Sellin-Blanc, Jessica

Teaching Assistant-Dissertator
English

Plan: Media, Cinema and Digital Studies - PhD

Achieved Degree(s):
BA University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (2011); MA University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (2014)

Selected Publication(s):
Sellin-Blanc, Jessica, and Paul Doro. “Gender, Race, and Rage in Trump's America and Cult.” Gender, Sexuality, and Queerness in American Horror Story: Critical Essays, McFarland, 2019, pp. 113–129. ; Sellin-Blanc, Jessica. “Priming the Multiverse: Contextualizing the Kelvin Timeline Through Gene Roddenberry's Original Narrative.” The Kelvin Timeline of Star Trek: Essays on J.J. Abrams' Final Frontier, McFarland, 2019.

Interests:
Television Studies, Media Historiography, Aesthetics, Sound Studies, Genre Theory, Contemporary Horror.

Conference Presentation(s):
“SHER-locked: Unlocking Sherlock’s Post-Modern Narrative Through Technology.” Sherlock Holmes: Past and Present. London, UK, June 2013; “Bates Motel: The Uncanny House as a Localized Site of Identity.” Film and History Conference. Milwaukee, WI. October 2017; “McLuhan’s Mosaic: Westworld and the Global Village.” Midwest Interdisciplinary Graduate Conference. Milwaukee, WI. February 2017.