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Chuck Sheaffer

Adjunct Instructor

Special Topics in Film History

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Chuck Sheaffer earned his Ph.D. at the University of Minnesota, where he studied cinema, philosophy, and poetics (and where he held the Harold Leonard fellowship in film study). Chuck’s focus on film reflects a broad interest in the relation of creative intellect to civic and institutional coherence—an interest further cultivated through a thirteen-year stint with the U.S. government, where Chuck wrote policy for natural-resource management, designed websites for public outreach, and parachuted from airplanes to manage remote wildfires. Chuck writes about cinema as an index to the articulation of civic ideals in all contexts (whether creative or institutional), and in addition to teaching film history at Cornish, he also teaches courses in technical communication at the University of Washington. (Chuck still spends time in the mountains, too—though he now travels by land rather than by parachute.)