Resmini awarded Auerbach research Award

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The Program in Cinema and Media Studies is happy to announce Dr. Mauro Resmini, assistant professor of Cinema and Media Studies and Italian, as the winner of our inaugural Jonathan Auerbach Cinema and Media Studies Research Award competition.
 
Dr. Resmini will use the award to complete his book project entitled Figures of the Impasse: Italian Political Cinema and the Long '68, which explores how films have reimagined the link between popular art and radical politics in Italy during a period of intense political and cultural struggles that spans from the mid-Sixties to the early Eighties
 
As part of the award, Dr. Resmini will present from his current work and lead a seminar discussion at some point in Spring 2021.
 
The Program in Cinema and Media Studies established the Jonathan Auerbach Cinema and Media Studies Research Award with the purpose of advancing research and writing projects in cinema and media studies at the University of Maryland, College Park. The award is named in honor of Jonathan Auerbach, Professor Emeritus of English and Film Studies, and one of the founding members of the Program in Cinema and Media Studies (formerly Program in Film Studies).
 
For more information about this year's winner and the award more generally, please follow this link: https://film.umd.edu/jara