Bearden Coleman

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Bearden Coleman

Assistant Professor of English and Film

  • Tenure at King's: Aug. 2007 to Present

    bcoleman@tkc.edu | 212-659-0732

  • M.F.A. Creative Writing

    Texas State University

  • B.A. Humanities

    Biola University

Bearden Coleman holds a Bachelor of Humanities degree from Biola University, a Master of Fine Arts degree from Texas State University. He also holds a Master of Arts degree in Media Studies from the New School University, where he focused on film aesthetics and theory.
Professor Coleman came to The King's College after having taught at Texas State and Queensborough Community College. He teaches film and college writing classes at TKC. 
In addition to writing about film for Christianity Today, professor Coleman engages in larger critical thought regarding the intersection of religion and the cinema. For example, in the spring of 2013 Professor Coleman presented a paper at Harvard’s Imaging the Ineffable conference, and in the fall of 2014 he will present at Baylor University’s Symposium on Faith and Culture.

He appreciates the Christian commitment of King's and relishes the opportunity to serve, teach, and challenge college-aged Christian students. Professor Coleman lives in New York with his wife and daughter. 

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