78 (March 2016)

“Two-Shots and Group Shots: Hong Sang-soo’s Mannerist and Classical Mise-en-Scène”, Style 49, no. 2 (2015): pp. 196-217.

“Hong Sang-soo and the Film Essay”, New Review of Film and Television Studies 12, no. 1 (March 2014): pp. 22-36.

 

○ Book Reviews:
“Psycho-sexual: Male Desire in Hitchcock, DePalma, Scorsese, and Friedkin by David Greven (Book Review)” Film Criticism 34, no. 2 (Fall 2014)
“Gangster Priest: The Italian American Cinema of Martin Scorsese by Robert Casillo (Book Review)” Canadian Journal of Film Studies 17, no. 1 (Spring 2008): 95-98.

“Cinephilia and History, or The Wind in the Trees by Christian Keathley (Book Review)” Film Criticism 32, no. 2 (Winter 2007-2008): 91-95.

Publications

○ “The Group Table Shot in Hong Sang-soo,” at the annual Society for Cinema and Media Studies Conference. Seattle, WA, United States. March 2014.
○ “Contaminating the Cleanest Race: Politics and Sexuality in the Films of Hong Sang-soo,” at the annual Society for Cinema and Media Studies Conference. Boston, MA, United States. March 2012.

○ Workshop Participant, “Is There a Text in This Class?: The Introductory Film Course textbook,” at the annual Society for Cinema and Media Studies Conference. University of Chicago, Chicago, IL, United States. March 2007.

○ “To Preserve What (or Whose) Past?: The Place of Martin Scorsese Within the Field of Film Archiving and Preservation,” presented at the annual Film Studies Association of Canada Graduate Student Colloquium. Nova Scotia School for Art and Design, Halifax, NS, Canada. March 2006.

○ “The Artist as Historian: Martin Scorsese’s Documentary Work on American and Italian Cinema,” presented at the annual Film Studies Association of Canada Conference. University of Western Ontario. London, ON, Canada. May 2005.

○ “The Style of the American Film Musical and the Meaning of Mean Streets,” presented at the annual Film Studies Association of Canada Conference. Dalhousie University. Halifax, NS, Canada. May 2003.

○ “The Discourse of Modernism in New American Cinema 1967-Present,” presented at the annual Film Studies Association of Canada Conference. University of Toronto. Toronto, ON, Canada. May 2002.

○ “The Sound of Violence in Film Noir: Fritz Lang’s The Big Heat,” presented at the annual Film Studies Association of Canada Graduate Student Colloquium. Carleton University. Ottawa, ON, Canada. March 2002.

○ “The King of Comedy: A Reconsideration of History, Genre, and Aesthetics,” presented at the annual Film Studies Association of Canada Conference. University of Alberta. Edmonton, AB, Canada. May 2000.

Presentations

○ Non-Tenure Track Professor, International Language Center

 

○ Gachon University, Seongnam, South Korea (September 2008-Present)

Courses Taught:

Academic English, Speaking Practice, Intensive Conversation,

Writing Practice, English Conversation

 

○ Instructor, Department of Cinema Studies

Korea National University of Art, Seoul, South Korea (September 2008-December 2009)

Courses taught:

History of American Film

 

○ Instructor, Department of Film Studies and Department of English

Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada (May 2003-August 2007)

Courses Taught:

FILM/ ENGL 2608 Forms and Conventions of the Cinema

FILM 3205 Studies in American Cinema

FILM 3901 Special Topic: Martin Scorsese and Film Culture

FILM 4201 Topics in National Cinema: American Independent Cinema Since 1980

FILM 2000 Film Theory, Criticism and Historiography

Designed and taught each course, including both lecture and discussion groups. Handled the grading of all assignments.

 

○ Instructor, Learning in Retirement, Centre for Initiatives in Education

Carleton University, Ottawa, ON, Canada (January-June 2007)

-Taught six-week course, “Alfred Hitchcock and the Rise of Cinema Studies” 

-Taught six-week course, “Cinema and Realism”

 

○ Instructor, Enrichment Mini-Course

Carleton University, Ottawa, ON, Canada (May 2002, May 2003, May 2004, May 2005)

- Taught week-long Introduction to Film Studies course to middle and high school students, aged 12-18

- Organized variety of activities aimed at introducing students to the study of film.

 

○ Teaching Assistant, Department of Film Studies

Carleton University, Ottawa, ON, Canada(September 2001-May 2003)

-Led discussion groups and marked assignments for FILM 1000 (Introduction to Film Studies)

 

○ Tutor, Center for Initiatives in Education

Carleton University, Ottawa, ON, Canada (September 1998-May 2000)

-Helped First Year Students with Essay Writing and Study Skills

Teaching  Experience

○ Research Assistant, Professor Paul Théberge, Carleton University (May 2002-September 2002)

-Compiled a database of articles detailing the impact of the internet on the music industry.

-Researched articles on the use of music in silent cinema exhibition.

 

○ Research Assistant, Professor André Loiselle, Carleton University (May 1999-April 2000)

- Conducted research for Prof. Loiselle’s book Stage-Bound: Feature Film Adaptations of

 

○ Canadian and Québécois Drama (Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2003).

Research Position

Society for Cinema and Media Studies (SCMS)

Film Studies Association of Canada (FSAC)

Professional Affiliations

Office: Nuri Bulding Room #206 

Office Phone: 940-8673

Mobile Number: 010-3384-9682

E-mail : marcr7593@gmail.com

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