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David L. Gould

The University of Iowa
The Interdepartmental Studies Program
219 McBride Hall
Iowa City, Iowa 52242
Office phone: 319.384.3529
E-mail: david-gould@uiowa.edu

Education

The University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA 52242
M.A. Leisure Studies, 1992
Coursework toward Doctoral degree in Culture Studies of Sport and Leisure
 
Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, IL 60115
B.A. Studio Art, 1982

Experience

University of Iowa
Iowa City, IA 52245

Division of Interdisciplinary Programs/Leisure Studies
August 2006 – present
Position: Lecturer/ Perspectives on Leisure and Play

Interdepartmental Studies Program
August 2006 – present
Position: Academic Coordinator

Division of Interdisciplinary Programs
November 2004 – July 2006
Position: Program Associate

Division of Interdisciplinary Programs/Leisure Studies
January 2003 – July 2006
Position: Adjunct Instructor/Perspectives on Leisure and Play

Division of Interdisciplinary Programs/Literature, Science, and the Arts
August 2004 – present
Position: Adjunct Instructor/Literature, Music, and Aesthetics: The World of the Beatles

Department of Sociology
August 2001 – December 2001
Position: Adjunct Lecturer/The American Family

Department of Health, Leisure and Physical Studies
August 1997 – May 1998
Position: Instructor/Recreation, Leadership and Programming

August 1994 – May 1997
Position: Teaching Assistant/Leisure and the Liberal Arts

August 1995 – May 1996
Position: Research Assistant

June 1994 – August 1994
Position: Teaching Assistant/Leisure and the Liberal Arts

June 1990 – August 1990
Position: Teaching Assistant/Humanistic Perspectives on Leisure and Play

August 1989 – August 1990
Position: Teaching Assistant/Humanistic Perspectives of Leisure and Play

Shadow Bird Productions, Inc.
Iowa City, IA 52245
January 1997 – present
Position: President/Producer

Productions

Feature Film

Diane’s Room (pre-production)

Film based on the life story of Dan Gable.
Producer: David Gould

Documentaries

Honor Crimes (Untitled; pre-production)

Film based on Hatun Surucu’s murder.
Producer: David Gould

The Checker King (2001)

Freestyle: The Victories of Dan Gable (1999)

Healthy Living: Road to Wellness Telecourse (The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.)

Videotapes:

The Changing American Family: Decline or Transition? 1996
The Neglected Generation, 1996
The Search for Meaning, 1997

Books:

Hanawalt-Squires, C., Teague, M., Rosenthal, D., & Gould, D. (1997) Student teleguide: A structured approach to accompany healthy living: Road to wellness. McGraw-Hill: Dubuque, IA

Hanawalt-Squires, C., Teague, M., Rosenthal, D., & Gould, D. (1997) Instructors' manual to student teleguide: A structured approach to accompany healthy living: Road to wellness. McGraw-Hill: Dubuque, IA

Educational Art History Video Production

Edward Hopper... Understanding His Art, 1987, Museum of Art, University of Iowa.

Film Festivals

The Checker King
Athens International Film Festival,
2001 DOCtober, 2001

Publications

Newsletter
Shift: Toward Better Families, Communities, and Jobs

Publisher and editor of quarterly newsletter August 1996 - March 1998. Advisors: Juliet Schor (Harvard University), Arlie Hochschild (University of California - Berkeley), Benjamin Hunnicutt (University of Iowa).

Presentations

Leisure and Successful Aging: Is there a Connection? to the Western Illinois Area Agency on Aging, Annual Conference, Journey to Understanding, September 25, 2003 

Projects

The IdaCordelia Beam Distinguished Visiting Professorships Program
Juliet Schor:  The Commercialization of Childhood: How Marketers Are Remaking Kids' Lives, October 26 - 29, 2004, University of Iowa.

National Conference
Our Time Famine: A Critical Look at the Culture of Work and a Re-evaluation of ‘Free’ Time, May 8 - 10, 1996, University of Iowa
Outlined conference agenda. Made all contacts and arrangements with speakers. Generated mailing list, designed brochure and assisted with publicity. Wrote for and received an Iowa Humanities Grant. Conference speakers included: Betty Friedan, John Kenneth Galbraith, Eugene McCarthy, Arlie Hochschild, Jennifer Glass, Jeremy Rifkin and Juliet Schor.

State-wide Program
A Celebration of Nile Kinnick and the Ironmen, October 22, 1992, Iowa City/Johnson County Senior Center
Organized the festivities, arranged speakers, curated the exhibit of sports memorabilia, handled publicity and public relations. In addition, spoke about Nile Kinnick on the radio and at community service club meetings.

Awards

The Changing American Family: Decline or Transition? videotape
1997       Silver CINDY Award
1997       1st Place Telly Award
1996       The Communicator Awards – Crystal Award of Excellence, 1st Place
1996       Finalist, Iowa Motion Picture Awards

The Search for Meaning videotape
1999       Regional Emmy Award for Outstanding Achievement, Religious Category
1997       CINE Golden Eagle Award

Student’s Choice Award for Faculty Excellence, Undergraduate Leadership Council, 2005 nominee

Publications

Newsletter

Shift: Toward Better Families, Communities, and Jobs

Publisher and editor of quarterly newsletter August 1996 – March 1998. Advisors: Juliet Schor (Harvard University), Arlie Hochschild (University of California – Berkeley), Benjamin Hunnicutt (University of Iowa).

Service Organizations

Iowa City/Johnson County Senior Center Commission Member
January 2006 – present

Film Organizations

International Documentary Association

Research Interest

Work and family issues, leisure, successful aging and social reflection