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Paulina Duda


Paulina Duda is a visiting instructor of Polish at Duke University and a lecturer in the New Media Art Department at Polish-Japanese Academy of Information Technology in Warsaw, where she teaches Music Videos and Introduction to Film Art. She received her PhD degree from the University of Michigan (2017), and her MA from the University College London. Her scholarly work focuses on the intersection of nationalism and filmmaking in Poland, film production and distribution under Communism, the director’s role in society as well as the aesthetics of music videos. She publishes essays, translations and reviews in East European Film Bulletin and Words without Borders, and is an organizer and a jury member of the long standing Ann Arbor Polish Film Festival.

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