Loyola University Chicago

School of Communication

Adjunct Faculty Directory

Dr. Milan Pribisic

Title/s:  Instructor

Specialty Area: Media History, Media Theory

Office #:  Lewis Tower # 900

Phone: 312.915.6548

E-mail:

CV Link: Milan Pribisc CV

About

Dr. Pribisic is a theatre practitioner, communication media teacher and scholar. He is a company member with the Chicago’s Trap Door Theatre and TUTA Theatre. He uses classroom as a rehearsal hall wherein students and teachers take a journey seeking truth, enlightment and pleasures of learning. His areas of interest are cross-media fertilization, film adaptation and queer representations in the image-based media. He holds Ph.D. in Theatre Studies from Kent State University. He has published on media representations both domestically and internationally and his most recent publication is an essay entitled “From a ‘Disappeared Aesthetics” to a “Trans-Aesthetics”: Derek Jarman and Ming Wong’s Image-Based Technologies of the Self” included in the anthology I Confess: Constructing the Sexual Self in the Internet Age (2019).

Degrees

Ph.D. in Theatre Studies
M.A. in Sociology of Culture
B.A. in Journalism

Program Areas

Communication Studies

Research Interests

Cross-media fertilization, film adaptation, queer representations in the image-based media

Professional & Community Affiliations

Theatre Communications Group
The Center for the Study of Film and History
The Society for Cinema and Media Studies

Courses Taught

Communication Practices; Communication Processes; Introduction to Film History; Public Speaking and Critical Thinking; Introduction to Communication, Introduction to Cinema 

Awards

DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service) Faculty Grant, 2004
Junior Faculty Academic Leave, Millikin University, Spring 2004
American Society for Theatre Research Thomas F. Marshall Travel Fellowship, 1996

Selected Publications

Sveti Fasbinder (Saint Fassbinder), (2014)--a book-length study on R.W. Fassbinder in Serbian