Dr. Ramie TateishiAssistant Professor College of Letters and Sciences
Arts and Humanities
Ramie Tateishi received his Ph.D. in Literature from the University of California at San Diego, and currently serves as Program Lead for the M.A. in Film Studies program at National University. His work on film, television, and popular culture has appeared in journals such as Asian Cinema and in anthologies such as Fear Without Frontiers. As a popular cultural scholar, he is a frequent guest commentator on cinema, animation, and other popular culture-related topics on KPBS, San Diego’s local public radio station. He is also a classically-trained musician who has composed scores for independent stage productions such as Sisters, Oregon for Lost Dog Productions, and independent feature films such as The Extra for Elusive Entertainment. At National University, he teaches courses on topics such as science fiction and detective fiction in the M.A. in English program, and is also in charge of the Japanese cinema component of the M.A. in Film Studies program.
College of Letters and Sciences