Jennifer S. Clark

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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