B.A., Wells College
Areas of Expertise
- American popular culture, especially gender/sexuality in popular culture
- Twentieth-century American comedy and humor
- Media studies/Television studies
Courses Currently Teaching
|AM135A A||New York City: Global Crossroads|
|AM171 A||Introduction to American Studies|
|AM243 A||Introduction to Television Studies: The L Word|
|AM493A A||Seminar: Neoliberal America|
|IS135 A||New York: Modern Global City|
“L is for Looking: Art and Representation on The L Word,” in Feminist Media Studies (December 2010).
Revised version reprinted in Dana Heller, ed. Loving the L Word (2013).
“Shall We Dance? Gender and Class Conflict in Astaire-Rogers Dance Musicals,” in Women’s Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal (Sept. 2008).
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