Dr. Antonio is an Associate Arts Professor in the Department Art and Public Policy at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts and also serves as the Associate Dean for Strategic Initiatives

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New York University

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Ph.D

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Cinema Studies

Professional Experience

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New York University

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Associate Dean for Strategic Initiatives

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Oversee Special Programs (J-Term, Summer Classes, Study Away) Future Artists Programs, Diversity Initiatives.

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  • Sheril Antonio

    Dr. Antonio is an Associate Arts Professor in the Department Art and Public Policy at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts and also serves as the Associate Dean for Strategic Initiatives

    Education

    school

    New York University

    degree

    Ph.D

    focus

    Cinema Studies

    Professional Experience

    company

    New York University

    position

    Associate Dean for Strategic Initiatives

    summary

    Oversee Special Programs (J-Term, Summer Classes, Study Away) Future Artists Programs, Diversity Initiatives.

    work

    Work Life Balancing Act

    “The days you work are the best days” Georgia O’Keeffe Many years ago, I gave a talk for NYU’s Faculty Resource Network called The Balancing Act: Teaching, Administrative Work, Writing and Other Things… The other name for the talk was “On Wearing Many Hats” which was phrase I was fond of. Given that I work at a…

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    Full Moon

    The next full moon is October 16, 2016 –  tomorrow… Not sure how many of us pay attention or know much about the moon phases but I’m particularly fond of the crescent moon. Of all the phases it is the one I contemplate the most, after the full moon of course, and I find it…

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    Slavery in America

    In February of 2014 I read in Variety that Steve McQueen’s 2013 film 12 Years a Slave was going to be taught in U.S. high schools. Well, it came to pass. The film, book and study guide will indeed be distributed in American public high schools. What an achievement.  During my own education, I learned…

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    Rain

    Rain is something we all experience – differently… Some of us like the sounds. In fact, 8,727,589 and counting like these sounds of rain. Some of us appreciate the sights. The way things look while its raining,   or the glossy look of things after.     Some of us like the smell of rain – in perfumes.…

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    The Conversation About Race

    As discussions about race percolate again in America, sometimes violently, we need to realize that we are always talking about race even when we are not talking about it. Omission is an essential part of the conversation. We have been witnessing this resurgence in the media lately from all sectors of daily life, from local…

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    What Teaching Teaches Teachers

    If you are a teacher, you won’t be surprised about just how much teachers learn from their students. I have the privilege of teaching a freshman writing class to young artists at NYU called “The World Through Art” and an advanced film culture and criticism class called “Anatomy of Difference: The Other in Film”- both…

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    Clouds on the Road to Mindfulness

    I recently walked into an office conversation and overheard a colleague say “you can tell a lot from someone’s instagram.”  After joining the cluster and listening –  I rather quickly began wondering what the person thought they could tell from my photos. “You like clouds” was the reply when I finally asked. In thinking about…

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    Snow *

    What we call winter in these parts (Northern Hemisphere) officially began on Sunday, December 21, 2014 and will end on Thursday, March 19, 2015. While we are not sure what this winter’s weather will be overall or day-to-day, we do know that last winter was said to be too cold even for polar bears and…

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    Happy New Year!

    In anticipation of the first of many “new years” to come – on January 1, 2015 – some traditions tend towards the making of “New Year’s Resolutions.”  I however, have veered from that with a slightly different practice. I got the idea at a church many years ago at a New Year’s Eve service. The…

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    On Parenting a Parent

    Nothing prepares you for the job of parenting a parent. Nothing! It does not matter what your relationship with that parent is or how old you are, the day the roles change the entire world feels different – because for you – and for them – it is different. There are so many reasons why,…

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    Iran Is in Asia

    Iran is in Asia – so are 43 other countries. As I prepare film clips for the 5th week of the “Anatomy of Difference” class I’m teaching in Arts Politics this semester – “A look at Asian cinema” – I wonder how many of my students are aware of the full list of countries on…

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    Thank You Tree Huggers!

    I have always appreciated trees as part of nature and intellectually, I was indeed aware of the life giving oxygen they provide daily. After reading this article in the Atlantic however, I now have a much deeper appreciation for trees. It turns out that trees contribute a great deal to our health and well being.…

    Global Assimilation

    What Is Global Assimilation?

    Assimilation in the traditional sense- according to dictionary.com means both absorbing and being absorbed: 1. the act or process of assimilating, or of absorbing information, experiences, etc.: the need for quick assimilation of the facts. 2. the state or condition of being assimilated, or of being absorbed into something. 3. the process of adapting or…

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