Gwendolyn Audrey Foster, American English educator, film director. Regents fellow University Nebraska, 1991-1993, Ruth E. Adams fellow Douglass College, 1993, Interdisciplinary Arts fellow Rockefeller Foundation; Southwest Alternate Media Project grantee, 1992; recipient Rutgers University Alumnae award, 1994, Women Emergin Scholar of Year American Association of University Women, 1998.
- From teaching assistant English department to lecturer University Nebraska, Lincoln, 1994-1995, visiting assistant professor, 1996, assistant professor, since 1997. Music director Sunrise Communications, 1987-1989. Presenter in field.
- Women Filmmakers of the African & Asian Diaspora: Decolonizing the Gaze, Locating Subjectivity
- Black women filmmakers not only deserve an audience, Gwendolyn Audrey Foster asserts, but it is also imperative that their voices be heard as they struggle against Hollywood’s constructions of spectatorship, ownership, and the creative and distribution aspects of filmmaking.
- Women Film Directors: An International Bio-Critical Dictionary
- Until now, there hasn't been one single-volume authoritative reference work on the history of women in film, highlighting nearly every woman filmmaker from the dawn of cinema including Alice Guy (France, 1896), Chantal Akerman (Belgium), Penny Marshall (U.
1994 - 1995