Pamela Robertson Wojcik
Professor, Film, TV and Theatre
Director of Graduate Studies, Screen Cultures
Director, Gender Studies
Degrees: BA, English, Wellesley College, 1986
MA, English Literature, University of Chicago, 1988
PhD, English Literature, University of Chicago, 1993
The Apartment Plot: Urban Living in American Film and Popular Culture, 1945 to 1975 (Duke University Press, 2010)
Guilty Pleasures: Feminist Camp from Mae West to Madonna (Duke University Press, 1996)
co-editor, Soundtrack Available: Essays on Film and Popular Music (Duke University Press, 2001)
editor, Movie Acting, The Film Reader (Routledge, 2004)
Forthcoming: New Constellations: Movie Stars of the 1960s (Rutgers University Press) as editor
“The Streisand Musical.” In The Sound of Musicals, ed. Steven Cohan. British Film Institute. 2010.
“Judy Holliday: Hungry Star.” In Star Decades: The Fifties, ed. R. Barton Palmer. Rutgers University Press.
Forthcoming article: “The Author of this Claptrap: Cornell Woolrich, Alfred Hitchcock and Rear Window.” In Hitchcock and
His Sources, ed. David Boyd and R. Barton Palmer. University of Texas Press. 2010.
Courses: Basics of Film and TV; Film Theory; Film and Popular Music; Sex and Gender in Cinema; Hitchcock; Gender and Space; Sinatra; Feminist and Gender Theory
Research interests: American film, gender, film and popular music, performance, camp, stardom, genre, space