Jordan Parrish

Jordan Parrish is a PhD student at the University of Pittsburgh. He received an MA from Ohio University after completing his thesis on undead subjectivity in lost-decade Japanese horror films through a methodology based in psychoanalytic theory and film philosophy. He currently works in film philosophy and the physics of time, focusing on the inseparability between time and movement and the ways in which filmmakers and their films create new temporal concepts that intervene within existing scholarly conversations about time within film studies, philosophy, and humanities-oriented approaches to physics.