Jennifer Gauthier

Media and culture professor’s work published

Jennifer Gauthier

The work of Randolph media and culture professor Jennifer Gauthier has appeared in two recent publications. Teaching World Cinema in Lockdown was included in the most recent edition of Oh, the Humanities, a monthly newsletter focusing on news and topics in the humanities. In it, Gauthier writes about her experiences teaching film remotely during the... READ MORE >>

Randolph professor hosting new Virtual Movie Club

Jennifer Gauthier

Like many people across the country, Randolph professor Jennifer Gauthier has been feeling the disconnect that comes from being home over the last few months—and she hopes the newly created Randolph College Virtual Movie Club can help.... READ MORE >>

Borker Film Series resumes for spring semester

Flyer for Borker Film Series

Throughout the 2019-20 academic year, Randolph College is showing a special series of films that highlight female activists whose unique identities have empowered them to take bold action to change the world. All films in the Ruth Borker Film Series on Intersectionality and Activism are free and open to the public. The spring portion of... READ MORE >>

Driver Film Series will bring Emmy-winning documentarian to campus

Director Judd Ehrlich (Photo by Larry Busacca/Getty Images for the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival)

Each year, Randolph invites high-profile filmmakers to campus for The Sara Driver ’77 Digital Filmmaking Course and Lecture Series funded by Martha (Lou) Miller Driver ’50. The upcoming program this spring will feature Emmy-winning documentarian Judd Ehrlich and a film festival that will include screenings of several of his most popular films. The film festival,... READ MORE >>

Gauthier featured on NPR’s The Academic Minute

Jennifer Gauthier

On Monday, communication studies professor Jennifer Gauthier was a featured guest on NPR’s The Academic Minute. In the segment, Gauthier discussed modern news outlets and the other options that are available to consumers outside of the mainstream media. Since six major companies control 90 percent of the information and entertainment distributed in the United States,... READ MORE >>

New Borker Film Series pays homage to female leaders and activists

Graphic for Borker Film Series

Throughout the 2019-20 academic year, Randolph College will show a special series of films that highlight female activists whose unique identities have empowered them to take bold action to change the world. All films will be shown in Nichols Theatre, located inside the Student Center in Main Hall, at 7 p.m. (with the exception of... READ MORE >>

Part one of 2019 Driver Lecture features documentary on French Nazi hunter

Michel Cojot-Goldberg

Randolph College will host a special rough-cut preview of ​Cojot, a feature-length documentary that follows the life of Michel Cojot-Goldberg, a Nazi hunter, Entebbe hostage, and ultimately, a Klaus Barbie trial witness. The screening event, which is free and open to the public, is scheduled for Monday, April 1, at 7 p.m. in Nichols Theatre, inside the... READ MORE >>

Gauthier lectures at William & Mary, slated to lecture in France

Jennifer Gauthier

Communication studies professor Jennifer Gauthier has traveled extensively this fall, visiting and lecturing at various institutions and events across the nation and the world. On October 30, Gauthier was invited to the College of William & Mary to give a talk to students and faculty as part of a speaker series organized by the Native... READ MORE >>

Gauthier to help the public ‘Decipher the News’ at Lynchburg Public Library

Jennifer Gauthier

Communication studies professor Jennifer Gauthier will present the lecture “Deciphering the News” at Lynchburg Public Library on Thursday, September 20, at 6 p.m. The event will be held in the Community Meeting Room. Gauthier’s talk is designed to help Lynchburg citizens identify fake news, sort out fact from opinion, and cut through misleading rhetoric to hone in what... READ MORE >>

Randolph professor, students serve as panelists at Virginia Social Science Association conference

(from left) Veronica Lee '21, professor Jennifer Gauthier, Alex Wieczorek '19, and Hannah Overstreet '20

On Saturday, April 21, Jennifer Gauthier, a Randolph communication studies professor, served as a panelist alongside Alex Wieczorek ’19, Hannah Overstreet ’20, and Veronica Lee ’21 at the Virginia Social Science Association (VSSA) conference in Richmond. The group presented “’Still She Persisted’”: Gender, Politics, and Popular Culture,” which included papers addressing gender and politics in... READ MORE >>