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Dr. Dimitrios Latsis

Dr. Dimitrios Latsis

Phone Ext. 556864

Ph.D., Film Studies, University of Iowa
M.A., Contemporary Cinema Cultures, King’s College, London
B.A., Film/Video, Columbia College, Chicago

Dr. Dimitrios Latsis

Dimitrios Latsis is Assistant Professor of Film Studies at the School of Image Arts, Ryerson University in Toronto where he teaches in the Film Studies and Film and Photography Preservation and Collection Management programs. He received his PhD in Film Studies from the University of Iowa and completed a postdoctoral fellowship in Visual Data Curation at the Internet Archive where he served as film archivist. His work on American visual culture, early cinema and the Digital Humanities has been supported by the Smithsonian Institution, Domitor and the Mellon and Knight Foundations among others. He has published and lectured widely in the fields of American Visual Culture, the historiography and theory and cinema and archival studies. He recently edited a special issue of the journal of the Association of Moving Image Archivists on Digital Humanities and/in Film Archives. He is currently co-editing an anthology on documentaries about the visual arts in the 1950s and 60s (for I.B. Tauris), and writing a monograph on the historiography of American cinema during the early and silent years.