Chuck Berg

Professor of Film and Media Studies
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Although Dr. Berg's research and teaching have focused on American film history and popular culture, he has taught a wide variety of courses in film-media history, theory, criticism and production since joining the KU faculty in 1977. Dr. Berg was awarded a University of Kansas W.T. Kemper Fellowship for Teaching Excellence in 2000, and was selected by students as a Mortar Board Outstanding Educator in 1999. He currently serves as an editorial adviser to the Journal of Film and Video and as a member of the editorial boards of the Journal of Dramatic Art and Criticism and the Journal of Popular Music and Society.


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