Author: Jayson Baker

Jayson Baker

Jayson Baker thinks, writes, teaches, and develops curricula across the humanities and arts with special attention to American cultural studies in different eras of internationalization.  Jayson’s work explores themes of community, citizenship, and identity in film, literature, and popular culture with the aim of intervening and interpreting representations of race, ethnicity, class, gender, and sexuality and voices of mis/under-represented groups. He currently serves as Honors Program Director at Curry College (Milton, MA).

Articles Written by Jayson Baker:

The Global Screen: An Essay Series on Contemporary World Cinema

The Independent is excited to launch The Global Screen—a series of bi-monthly essays written by film scholars and academics interested in engaging with our readership of filmmakers, directors, artists, and activists. The series is edited by Dr. Jayson Baker, Honors Program Director and Assistant Professor in Communication at Curry College (Milton, MA). In this introduction,… Read more »