Film Studies Program

Jacob Floyd

Jacob Floyd
Assistant Professor of Film Studies
234 Tate Hall
Education: 

PhD in English (Screen Studies), Oklahoma State University, 2018
MA in Cinema Studies, New York University, 2010

Bio: 

Jacob Floyd is an assistant professor in Visual Studies. His research focuses on Indigenous media, particularly self-representation, the representation of history, and ways media is used to preserve language and culture. Other research interests include film history, film publicity and intertexts, race and representation, horror, The Simpsons, and B movies. A citizen of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation, he is also a documentary filmmaker whose work examines Native American history and archival images.