Derek Bouse

Derek Bousé earned his Ph.D. at Penn (The University of Pennsylvania, 1991), where he studied at the Annenberg School for Communication (M.A., ’89).

He studied film at New York University (M.A. ’86), and English Literature at the University of Montana (B.A., 1984). He is the author of Wildlife Films (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2000), and has published in Film Quarterly, Visual Studies, Critical Studies in Mass Communication, The Journal of Visual Literacy, The Public Historian, The International Journal of Communication, EBU Diffusion (the journal of the European Broadcasting Union), and in edited volumes including Market Killing: What the Free Market Does, and what social scientists can do about it (Longman, 2000), Image Ethics in the Digital Age (University of Minnesota, 2003), and The Inclusive VisionEssays in Honor of Larry Gross (Peter Lang, 2018).