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Wheeler Winston Dixon

Wheeler Winston Dixon (born March 12, 1950 in New Brunswick, New Jersey) is best known as a writer of film history, theory and criticism. He is the author of numerous books on film, as well as a professor who has taught at Rutgers University, New Brunswick; The New School in New York; and the University of Amsterdam, Holland. He received his Ph.D. in English from Rutgers University in 1982. He is also an American experimental filmmaker, and the James Ryan Endowed Professor of Film Studies and Professor of English at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln, and Coordinator of the Film Studies Program at UNL. He is the nephew of the late artist Nina Barr Wheeler.

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... book is 21st Century Hollywood Movies in the Era of Transformation (with Wheeler Winston Dixon Rutgers University Press, 2011) ... A Short History of Film, co-authored with Wheeler Winston Dixon, has gone through six printings since its initial 2008 publication, the latest in December 2011 ... Since 1999, with Wheeler Winston Dixon, Foster has been the Editor-in-Chief of Quarterly Review of Film and Video ...

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