Shull, Michael Slade 1949-

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SHULL, Michael Slade 1949-


PERSONAL: Born September 20, 1949, in Baltimore, MD; son of Edward Slade (an engineer) and Beatrice Mary (a teacher; maiden name, Parker) Shull. Ethnicity: "German/English." Education: University of Maryland—College Park, B.A., 1972, M.A., 1983, Ph.D., 1995. Politics: Independent. Religion: Episcopal. Hobbies and other interests: Jazz, bridge, rugby.

ADDRESSES: Home—90 Waverley Dr., No. LL210, Frederick, MD 21702. Offıce—Department of Rhetoric and Communications, Mount St. Mary's College, Emmitsburg, MD 21727, E-mail—[email protected]


CAREER: Skuce & Associates, public relations representative and researcher, 1983-87; Washington Center, Washington, DC, associate faculty member, 1995-2000; Towson University, Towson, MD, lecturer, 2000-01; Mount St. Mary's College, Emmitsburg, MD, lecturer in rhetoric and communications, 2002—. Frederick Community College, adjunct faculty member, 1998—. Shull Associates, independent media and communication consultant, 1992—.


MEMBER: International Association of Media Historians, Society for Cinema and Media Studies, Popular Culture Association, American Historical Association, Film and History League, U.S. Naval Institute.


WRITINGS:


(With David E. Wilt) Doing Their Bit: Wartime American Animated Short Films, 1939-1945, McFarland and Co. (Jefferson, NC), 1987, revised edition, 2003.

(With David E. Wilt) Hollywood War Films, 1937-1945, McFarland and Co. (Jefferson, NC), 1996.

Radicalism in American Silent Films, 1909-1929: A Filmography and History, McFarland and Co. (Jefferson, NC), 2000.

Contributor to books, including The Columbia Companion to History on Film, Columbia University Press (New York, NY), 2003.


WORK IN PROGRESS: Hollywood's Red Decade: Film Radicalism during the 1930s, completion expected in 2005.


BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL SOURCES:


periodicals


Library Journal, May 1, 2000, Bruce Henson, review of Radicalism in American Silent Films, 1909-1929: A Filmography and History, p. 116.