Chelsey Crawford teaches classes in the newly developed Film and Screen Studies Minor alongside composition courses and courses in the Master's of Liberal Studies program. Her work is particularly invested in theories of nostalgia and repetition as they contribute to understanding of the history of a given medium. Additionally, her teaching is committed to how cinema (re)produces systems of power and privilege.
“The Permeable Self: A Theory of Cinematic Quotation, ” Film-Philosophy 19. http://www.film-philosophy.com
“Familiar Otherness: On the Contemporary Cross-Cultural Remake,” Multiplicities: Cycles, Sequels, Remakes and Reboots in Film & Television, Eds. Amanda Ann Klein and Barton Palmer.
“Forging an Artifact through Artifice: Manufacturing History in the Digital Age,” Synoptique 7, no. 1 (2018), 10-18. http://synoptique.hybrid.concordia.ca/index.php/main/issue/current/showToc