PhD, University of Kansas
Areas of Expertise: Short Form Nonfiction Production, Video Production, Film and Media Studies
Danyelle Greene is a scholar-practitioner whose research and teaching interests include the study and production of African American cinema, documentary, and aesthetics. She focuses especially on the politics of representation and re-presentation of blackness, gender, and religion in film. Dr. Greene uses filmmaking and written scholarship as complementary modes of critical inquiry and exploration. Her research has appeared in journals such as Black Camera and Journal of Popular Culture. She also co-directed an art exhibition titled In My Hands in which she presented her co-produced video installation, Twice As Hard, and triptych, Always Already. Dr. Greene received her Ph.D. in film and media studies from the University of Kansas.
Greene, D. (2019). "Illuminating Shadowed Histories: Centering Black Women’s Activism in Selma." Black Camera, 10(2), 211–225.
Greene, D.M. (2019), "In the Church House and on the Big Screen: Valuing Black Aesthetic Traditions in Sweet Jesus, Preacher Man." Journal of Popular Culture, 52: 890-909.
Warrior Women: Love & Basketball, Video Essay Presentation, Carroll County Arts Council Screening Event (2022).
Imagining One Night in Miami, Video Essay Presentation, Black American Film Festival (2022).
RTV3531 Video Production
FIL4930 Short Form Nonfiction Production (special topics)