In spring 2023, I’ll be Faculty in Residence at Emerson Los Angeles.
In spring 2022, I’ll be a U.S. Fulbright Scholar in the Department of American Studies at the University of Innsbruck, Austria.
My edited collection After “Happily Ever After”: Romantic Comedy in the Post-Romantic Age will be published in Spring 2021 by Wayne State University Press.
My new book Provocauteurs and Provocations: Screening Sex in 21st Century Media will be published in February 2021 by Indiana University Press.
I participated in “Visible: Out on Television”: an LGBTQ TV Roundtable for Los Angeles Review of Books.
I guest edited a special issue of New Review of Film and Television Studies on “Radical Romantic Comedy,” also my first issue as the journal’s third and newest Editor.
I received a Tourneés Film Festival Grant that funded a French Transnational Film Festival, that took place Feb. 5-March 25, 2020 at Goucher College.
The collection The Age of Netflix (McFarland, 2017), in which my essay on Orange Is the New Black appears, has been reprinted in Korea.
I reported on the 45th Telluride Film Festival for Senses of Cinema.
I was an invited plenary panelist at the British Academy-sponsored series “Imagining ‘We’ in the Age of ‘I’: Romance and Social Bonding in Contemporary Culture” at the University of Warwick, U.K., September 28-29, 2018.
I contributed to the Los Angeles Review of Books‘ symposium on the sixth and final season of HBO series Girls.
The Itinerant Cinephile was quoted about Il Cinema Ritrovatro’s Casablanca screening on Fandor’s Keyframe Daily blog.
An excerpt from The B Word is featured on the In the Life LGBT Research Portal of the UCLA Film & Television Archive website.
I was quoted about Under the Skin in the Film Comment 2014 Readers’ Poll.
I’ve written an Indiana University Press blog post about bisexuality in Baz Luhrman’s The Great Gatsby (2013).
I commented on bisexual celebrities in The Advocate.
I am quoted in a story on bisexual women in television on Autostraddle.com.