Associate Professor Judith Keene
Judith Keene is an Associate Professor in the History Department at The University of Sydney. Her research focuses on the cultural history of twentieth century war, including photography, art and cinema, and the formation of individual and collective memory. She has published widely on the Spanish Civil War and World War Two and is currently writing a history of American memory and the Korean War. She is also part of a research group, funded by the Australian Research Council, that is working on the transnational uses of the past in the post cold war world which includes the role of cinema. In 2013 Semester Two she will teach a new History Department course on War and Cinema that brings together many of these research themes.
Film Introduction and Q + A: Comrade Kim Goes Flying