College of Letters & Sciences
Upham Hall

Anna Hajdik
Lecturer

  • Office Location: Laurentide Hall 3261
  • Phone: (262) 472-1242
  • Email: hajdika@uww.edu
  • Department(s): Languages & Literatures

Ph.D. University of Texas at Austin, American Studies

M.A. University of Texas at Austin, Advertising

B.A. Macalester College, History & Communication Studies

Courses Taught at UW-Whitewater

FILM 110:  "Visual Culture in America," otherwise known as Introduction to Film Studies  

FILM/ENG/WGST 266:  "Gender and Film"

FILM GENRE:  "The Western"

FIRST YEAR ENGLISH 101:  Literatures, Spaces, and Identities of the American Midwest

FIRST YEAR ENGLISH 102:  Conformity, Consumerism, & Cold War Anxieties:  America in the 1950s

Past Courses at UW-Whitewater

ADVANCDED COMPOSITION:  "Writing the American Dream"

FIRST YEAR ENGLISH HONORS:  "Autobiography and the American Experience"

FIRST YEAR ENGLISH HONORS:  "Animals and American Culture"

Graduate Teaching at the Univeristy of Texas at Austin:

Walt Disney and the Disneyfication of America

The Country and City in Art, Literature, and Film

Research Interests:  Regional Identity and film,  Popular Representations of the American Midwest, Intersections between culture and agriculture, the Cold War and the 1950s