Joshua Glick is an Assistant Professor of English and Film & Media Studies at Hendrix College and affiliate faculty at Columbia University, where he teaches in their Global Core. He holds a Ph.D. in Film & Media Studies and American Studies from Yale University. Glick’s research, teaching, and public humanities projects focus on documentary, race and representation, cultural studies, the comparative histories of cinema, TV, and radio, and emerging media. His writing has appeared in Jump Cut, Film Quarterly, World Records, Film History, Documentary, The Moving Image, Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television, and numerous edited volumes. Glick served as the digital media curator and produced the award-winning documentary This Side of Dreamland (2016) for the NEH-funded museum exhibition, Coney Island: Visions of an American Dreamland, 1861–2008. His book Los Angeles Documentary and the Production of Public History, 1958–1977 was recently published by the University of California Press. Glick is currently co-editing a volume with Patricia Aufderheide that brings scholars and practitioners into dialogue around the ethics and aesthetics of social justice filmmaking. He is also researching a new book project on contemporary documentary and the media industries as well as collaborating with the flagship PBS series POV on a digitization and community outreach initiative.