Willis Konick is an associate professor in Comparative Literature. Willis teaches world literature courses, but now primarily teaches film. He joins Professor Bean in offering our introductory series, and also teaches courses in film history. His primary research was in the area of Russian literature; now he extends his research interests to film. Willis has followed the long and sometimes unhappy history of film studies at the University of Washington; our new program fills him with great joy.
- Willis (PBS broadcast from KCTS Television, 1980) - December 19, 2016