Joyce Rheuban has taught graduate and undergraduate courses in film history, theory, and criticism at CUNY, Tisch School of the Arts of New York University, and the Germanic Languages Department of Columbia University. She has also lectured on American experimental film throughout the German Republic. Her publications include translations of the screenplays of two R.W. Fassbinder films, a book on silent film comedian Harry Langdon, and articles on German and American cinema. She is a co-editor of Persistence of Vision: The Journal of the Film Faculty of the City University of New York, and an analyst-in-training at the National Psychological Association for Psychoanalysis. She is the recipient of a NEH Fellowship for College Teachers, a Mellon Foundation award, and a number of PSC-CUNY Research Foundation awards.