Jose Miguel Palacios

José Miguel Palacios, Assistant Professor in the Department of Film & Electronic Arts at CSU Long Beach, works in the areas of film history and transnational cinemas. His teaching and research interests cover Latin American cinema, film and media theory, radical film cultures, documentary, film archives, and the relations between cinema and migration.

His work has appeared in academic journals such as Screen, Jump Cut, In Transition, and Archivos de la Filmoteca, as well as in numerous edited collections published in the United States, Chile, and Argentina. One of his most recent projects is “Estados de emergencia: documental y protesta en América Latina,” a special issue on documentary and protests co-edited with Elizabeth Ramírez-Soto for the journal Cine Documental.

Prior to joining CSU Long Beach, he was a postdoctoral fellow in the Art Department at Universidad Alberto Hurtado in Santiago, Chile, and taught a wide range of film and media courses at New York University, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Universidad de Chile, and Universidad Uniacc.