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Jeffrey A. Brown

Professor
Bowling Green State University

Jeffrey A. Brown is a Professor in the School of Critical and Cultural Studies. Brown is the author of numerous academic articles about gender, ethnicity and sexuality in contemporary media, as well as four books: Black Superheroes: Milestone Comics and Their Fans (2000), Dangerous Curves: Gender, Fetishism and the Modern Action Heroine (2011), Beyond Bombshells: The New Action Heroine in Popular Culture (2015), and The Modern Superhero in Film and Television (2016).

Biography

Jeffrey A. Brown received his PhD in Anthropology from the University of Toronto in 1996. He is a Professor in the Department of Popular Culture and the School of Critical and Cultural Studies at Bowling Green State University. Brown is the author of over 30 academic articles about gender, ethnicity and sexuality in contemporary media, as well as four books: Black Superheroes: Milestone Comics and Their Fans (2000), Dangerous Curves: Gender, Fetishism and the Modern Action Heroine (2011), Beyond Bombshells: The New Action Heroine in Popular Culture
(2015), and The Modern Superhero in Film and Television (2016).

Areas of Research / Professional Expertise

    Popular Culture, Gender, Feminism, Film, Comic Books, Ethnicity, Media Studies, Ethnography,Genre Theory

Books

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 Featured Title - The Modern Superhero in Film and Television; Brown - 1st Edition book cover