Caroline Frick

Caroline Frick

Assistant Professor - Dept. of Radio, TV, Film


Biography

Caroline Frick's research and teaching interests focus upon the evolution of
the moving image archiving movement, cross-cultural approaches to historical
preservation, and digital media libraries. She is the founder and executive
director of the Texas Archive of the Moving Image, an organization devoted
to the discovery and preservation of media related to the state. Dr. Frick
received her MA in Film Archiving and Film History from the University of
East Anglia, UK and obtained her PhD in Radio-Television-Film from the
University of Texas at Austin. Prior to her work in Texas, Dr. Frick worked
in film preservation at Warner Bros., the Library of Congress, and the
National Archives in Washington, D.C. Dr. Frick also programmed films for
the American Movie Classics cable channel in New York and serves as a
Director of the Board for the Association of Moving Image Archivists. Her
book, "Saving Cinema," is forthcoming from Oxford University Press.

Degrees

PhD in Radio-TV-Film, The University of Texas at Austin

MA in Film Archiving and History, The University of East Anglia, UK

Recent Courses

YearSemesterCourse NumberCourseSyllabus
2021SpringINF 385TSpecial Topics in Information Science Media, Memory, and the Archive
2019SpringINF 385TSpecial Topics in Information Science Media, Memory, and the Archive
2017FallINF 385TSpecial Topics in Information Science Media, Memory, and the Archive