College of Information and Communications
Faculty and Staff
|College of Information and Communications|
School of Journalism and Mass Communications
B.A., Media Arts and French, University of South Carolina
M.A., Media Arts, University of South Carolina
Hannah Shikle advises undergraduate students in the College of Information and Communications.
Shikle has a background in filmmaking. As a senior at the University of South Carolina,
she was recipient of a Magellan Scholar Award to collaborate on video essays with
Professor Susan Felleman (Film and Media Studies and Art History). Their video essay
"Four Ways to Be a Woman Artist ... According to the Movies" was published in the
peer-reviewed academic journal [in]Transition 9.2 (2022).
Shikle presented her own video essay, "A Desert Journey in Nine Parts," at the Theory & Practice of the Video Essay conference at UMass Amherst 2022. Her master's thesis project, "Voyageur du temps: Gérard Depardieu & French Identity," was an Official Selection at the Orlando Film Festival 2022 and a Semi-Finalist at the Flickers’ Rhode Island International Film Festival 2022.
Shikle has a special interest in art history having minored in it in undergrad. She enjoys visiting art museums when she travels. Among her favorites are the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston and the Musée de l'Orangerie in Paris.