Danica Cullinan produces documentaries and educational media for the Language & Life Project (LLP) at NC State. She produced Spanish Voices (with Walt Wolfram, 2011), Cedars in the Pines (with Akram Khater, 2012), First Language- the race to save Cherokee (with Neal Hutcheson, 2014), Talking Black in America (with Neal Hutcheson, 2017), and Signing Black in America (with Neal Hutcheson, 2020). Additional outreach work for the LLP includes producing shorter educational vignettes about language diversity and coordinating educational exhibits such as the LLP’s exhibit at the NC State Fair. Cullinan previously worked as an archivist and video editor for the Special Collections Research Center at NCSU Libraries as well as a video editor for several other departments at NC State.
B.A. Anthropology University of North Carolina at Greensboro 2002
B.A. Spanish University of North Carolina at Greensboro 2002
M.A. English North Carolina State University 2008
M.S. Library Science University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 2010