Ph.D., University of California-Los Angeles, Film and Television
MA, University of California-Los Angeles, Film and Television
BA, University of California-Santa Barbara, Film Studies
Areas of Research and Teaching
Classical Film Theory
Global Women Directors
National Cinemas (Europe, Asia, Middle East)
Film and the Other Arts (music, dance, theater, painting)
Cinema and Digital Culture
Williams, Tami M., Askari, Kaveh, Curtis, Scott, and Gray, Frank, eds. Performing New Media, 1890-1915.
John Libbey Press, 2014.
Williams, Tami M. “Toward the Development of a Modern 'Impressionist' Cinema: Germaine Dulac's La Belle Dams sans merci (1921) and the Deconstruction of the Femme Fatale Archetype.” Framework: The Journal of Cinema and Media 51.2 (2010): 404-419.
Tami M. Williams (Ph.D., UCLA) is an Associate Professor of English and Film Studies at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, President of Domitor International Society for the Study of Early Cinema
, and a board member of Women Film History International. Her books as author/editor/co-editor include Provenance and Early Cinema (2021), Germaine Dulac's What is Cinema? (2019), Global Cinema Networks (2018), Early Cinema and the Archives (2016), Germaine Dulac: A Cinema of Sensations (2014), and Performing New Media, 1895-1915 (2014).