Originally from Sacramento, California, but matriculating to OU from Philadelphia, PA.
B.A. in English Literature from the West Chester University of Pennsylvania
In How to Read a Film, James Monaco remarked on the extraordinary narrative potential of television, predominantly serialized television. We are living in the "Golden Age of Television," and given the near-cinematic quality of most of everything we all see on T.V. every day and night, television seems to be a medium ripe for scholarly and critical attention and study. Specific interests include the British miniseries, adaptations in particular, and almost any serialized American show that ran for at least five seasons.