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Elizabeth Patton

Assistant Professor of Media and Communication Studies

Research focuses on discourses of gender, race and class in the history of television and film, representations of urbanism and suburbanism in popular culture, and the impact of communication technologies on space and place. “Get Out and the Legacy of Sundown Suburbs in Post-racial America.” New Review of Film and Television Studies, “Where Does Work Belong? Home(work) and Communication Technology Within the Middle-class American Postwar Home.” . Member of the Faculty Senate and the Faculty Engagement subcommittee of the Black Faculty Committee.

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