Visual & Media Arts Faculty

Jane Shattuc

Professor (1989)

B.A. Indiana University
M.A. University of Wisconsin, Madison
Ph.D. University of Wisconsin, Madison


Jane Shattuc

Dr. Shattuc has taught at the University of Vermont and University of Wisconsin-Madison, and was a fellow at Bonn Universität, Bonn, Germany.

Dr. Shattuc is the author of Television, Tabloids, Tears: Fassbinder and Popular Culture (University of Minnesota Press) and The Talking Cure: Television Talk Shows and Women (Routledge Press) and the editor of Hop on Pop: The Politics and Pleasures of Popular Cultures (Duke University Press) Her most recent book is The American TV Industry (co-authored with Michael Curtin, British Film Institute).

Contact

Office: Ansin 1105

Phone: 8858

E-Mail: jane_shattuc@emerson.edu

Current Courses

Sem Top: Media of Consumption (VM402)
Sem Top: Women in Film (VM402)
Sem: American Film of the 70's (VM402)
Sem: Film on the Margins (VM402)
Sem: Hitchcock (VM402)
Sem: Media Industry Studies (VM402)
Sem: Queer Film & Video (VM402)
Sem: Rock & Roll & Film & TV (VM402)
Sem: Sex on Screen (VM402)
Sem: Silent Hollywood (VM402)
Sem: Sound as Fine Art (VM402)
Sem: The Western in Film & TV (VM402)
Sem: Underst. the Whedonesque (VM402)
Sem in Media Arts Topics: Short Musical Film and Video (VM402)
Sem Top: Media Industry Studies (VM402)
Sem Top: Parody, Satire, and Irony: The Affect of Ambivalence and the Politics of Reference. (VM402)
Sem: Animation Histories: From Concept to Screen (VM402)
Sem: Animation Histories: From Concepts to Screen (VM402)
Sem: Film and Television in an Age of Anxiety (VM402)
Sem: Media Ethics and Cultural Diversity (VM402)
Sem: Media Ethics and Cultural Diversity (VM402)
Sem: Media of Consumption: From Totally Cool to Totally Wired (VM402)
Sem: Parody, Satire, and Irony: The Affect of Ambivalence and the Politics of Reference (VM402)
Sem: Popularity & Profits: TV Culture (VM402)
Sem: Queer TV After Ellen Came Out (VM402)
Sem: TV Creators: Understanding the Whedonesque (VM402)
Seminar in Media Arts Topics: American Film of the 1970's (VM402)
Seminar in Media Arts Topics: Film and Television in the Age of Anxiety (VM402)
Seminar in Media Arts Topics: Media Industry Studies (VM402)
Seminar in Media Arts Topics: Romantic and Screwball Comedy (VM402)
Seminar in Media Arts Topics: Sports, Media and Spectacle (VM402)
Seminar in Media Arts Topics: Television Genres (VM402)
Seminar in Media Arts Topics: The Films and Television of David Lynch (VM402)
Seminar in Media Arts Topics: The Films and TV of David Lynch (VM402)
Seminar in Media Arts Topics: The Romantic and Screwball Comedy (VM402)
Seminar in Visual and Media Arts Topics: Media of Consumption: From Totally Cool to Totally Wired (VM402)
Top: Live on the Sunset Strip: Media Production in Los Angeles (VM402)
Studies in Narrative and Media History (VM651)
Theories of Integrated Media (VM652)
Visual & Media Arts Associate Professor Diane Lake has written screenplays for Columbia, Disney, Miramax, Paramount, and many independent producers.