Sidney Gottlieb, Ph.D.
Sidney Gottlieb, Ph.D. has been teaching at Sacred Heart University since 1976. He is the longtime editor of two scholarly journals, the Hitchcock Annual (Columbia University Press; coedited with Richard Allen) and the George Herbert Journal. His edited books include Hitchcock on Hitchcock (Univ. of California Press), Framing Hitchcock (Wayne State University Press; coedited with Chris Brookhouse), Hitchcock: Interviews (Univ. of Missouri Press), and Roberto Rossellini's Rome Open City (Cambridge Univ. Press).
A multiple recipient of Sacred Heart's scholarship award, the second volume of Dr. Gottlieb's Hitchcock on Hitchcock is forthcoming from the University of California Press, and he has published essay on Hitchcock, Welles, Eisenstein, Capra, Herbert, Milton, Marvell, Vaughan, Sterne, and Austen, among others.
He is also an active musician, currently playing with Ice Brothers in Connecticut and Thaumatrope in New York City.
Degrees and Certifications
Ph.D., Rutgers University
Introduction to Media Studies, Film History, Film Comedy, Literature and Film, and special topics courses on individual directors, like Hitchcock and Welles.
Research Interests and Grants
Film history, literature and film, Alfred Hitchcock, Orson Welles and 17th-century literature
Publications and Presentations
- Hitchcock Annual 17. Co-edited with Richard Allen. New York: Columbia University Press, 2011.
"Hitchcock's Silent Cinema," in A Companion to Alfred Hitchcock, ed. Thomas Leitch and Leland Poague. Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, 2011, pp. 255-69
"Brand Hitchcock," in 39 Steps to the Genius of Hitchcock, ed. James Bell. London: British Film Institute, 2012, pp. 72-77.