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Hilliard-Nunn Black Film & Film Literature Collection

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Dr. Patricia Hillard-Nunn 

Dr. Hilliard-Nunn was a beloved educator and activist who dedicated many years to the UF African American Studies Program as an Adjunct Associate Professor.  Dr. Hilliard-Nunn first joined the Program in 2007, but she had been a part of the University and Gainesville communities for many years prior. During her time at UF, she taught a broad range of courses. However, she demonstrated an interest and passion for film and media. In 1993, she earned her doctorate in Mass Communication from Florida State University, and she continued to teach and publish on Black film throughout her rich career. Dr. Hilliard-Nunn was equally as skilled behind the camera as she was behind a lectern, utilizing her skills as a director and producer to tell Black stories through film.

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