Dr. Amanda Keeler
Assistant Professor of Digital Media/Media Studies
DGMD 2335 Introduction to Scriptwriting
DGMD 3840 Fim and Television Aesthetics
DGMD 3700 Global Television
DGMD 4850 Television Criticism
Ph.D., Indiana University (2011)
M.A., University of Chicago (2003)
B.A., Indiana University (1997)
The Diederich College of Communication curriculum helps to prepare students to evaluate media critically. At Marquette University I can work with students who seek to learn about and improve the world around them.
Society for Cinema and Media Studies
International Association For Media and History (IAMHIST)
Magic Lantern Society of the United States and Canada
“Gender, Guns, and Survival: The Women of The Walking Dead.” In Dangerous Discourses: Gender, Women, and Gun Violence. Ed. Catherine Squires. Forthcoming 2015.
Keeler, Amanda (2012). John Collier, Thomas A. Edison, and early educational uses of film. Beyond the screen: Institutions, networks and publics of early cinema (pp. 117-25). London: John Libbey Publishing Ltd.
Keeler, Amanda (2011). Mystery Science Theater’s endearing educational shorts. In R.G. Weiner and S.E. Barba (Eds.) Mystery Science Theater 3000: Essays on history, technology, film, fandom, and the culture of riffing (pp. 155-163). Jefferson: McFarland Press.
Keeler, Amanda (Fall 2010). Educational filmmaking: An interview with Thomas G. Smith. The Moving Image: The Journal of the Association of Moving Image Archivists 9:2, 124-37.
Keeler, Amanda (2010). Branding the family drama: Genre formations and critical perspectives on Gilmore Girls. Screwball television: Critical perspectives on Gilmore Girls (pp.19-35). D. S Diffrient and D. Lavery (Eds.). Syracuse: Syracuse University Press.
Keeler, Amanda (2008). Seeing the world while staying at home: Slapstick, modernity, and American-ness. In Edited by R. Abel, G. Bertellini and R. King (Eds.) Early cinema and the ‘National’ (pp. 229-235). London: John Libbey Publishing Ltd.
The Walking Deadwood? The Western and the Post-Apocalyptic Tale. (February 2015) Antenna blog.
Style and Substance in Veronica Mars. (June 2014) In Media Res blog.
Toward a Television Aesthetic (Again). (March 2014). Antenna blog.