Gieseler, Carly

Curriculum Vitae

Assistant Professor
Performing and Fine Arts

Phone: 718-262-2248
Office Location: AC-1B10
CGieseler@york.cuny.edu

Office Hours  
Tuesday  12-2 

Education

Degree Institution Field Dates
PhD  University of South Florida  Communication  2012 
MA  Hawaii Pacific University  Communication  2006 
BA  Rutgers University  Journalism and Mass Media  2001 
Carly Gieseler studies rhetoric and its implications for gender, media, and cultural studies. She earned her M.A. in Communication from Hawaii Pacific University and her B.A. in Journalism and Mass Media from Rutgers University; she earned her Ph.D. at the University of South Florida. Her doctoral dissertation, "Performances of Sexuality and Gender in Extreme Sports Culture", focuses on the intersection of gendered representation and marginalized performances in the cultural phenomenon of extreme sports. She has taught public speaking, intro to mass media, persuasion, and women and communication.

Areas of Expertise

Rhetorical Criticism
Gender Studies
Performance Theory

Books in Field Of Expertise

Carly Gieseler. Killing the Vamp: Analyzing the Silent Film Vamp as Gendered 'Other' and Embodiment of the Psychoanalytic Death Drive. Germany: VDM Verlag, 2007. .

Articles in Field Of Expertise

Carly Gieseler. "Derby Drag: Parodying Sexualities in the Sport of Roller Derby." Sexualities. 17(5/6) 2014: 758-776.

Carly Gieseler. ""Burke and the End of Days: The Impious Power of Apocalyptic Symbolism as Commentary on Cultural and Social Destabilization”." The Forensic. 95 Summer 2012: .

Chapters in Field Of Expertise

Carly Gieseler. "Sturgis 2.0: Crafting a Filmic-Web Dialogue." In P. Vannini (Ed.), Popularizing research: Engaging new genres, media, and audiences. 2012: pp. 25-30.

Presented Papers, Lectures, and Exhibitions and Performances

" Feeding the Masses: Connections of Class and Gender in the Celebrity Chef Era " 2013: National Communication Association Convention, Critical and Cultural Studies Division.

" Connections Through Parody: Re-Imagining Sport and Gender through Roller Derby Drag " 2013: National Communication Association Convention, Scholar to Scholar: Bodies and Embodied Communication.

" Burke and the End of Days: The Impious Power of Apocalyptic Symbolism as Commentary on Cultural and Social Destabilization. " 2010: National Communication Association Convention, Kenneth Burke Society.

" Exploring the Vampire Queen as a Site of Underlying Violence. " 2010: Southern States Communication Association Convention, Popular Communication Division.

" They Only Come out at Night: Contemporary Sideshows and Grotesque Bodies of Change. " 2009: National Communication Association Convention.

" Reflexivity of Desire: The Social Construction of Addiction Discourse. " 2009: National Communication Association Convention, Social Construction Division.

" The Unending Quest for the Organizational Real: Lacanian Implications for Employee Socialization (Co-authored with Dr. Andrew Herrmann)." " 2009: National Communication Association Convention, Organizational Communication Division.

" The Permanence and Change of Representation: Burke and the Ultimate Act of Death. " 2009: National Communication Association Convention, Kenneth Burke Society.

" At the Heart of Violence: Villification and Transformative Evil in Holocaust Cinema. " 2009: Central States Communication Association Convention, Top Competitive Papers Division of Graduate Students Caucus.

" Packin’ Heat With Beatrix and Kill Bill: The Violent Film Female as Site of Empowerment and Compliance. " 2008: Southern States Communication Association Convention.

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Gieseler, Carly
Assistant Professor
Performing and Fine Arts