Tyler Schroeder

Tyler Schroeder
Humanities Teaching Fellow, Department of Cinema and Media Studies and the College
Classics 314B
Ph.D., The University of Chicago
Research Interests: Literary, media, and cultural studies (esp. in German-speaking Europe); the confluences between technology, work, and domesticity; the histories and philosophies of science and medicine; the modes of comedy and melodrama

Biography

Tyler Schroeder is a Humanities Teaching Fellow at the University of Chicago and he has received his Ph.D. in Cinema and Media Studies from The University of Chicago. His dissertation studies media cultures of public health education with a guiding focus on the moving image; he takes his case studies from Germany in the first half of the 20th century. His work has been published in New German Critique

His other intellectual interests run throughout literary, media, and cultural studies (based in, but not restricted to, German-speaking Europe); the confluences between technology, work, and domesticity; the histories and philosophies of science and medicine; and the modes of comedy and melodrama.

 

Teaching

Media Aesthetics I (Autumn 2021; HUMA 16000)
Introduction to Film (Winter 2022; CMST 10100)
— Pandemic Disease in Text, Image, and Network (Spring 2022; CMST 27510)

Previously taught courses include: Film and the Moving Image (CMST 14400), Media Aesthetics II (HUMA 16100)