Lynne Joyrich is Professor of Modern Culture and Media at Brown University where she teaches courses in film and television studies, gender and sexuality studies, and cultural and critical theory. She has affiliations as well with American Studies, Gender and Sexuality Studies, and Theater and Performance Studies. She is co-editor of the journal Camera Obscura and the author of Re-viewing Reception: Television, Gender, and Postmodern Culture. Her pieces on film, television, convergent media, feminist theory, and queer theory have appeared in such journals as Critical Inquiry, Cinema Journal, differences, Discourse, Journal of e-Media Studies, Journal of Visual Culture, and Transformative Works and Cultures, and such books as Inventing Film Studies; Logics of Television; Mad Men, Mad World; Modernity and Mass Culture; New Media/Old Media; Pedagogy: The Question of Impersonation; Postmodern After-Images; Private Screenings; and Queer TV. She is currently working on a book on epistemologies of gender and sexuality in US TV.
|Joyrich, Lynne American Dreams and Demons. The Black Scholar/The Black Scholar. 2018; 48 (1) : 31-42.|
|"Haphazard Archive: The Epistemological, Aesthetic, and Political Contradictions of U.S. Television,". Journal of e-Media Studies . 2015;|
"Tubular Vision: The Ins and Outs of Television Studies." .
|Camera Obscura: Feminism, Culture, and Media Studies. 2015;|
|Joyrich, L., Kavka, M., Weber, B. R. Project Reality TV: Preshow Special. Camera Obscura: Feminism, Culture, and Media Studies. 2015; 30 (1 88) : 1-9.|
|Joyrich, Lynne Queer Television Studies: Currents, Flows, and (Main)streams. Cinema Journal . 2014; 53 (2) : 133-139.|
"Media Madness: Multiple Identity (Dis)Order in Mad Men".
"From Film to Television: Journeys in Feminist Media Studies".
Gender, Theory and Culture, Nanjing University Press. 2010; (1)
|"Bringing Race and Media Technologies into Focus". Camera Obscura. 2009; (70)|
"Epistemology of the Console".
|"The Magic of Television: Thinking Through Magical Realism in Recent TV" . Transformative Works and Culture . 2009; (3)|
Lynne Joyrich, Amelie Hastie, Patricia White, and Sharon Willis
"(Re)Inventing Camera Obscura" .
"Guided by TV" .
Journal of Visual Culture. 2007; 6 (2)
"Re/Producing Cult TV: The Battlestar Galactica Issue.".
FlowTV. 2007; 7
|Joyrich, L. journal of visual culture: Guided by TV. Journal of Visual Culture. 2007; 6 (2) : 209-217.|
|Lynne Joyrich, Amelie Hastie, Patricia White, and Sharon Willis "Archiving the Past/Imagining the Future" . Camera Obscura. 2006; (61)|
|Joyrich, L. Closet Archives. Camera Obscura: Feminism, Culture, and Media Studies. 2006; 21 (3 63) : 137-143.|
|"Written on the Screen: Mediation and Immersion in Far From Heaven" . Camera Obscura. 2004; (57)|
|"Birthmarks" . differences. 2003; 14 (1)|
|"Epistemology of the Console" . Critical Inquiry. 2001; 27 (3)|
|"Feminist Enterprise? Star Trek: The Next Generation and the Occupation of Femininity". Cinema Journal . 1996; 35 (2)|
Re-viewing Reception: Television, Gender, and Postmodern Culture. .
"Give me a girl at an impressionable age and she is mine for life: Jean Brodie as Pedagogical Primer.".
Lynne Joyrich, James Castonguay, Amelie Hastie, Christopher Lane, and Kathleen Woodward
"Gloria Patri, Gender, and the Gulf War: A Conversation with Mary Kelly" .
Discourse. 1994; 17 (1)
Elvisophilia: Knowledge, Pleasure, and the Cult of Elvis.
differences. 1993; 5 (1)
"All That Television Allows: TV Melodrama, Postmodernism, and Consumer Culture." .
"Going Through the E/Motions: Gender, Postmodernism, and Affect in Television Studies".
Discourse. 1991; 14 (1)
"Tube Tied: Television, Reproductive Politics, and Moonlighting." .
"Critical and Textual Hypermasculinity" .
"Television and the Cyborg Subject(ed)".
|"All That Television Allows: TV Melodrama, Postmodernism, and Consumer Culture" . Camera Obscura. 1988; (16)|
|1981||BA||University of Michigan|
2015: Faculty Fellowship, The Cogut Center for the Humanities, Brown University.
2006-07: Faculty Fellowship as the Edwin and Shirley Seave Faculty Fellow for the seminar "The Question of Consent," The Pembroke Center for Teaching and Research on Women, Brown University.
2009: Harriet W. Sheridan Award for Distinguished Contribution to Teaching and Learning, Brown University.
2005-06: Faculty Fellowship and Seminar Leader, "Mediated Bodies/Bodies of Mediation," The Pembroke Center for Teaching and Research on Women, Brown University.
2005: Cogut Center for the Humanities Grant for the Working Group on "Perverse Spectacles: Critical Theories of Pornography and Exhibitionism," Brown University.
2001-02: Faculty Fellowship, The Pembroke Center for Teaching and Research on Women, Brown University.
2000: UTRA Grant, Brown University.
1998-99: Fellowship, The Center for Twentieth Century Studies, The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (spring, 1998-99 academic year).
1997: Participant, USIA University Affiliations Grant.
1996-97: Visiting Scholar, The Pembroke Center for Teaching and Research on Women, Brown University.
1989-90: Fellowship, The Center for Twentieth Century Studies, The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
1987-88: Brown University Curricular Development Grant.
1981: Phi Beta Kappa, The University of Michigan.
|MCM 0240 - Television Studies|
|MCM 0800L - I Don't Even Know Why They Call It Color TV: Television and Race in America|
|MCM 1505P - Channeling Race: Television and Race in America|
|MCM 2100O - Queer Theories|
|MCM 2310H - Television Realities|
|MCM 2310I - At the Limits: Media Representation of the Holocaust|