Kaveh Askari

Kaveh Askari, an associate professor in the English Department who teaches film studies, has been awarded a 2015-2016 Harry Ransom Center Research Fellowship for his research on Global Hollywood and the New Iranian Cinema.

Askari will be at the center, which is located at the…

Kaveh Askari, an associate professor of English at Western Washington University, has had his book "Making Movies into Art: Picture Craft from the Magic Lantern to Early Hollywood" published by British Film Institute Publishing.

A screening of Maurice Tourneur’s rarely…

Kaveh Askari, an associate professor of English at Western Washington University, has had his book "Making Movies into Art: Picture Craft from the Magic Lantern to Early Hollywood" published by British Film Institute Publishing.

An upcoming event at the Make.Shift Art Space will benefit a scholarship for Film Studies students at Western Washington University.

"Recycled Cinema," a project by WWU associate professor of English Kaveh Askari and Jess Flegel, will take place from 7 to 10 p.m. during Art Walk on…

Kaveh Askari’s latest essay, "An Afterlife for Junk Prints: Serials and Other 'Classics' in late-1920s Tehran" has just been published in the collection "Silent Cinema and the Politics of Space."

Kaveh Askari, an associate professor of English, is featured in interviews on life after D.W. Griffith's film "Intolerance." The interviews have been published in conjunction with the Cohen Film Collection’s Blu-ray release of the new restoration of D. W. Griffith's film (1916).

The…

Kaveh Askari’s "Dossier: Early Cinema in South Asia: The Problem of the Archive" appears in "Framework: The Journal of Cinema and Media."

Kaveh Askari (English) has received positive reader reports for his complete manuscript "Picture Craft: Discourses of Art from the Magic Lantern to Early Hollywood."

The editors of the Cultural Histories of Cinema series and the main editor at British Film Institute…

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