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Sandra M. Falero

Curriculum Vitae

sandramfalero .at. gmail.com                                                    sfalero .at. fullerton.edu

EDUCATION

  • Ph.D. in Cultural Studies Claremont Graduate University, Claremont, California, 2011
Dissertation: Everyone’s a Critic: Television Without Pity.com and the Dynamics of Audience Agency
  • M.A. in American Studies, California State University, Fullerton, 2001
  • B.A. in History, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, 1999

PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS

  • 2005-Present California State University, Fullerton, American Studies Department, Adjunct Faculty

TEACHING AND RESEARCH AREAS

  • Theory and Methods of American Studies
  • Cultural Studies
  • Audience Studies
  • Popular Culture Studies
  • Television Studies
  • Ethnographic Research & Writing
  • Digital Media and the Web
  • California History and Culture
  • U.S. Women’s History
  • Critical Race Theories
  • U.S. Social Movements

PUBLICATIONS

  • Digital Participatory Culture and the TV Audience: Everyone’s a Critic, Palgrave-Macmillan, July 2016.

  • “Fanzines,” Material Culture in America: Understanding Everyday Life,Helen Sheumaker and Shirley Teresa Wajda, Editors. ABC-CLIO, Publishers.Published November 2007.

  • “Popular Culture,” Material Culture in America: Understanding Everyday Life, Helen Sheumaker and Shirley Teresa Wajda, Editors. ABC-CLIO, Publishers.Published November 2007.

  • “Television & Radio Commercials,” Material Culture in America: Understanding Everyday Life, Helen Sheumaker and Shirley Teresa Wajda, Editors. ABC-CLIO, Publishers. Published November 2007.

  • “Mything in Action: Re-envisioning Male Myth/History in the Xenaverse” Journal of the American Papers, Spring 2002: 50-60.

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • Session Chair/Commenter, “The Year of the Woman: A Shifting Tide of Women’s Activism in the 1990s” Panel.

Western Association of Women Historians Annual Conference

April 28, 2018

  • “Permanent Hiatus: The Life and Death of Television Without Pity”

Popular Culture Association Annual Conference

Seattle, Washington, March 2016

  • “Who Is In Charge Here? Television Without Pity and Notions of Authorship in the Digital Age”

Popular Culture Association Annual Conference

Washington D.C., March 2013

  • Session Chair, “Remembering Ghostly Histories: Franklin Students Explore the Re-Presentation of the Houghton Mansion Tragedies”

Ghostly Matters in American Studies, American Studies Graduate Student Conference,

Fullerton, CA March 2006

  • “Televisionwithoutpity.com and Online Agency”

Claremont Graduate University Cultural Studies Conference

Claremont, CA, December 2002.

  • “Mything in Action: Re-envisioning Male Myth/History in the Xenaverse”

California American Studies Association (CASA) Conference

Riverside, CA, May 2002.

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

  • Prospectus Review for the manuscript Popular Culture: Key Questions by Stacy Takacs, Media and Cultural Studies Editor, Routledge, New York, NY

March 2012.

RELATED PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

  • Academic Coordinator, CSU Fullerton Ronald E. McNair Scholars Program California State University, Fullerton, CA

2005-2006

Advised students preparing to enter graduate programs on academic progress, original research projects, graduate school applications, and career goals.

  • Library Assistant, Corona Public Library Local History Room Heritage Room, Corona, California

2003- 2005

Managed a digital photograph archive project under a grant from the California State Library, archived historical documents and photos, and lead hour-long seminars on historical themes and subjects for patrons.

  • Educational Technology Assistant, College of Human Development and Community Service California State University, Fullerton, CA

2001-2002

Assisted on several grant projects as well as the development and

implementation of new courses and online programs in the Department of Nursing.

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS:

  • American Historical Association
  • American Studies Association
  • Popular Culture Association
  • Society for Cinema and Media Studies

REFERENCES

Available upon request