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Aviva Dove-Viebahn
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Ex officio member, Board of Directors

 

Aviva Dove-ViebahnBiography: Aviva Dove-Viebahn is an Honors Faculty Fellow in The Barrett Honors College at Arizona State University. She is also the Website Content Manager for SCMS and an ex-officio member of the Board of Directors. Previously, she was an Adjunct Professor of Film Studies and Women's Studies at the University of Northern Colorado; she also freelances for Ms. Magazine.

Contact:
Barrett, The Honors College
Arizona State University
PO Box 871612
Tempe, AZ 85287

E-mail: scms_web@yahoo.com

 


Degree(s):


Ph.D., Visual and Cultural Studies, University of Rochester

M.A., Art History, University of Virginia

B.A., Theater and Biochemistry, Mary Baldwin College


Teaching and Research Interests: Film and Television Studies; Visual Culture and Rhetoric; Feminist and Queer Theory; New Media, Art and Culture


Selected Academic Publications:

"Through Space, Over a Cliff and Into a Trench: The Shifting Feminist Ideologies of Alien, Thelma and Louise, and G.I. Jane," in Scholarly Scott: The Culture and Philosophy of Ridley Scott, 203-218, edited by Adam Barkman, Ashley Barkman, and Nancy Kang (New York: Lexington Books, 2013).

"Mourning Becomes the Mad Men: Notes on Nostalgia,” Invisible Culture, Issue 17: "‘Where Do You Want Me to Start?’ Producing History through Mad Men,” (May 2012).

"Seeing is Believing: CSI, Serial Mortality and the Discourse of True Vision,” Concentric: Literary and Cultural Studies 38.1 (March 2012): 125-144.

"Embodying Hybridity, (En)gendering Community: Captain Janeway and the Enactment of a Feminist Heterotopia on Star Trek: Voyager,” Women's Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal 36.8 (December 2007): 597-618.


Selected Popular Publications:

"Living History: Two recent documentaries by women filmmakers illuminate icons Angela Davis and Alice Walker,” Ms. Magazine (print edition, Summer 2013): 42-45.

"‘Gay Girl in Damascus’: The Truly Despicable Part of the Whole Scandal,” The New Republic (online edition, 06/18/11)

"The ‘Art’ of Exploiting Cambodian Sex Workers,” Ms. Magazine (online edition, 04/18/11)

"Pop’s Diva Daughter as Primal Mother,” Ms. Magazine(online edition, 03/03/11)

"Sex, Lies and Ballet,” Ms. Magazine (online edition, 11/30/10)

"Feminism in a Mad World: Mad Men’s women remind us how far we’ve come, and how far we have to go,” Ms. Magazine (print edition, Summer 2010): 32-35.


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