Lisa H. Henderson
Professor, Faculty Affiliate in American Studies
417 Machmer Hall
My research interests include cultural production, sexual representation, feminist media studies, and cultural studies of social class, with essays in a number of collections and such journals as Signs, Journal of Communication, GLQ, Feminist Media Studies, and Screen. In most projects, these categories combine and redefine each other while addressing questions of personal, community and institutional power and autonomy. My work also addresses questions of feeling, identification and everyday life, in the interest of studying communication practices in as deeply and broadly contextualized a way as I can, and in the spirit--when it makes sense--of optimism and social solidarity. Love and Money: Queers, Class and Cultural Production (2013) is available from NYU Press or visit http://loveandmoneybook.com.
Photo: Paul Shoul
PhD, University of Pennsylvania
Undergraduate: Introduction to Media and Culture; Media, Culture and Global Citizenship Since 9/11; Advanced Seminar in Popular Culture. Graduate: Introduction to Media Theory; The Politics of Sexual Representation; Class Cultures; Field Research in Media and Cultural Studies; (upcoming) Research in Cultural Production
"Sexual Healing," GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies,special issue on the scholarship and influence of Gayle S. Rubin, 17(1), 125-134, Spring 2011.
"Body Optimism," International Journal of Communication 4, 2010 (Feature) http://ijoc.org/ojs/index.php/ijoc/article/view/740/403
"Queer Relay," GLQ:A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies, 14(4), September 2008
"Every Queer Thing We Know" The Massachusetts Review, special queer issue edited by John Emil Vincent, 49(1/2), Spring-Summer 2008
"Queer visibility and social class," in Kevin Barnhurst (ed.) Media Queered: Visibility and its Discontents. New York: Peter Lang, 2007
"Feminism, Sexuality, Media Studies," Feminist Media Studies 1(1), Spring 2001
New projects address cultural studies of health and well-being, and the role communication and cultural participation play in thriving.