Jennifer S. Clark
Martino Hall, Room 712
PhD Critical Studies, Cinema - Television, University of Southern California
Prof. Clark is interested in television production cultures, television history, gender studies, female stardom and celebrity, and representations of masculinity and emotion.
“From Stripping on Broadway to Knitting on TV: Gypsy RoseLee’s Adaptable Labors” Feminist MediaHistories (forthcoming October 2016).
“What Happens When WeWatch What Happens Live?, or The Aftershow as Critical Mediation In Media Res (April 25, 2016)
“Queenfor a Day: Representation, Materiality, and Gender in Elizabeth II’s TelevisedCoronation” Journal of e-Media Studies4.1 (2015).
"Post Feminist Masculinity and the Complex Politics of Time:Contemporary Quality Television Imagines a Pre-Feminist World," NewReview of Film and Television Studies, Vol. 12, Issue 4, December2014
“Liberating Bi-Centennial America: Imagining the Nation through TVSuperwomen of the Seventies” in Television & New Media (September2009): 434-454.
“Producing Television,” Spectator, Spring 2008 28:1 (editor)
Writing Lives, Reading Communities, Pearson/McGraw-Hill, 2000(co-edited with Kay Halasek et. al.)
- Understanding Film
- Understanding Television
- Film Stardom
- Film Theory and Criticism
- Fashion and Costuming in Film
- Fashioning Britain
- British Heritage Cinema
- Film and Gender
- Theories of Media, Culture, and Society
- Film Aesthetics and Economics