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Kevin Sandler is an associate professor in the Film and Media Studies Program. He specializes in the contemporary U. S. media business, with a particular focus on censorship and animation. He is the author of The Naked Truth: Why Hollywood Doesn't Make X-Rated Movies (Rutgers University Press, 2007), the co-editor of Titanic: Anatomy of a Blockbuster (Rutgers, 1999), and editor of Reading the Rabbit: Explorations in Warner Bros. Animation (Rutgers 1998). He also has published in several anthologies, journals, and public facing outlets including Cinema Journal, Animation Journal, and Slate. His upcoming books are Hanna and Barbera: Conversations (University Press of Mississippi, 2024), Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! (Duke University Press) and an edited anthology of scholarly articles on Hanna-Barbera.
Ph.D. Film Studies, Sheffield Hallam University, England
Kevin Sandler and Kevin Haasarud. Hollywood Bites. (2010).
Kevin Sandler. Teaching Media Convergence. Cinema Journal (2009).
Kevin Sandler. The Films of Francis Ford Coppola. (2009).
. Teaching Dossier: Assignment Design. (2009).
Kevin Sandler. The Future of US Film Censorship Studies. (2009).