Lucy Bucknell came to Hopkins as a teaching fellow in The Writing Seminars, receiving her master's degree in writing in 1999. She taught in both The Writing Seminars and the Film and Media Studies Program for several years before becoming full-time faculty in FMS in 2007.
Her fiction and poetry have appeared in Alaska Quarterly Review; The Chattahoochee Review; Cream City Review; Fiction; The Johns Hopkins Review; The Laurel Review; Natural Bridge; Pleiades; Southern Humanities Review; War, Literature & the Arts; Willow Review; and elsewhere.
She is the founding director of Writing Outside the Fence, a writing program for returning citizens in Baltimore, and she is Principal Investigator for the Baltimore Youth Film Arts Program.
Film Studies Courses:
The Wilderness Within and Without; American Landscapes in Film; Violent Attractions; Technology in Hollywood Film; The Uses of Difference; Masculinities; Women in Hollywood Film; The Westerns of Ford, Leone, and Peckinpah; and Unrealities: The Fantastic and The Absurd in Film and Fiction
Character and Story Design for the Screenplay; Screenwriting by Genre: Characters for the Screenplay; Storytelling for Film and Fiction