Humanities Without Walls Consortium Research Collaborator
Dr. Scott Boehm is Assistant Professor of Spanish and Global Studies at Michigan State University where he teaches courses on Spanish cinema, literature and culture. After informally collaborating onfor the award-winning documentary feature Hmong Memory at the Crossroads (2015), he was happy to officially join the Growing Up Hmong at the Crossroads team, as Research Collaborator. Dr. Boehm studied screenwriting at La Factoría del Guión (The Script Factory) in Madrid, Spain before becoming a professor. His work in the film industry includes script consultation and translation, most notably for Acantilado (The Cliff), a 2016 Spanish thriller directed by Helena Taberna, which won the Dark Matters Feature Film Jury Award at the Austin Film Festival. In 2007, he helped launch the Spanish Civil War Memory Project, which is now the world’s largest digital archive of video testimonies of fascist repression during the Spanish Civil War and the Francoist dictatorship.