Dennis Bounds, Ph.D.
Dr. Dennis Bounds is an associate professor in the Department of Cinema-Television at Regent University specializing in cinema-television history and criticism, international cinema and writing for cinema and television. He is a regular presenter of academic works and screenwriting workshops at film festivals and conferences throughout the United States.
Dr. Bounds is a writer whose published material appears in The Encyclopedia of Television, as well as in book chapters and articles on cinema-television. His book on the lawyer-detective “Perry Mason” serves as a standard reference. At Regent, he teaches courses on cinema-television history, criticism and writing.
To challenge students to a higher level of thinking as they explore key movers and movements within the worlds of cinema, television, writing and research.
Perry Mason: The Authorship and Reproduction of a Popular Hero, Greenwood Press, 1996
Ph.D. University of Texas at Austin, 1994
M.A. University of Texas at Austin, 1985
B.A. Baylor University, 1979
Fields of Expertise
- Cinema-Television History
- International Cinema
- Writing for Television