Teresa Cutler Broyles
Teresa Cutler-Broyles is an adjunct faculty member in the UNM Cinematic Arts Department, and a visiting professor during summers at the Umbra Institute in Perugia, Italy. She writes novels, short fiction, academic chapters, and travel pieces. Her research interests include film, creative writing, architecture, history, landscape architecture and garden design, Shakespeare, teratology, media studies, Star Trek, food, wine, politics, and travel. Her most recent novel is Dante’s Garden, a historical fiction set in 1570 Italy, and her most recent non-fiction piece is a chapter about alternative sexualities in Star Trek.
For FLC in the fall, 2018, she will be teaching the film/media section of the class titled: Music, Media & Spoken Word in Politics.