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Roberta Seret-Bayer

Roberta Seret-Bayer

Adjunct Instructor

Seeing is believing and foreign films give us the experience of traveling beyond borders. Roberta Seret-Bayer encourages students of all ages to ask questions, open their minds to the unknown, and go beyond the limits to learn through the power of film. Roberta Seret is the director of Advanced English and Film for the Hospitality Committee at the United Nations and Founder of the NGO at the United Nations, International Cinema Education. She has created a global classroom for students of all ages at the United Nations and now at New York University. She is the author of the book, World Affairs in Foreign Filmsand is also the creator of a new visual-literary pedagogy in short video formats, FILMeds©, that she has created with a 5-year Ford Foundation grant. Roberta Seret-Bayer has a Ph.D. in Comparative Literature and M.A. in French from New York University GSAS.

Currently Teaching

Global Hotspots Through Foreign Film: Stay-at-Home Edition

Watch powerful foreign films that serve as catalysts for online discussions about present-day issues in the associated geopolitical regions.