B.A. (Alberta), M.A. (San Francisco State), Ph.D. (Alberta)
Office: Arts 411B
William Bartley teaches American literature and film. Currently, he’s been thinking about the nature of cultural change. To that end, he’s working on a study of American historical fiction—including film—as a mode of ethical and political inquiry.
"Barry Levinson's Liberty Heights and 'Historical Emergence': Or, How Change Happens." Literature/Film Quarterly 35.4 (2007): 248-264.
Publications (Most Recent)
- Bartley, W. "Faith, Doubt, and Chiasmus in Krzysztof Kieslowski's 'Decalogue I'." Journal of Religion and Film 18.2, [http://digitalcommons.unomaha.edu/jrf/vol18/iss2/4 ] (2014).
- Bartley, W. "'Mad Men,' The Historical Novel, and Social Change." CineAction 94, [http://www.cineaction.ca/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/CA94_Bartley_web.pdf] (2014): 12-21.