Performing and Fine Arts
Office Location: AC-1B10
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
Areas of Expertise
- Rhetorical Criticism
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.