DEPARTMENT OF VISUAL & MEDIA ARTS
B.A. Indiana University
M.A. University of Wisconsin, Madison
Ph.D. University of Wisconsin, Madison
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).
Theories of Integrated Media (VM652)
Media Criticism and Theory (VM200)
Studies in Narrative and Media History (VM651)
Sem: Global Television (VM402)
Sem: HBO's The Wire: Contemporary Television, Storytelling, and Race (VM402)
Sem: International TV (VM402)
Sem: Popularity & Profits: TV Culture (VM402)
Seminar in Media Arts Topics: Profit and Popularity: The Ideas Behind Making TV (VM402)
Top: Television Culture-Profit and Popularity:The Ideas Behind Making TV (VM400)
Top: Television Culture (VM400)