Justin Rawlins, PhD
“Off the Grid but on the Radar: The Real and Ordinary in Alaskan TV Celebrity.” Celebrity Studies. 9.4 (2018): 426-441.
Rawlins, Justin. “Introduction: TV and Performance.” Journal of Film and Video 68.3-4 (2016): n. pag. Print.
Rawlins, Justin. “Over His Dead Body: Hedda Hopper and the Story of James Dean.” The Velvet Light Trap 71.1 (2013): 27–41. Print.
RawlinsJ. This is(n’t) John Wayne: The Miscasting and Performance of Whiteness in The Conquerer. Vol. 27, Quarterly Review of Film and Video, 2010, pp. 14-26.
RawlinsJ. “Historical Lessons in Hysterical Tragedy: John Garfield, Reception, and Re-Conceptualizing Method Acting.”.
Rawlins, Justin. “Your Guide to the Girls: Gilmore-Isms, Cultural Capital, and a Different Kind of Quality TV.” Screwball Television: Critical Perspectives on Gilmore Girls. Ed. David Scott Diffrient and David Lavery. Syracuse University Press, 2010. 35–56. Print.
RawlinsJ. “‘‘Tell Them We Are Gone’: Imperial Narratives, Indigenous Perspectives, and Serial Prestige in AMC’s The Terror.’”. Contemporary American Prestige Television: Cultural and Artistic Value in the Multiplatform Era.
“The Authentically Bruised Cruise: Tom Cruise, Mission Impossible, and the intimacy of extreme performative labor.” Starring Tom Cruise. Sean Redmond, ed. Book under contract with Wayne State University Press. In progress.
RawlinsJ. “Performing Proximity to Fame in RU Talkin’ R.E.M. RE: Me?”. In Media Res, 2019.
RawlinsJ. “What’s in a Frame? Paratexts, Performance, and Joaquin Phoenix in Joker. Flow: A Critical Forum on Media and Culture, 2019.
“Tulsa’s Inaugural Home Movie Fest: Seeing Ourselves as Others See Us.” Oklahoma Center for the Humanities Blog Mar. 2018.
“Home and Homelands in Television’s Last Frontier.” Oklahoma Center for the Humanities Blog 27 Oct. 2017.
RawlinsJ. Method Men: Reception and Revision in American Performance.
RawlinsJ. Review of Almost Hollywood, Nearly New Orleans: The Lure of the Local Film Economy, by Vicki Mayer. Vol. 6, Media Industries, 2019.
RawlinsJ. Afflicted Agents, Contested Spaces: Performance, Disability, and Female Protagonism in Homeland and The Bridge. In Media Res, 2014.
Rawlins, Justin, and Zenia Kish. “‘Telling Stories Is the Most Powerful Thing’: Kony 2012 and Narrative [Dis]Unity.” In Media Res (2012): n. pag. Print.
Rawlins, Justin. “What Kind of ‘South’ Rises from the (Walking) Dead?” In Media Res (2012): n. pag. Print.
- Senior Project
- Special Topics
- Special Topics in Women's and Gender Studies I
- Mediated Meaning: Celebrity, Tourism And Style
- Independent Study
- Film Theory and Criticism
- Independent Readings
- Media, Culture and Power
- Media Production and Criticism
- American Studies Association
- Society for Cinema and Media Studies
Awards & Honors
- Most Valuable Professor