Sharon Albert & Amy Corbin
Sharon Albert is a Senior Lecturer in the Religion Studies department at Muhlenberg College. She teaches courses on Islam, Jewish Studies, and Religion and Literature, as well as courses on comparative religions. Much of her recent research has focused on the scholarship of teaching and learning with particular emphases on digital humanities and integrative learning. Amy Corbin is an Associate Professor of Film Studies and Media & Communication at Muhlenberg College, where she teaches courses in film history, genre, and theory. Her book, Cinematic Geographies and Multicultural Spectatorship in America (Palgrave Macmillan, 2015), explores the sense of virtual travel inherent in films about place and how such geographical representations are employed in the rhetoric of popular multiculturalism. She has also published several essays on race and cultural geography in American film. She holds a PhD from the University of California, Berkeley.