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Theresa L. Geller
Theresa (Terri) Geller teaches courses in film and media studies, literary and critical theory, and feminist and queer studies. Her research interests include film history, continental philosophy, queer theory, film genre, cultural studies, and feminist film theory. Professor Geller joined the Grinnell faculty as its first film specialist through the Expanding Knowledge Initiative (EKI), which was implemented to further enhance interdisciplinary learning. She has published in such top-tier journals as Senses of Cinema, Rhizomes,and Biography, and has chapters in the scholarly anthologies Gender After Lyotard (SUNY Press) and East Asian Cinemas: Exploring Transnational Connections on Film (Taurus World Cinema). Her book on The X-Files for TV Milestones is forthcoming (Wayne State University Press), and she is currently co-editing, An Indelible Mark: Women and the Work of Todd Haynes. She has work forthcoming in Camera Obscura: Feminism, Culture, and Media Studies, and the chapter, "Trans/Affect, Monstrous Masculinities, and the Sublime Art of Lady Gaga," included in the edited collection, Lady Gaga and Popular Music: Performing Gender, Fashion, and Culture (Routledge Studies in Popular Music).