Gerry Coulter on Wide Screen editorial board
Wide Screen welcomes Dr Gerry Coulter, founder editor of the peer-reviewed, open-access International Journal of Baudrillard Studies, to its editorial board. His research and teaching interests include contemporary theory, the arts, technology and culture, and photographic imagery. In 2006 he was awarded Bishop’s highest honour for teaching: The William and Nancy Turner Prize. He is also a past winner of the Division of Social Science Teaching Award in 2004 and has several times been recognized for his teaching including the Faculty Evaluation Committee Merit Award for Teaching in 2000. He is the Founder and Principal Editor of the International Journal of Baudrillard Studies (On The Internet: www.ubishops.ca/baudrillardstudies). In August 2008 the Times Higher Education Supplement applauded Dr. Coulter and IJBS for courageously responding to the challenge of producing a high quality open access academic journal on the Internet. Since September 2006 he has been Canadian Contributing Editor to European Art (On-line) Magazine (http://www.euroartmagazine.com/new/) He is also a manuscript reviewer for Women’s Studies Section at the Aid To Scholarly Publications Program in Ottawa. Gerry’s current research and writing are in contemporary theory, the arts, cinema and culture.