I contributed a post and video essay to a roundtable discussion of NBC’s (now sadly canceled) drama Hannibal. I discussed Hannibal, Slash Fandom, and Queer Visibility.
I spent the last two weeks of June at Scholarship in Sound & Image: A Workshop in Videographic Criticism at Middlebury College. A generous grant from the Office of Digital Humanities at the NEH made it possible for fourteen scholars to live and work together for two weeks, resulting in an experience that is among […]
At this year’s Society for Cinema and Media Studies conference in Montreal, I presented a paper on “Branding Diversity: Corporate Visions of Queerness in Cable Television” as part of a panel on Incorporating Queerness, which also featured talks by Ron Becker, Julia Himberg, and Taylor Cole Miller. I also chaired a panel on The Transmedia […]