Art History and Film and Media Studies
Professor Julie Codell’s teaching interests include the era of the British Raj in India, South Asian film, and gender, race, and world cinema. She has written on Gandhi’s Autobiography, colonial photography, orientalism, art collections and museums in Baroda, empire films, Indians and the 19th-century press, Indian travel writing and Indian crafts. She edited Transculturation in British Art (2012), Power and Resistance: The Delhi Coronation Durbars (2012), Genre, Gender, Race and World Cinema (2007), Imperial Co-Histories (2003) and Orientalism Transposed (1998) currently being translated into Japanese (Hosei University, 2014). She guest edited an issue of Victorian Periodicals Review on the 19th-century press in India (2004). She is affiliated with English, Film and Media Studies, Gender and Women’s Studies, and the Center for the Study of Religion and Conflict as well as the Center for Asian Research.