Professor Rosalind Galt
Professor in Film Studies
Tel 020 7848 7560
Address Film Studies Department
King's College London
Room 449N Norfolk Building
London WC2R 2LS
Research Interests and PhD supervision
Rosalind Galt was educated in Scotland and the United States. She holds a PhD in Modern Culture and Media from Brown University (2002), and an MA (Hons) in Film and Television Studies and English Literature from the University of Glasgow (1993).
Before joining King’s in 2013, she was Reader in Film Studies at the University of Sussex and Assistant Professor of Film Studies and International Studies at the University of Iowa.
From 2012-2013 she was co-investigator of an AHRC Research Network on Global Queer Cinema.
- World cinema post-1945
- Queer cinemas
- Film theory, especially issues of aesthetics and politics
- Comparative European cinemas
Rosalind Galt’s research is situated at the intersection of film theories and histories, locating European and world cinemas within debates on visuality and aesthetics, modernity and globality, sexuality and the politics of the image. Her most recent book, Queer Cinema in the World (Duke University Press, 2016), was co-authored with Karl Schoonover. The book argues that queer cinema needs to be seen in a worldly perspective, and it traces how queer cinema circulates around the globe, exploring its intersections with international sexual cultures, geopolitics, and aesthetics.
Rosalind welcomes applications for PhD topics related to any of her research interests.
- Queer Cinema in the World (Duke University Press, 2016), co-authored with Karl Schoonover
- “The animal logic of contemporary Greek cinema,” Framework 58/1-2 (2018)
- Pretty: Film and the Decorative Image (New York: Columbia University Press: 2011)
- Global Art Cinema: New Theories and Histories, co-edited with Karl Schoonover (New York: Oxford University Press, 2010)
- The New European Cinema: Redrawing the Map, (New York: Columbia University Press, 2006)
Expertise and Public Engagement
Rosalind Galt has taught in a wide range of areas including modules in film theory, european cinema, world cinema, queer cinema, experimental film, realism and the cinematic image, and feminist film theory.
Rosalind Galt has organised public events at the BFI, London Lesbian and Gay Film Festival, and CineCity: Brighton Film Festival, has served on the jury of the Mediterranean Film Festival in Croatia, and has programmed a film series that screened at the Pacific Film Archive in Berkeley, CA and Anthology Film Archives in New York.
She is on the editorial board of Transnational Cinemas and the advisory board of World Picture. She has peer reviewed for international research councils and for many major scholarly presses and journals.