Jeanine D. Basinger is founder of the Department of Film Studies at Wesleyan University in Middletown, Connecticut, and curator of the cinema archives there. She has written 12 books on film, including Silent Stars, winner of the William K. Everson Film History Award, and American Cinema: One Hundred Years of Filmmaking, the companion book for a 10-part PBS series. Basinger lives part-time in Brookings, where she earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees from South Dakota State University. Her most recent book is The Movie Musical!
History, Non-Fiction, Tribal
Fiction, Non-Fiction, Poetry, South Dakota AuthorsFor the Sake of One We Love and Are Losing: A Meditative Poem & Journal
Non-FictionIt's My Country Too: Women's Military Stories from the American Revolution to Afghanistan
Non-Fiction, Young ReadersMoonbeams: A Lullaby Through the Phases of the Moon