Film Studies

Liza Palmer, M.A., part-time faculty member
King Hall 102B | 910.962.7475 |

Curriculum Vitae


2001-2003 University of Wisconsin-Madison Madison, WI
Master of Arts/School of Library & Information Studies

1999-2001 University of Wisconsin-Madison Madison, WI

Master of Arts/Communication Arts Department: Film Studies

1995-1999 Bard College Annandale, NY Bachelor of Arts/Double Major: Film & Victorian Studies

Liza Palmer is the review section editor for the journal Film International and co-editor-in-chief of the magazine Film Matters, both published by Intellect. Her research interests involve the cinema of the American avant-garde with a particular focus upon the works of Stan Brakhage, Maya Deren, and Kenneth Anger. Recent publications include "Les Enfants Terribles: An Interview with Françoise Marie" in Film International, issue 6.4, and "Self-Made Myths: Strategies of Promotion Among Avant-Garde Filmmakers" in Film and Television Stardom (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2008). She is currently at work on a project entitled Avant-Garde Film: An Index to Films and Publications, 1905-2005, which is supported by a Carnegie-Whitney Grant from the American Library Association.

Publications and/or Filmography (most recent, include entire list on CV):

  • "Salut les cubains." Directory of World Cinema: France. Eds. Tim Palmer and Charlie Michael. Bristol: Intellect, 2012 (forthcoming).