Juan Monroy has taught courses on introductory film, film history,
media theory, broadcasting history, and the economics of the television
industry at Queens College, New York University, Fordham University
Lincoln Center, the New School, and Marymount Manhattan College.
His research interests include television history, political
economy of television, and media and globalization. His dissertation is a
study of how the United States employed television to promote economic
development as an anti-communist project in Latin America during the
1960s, following the Cuban Revolution. The recipient of research
fellowships from the NYU Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Center of
Media and Culture at NYU, and the University of Georgia's Peabody
Awards Lamdin Kay Visiting Research Fellowship.
Monroy earned his bachelors degree in Film Studies at
the University of California, Santa Barbara, and his masters degree in
Cinema Studies at NYU. He is currently working on his doctorate at NYU,
also in Cinema Studies.