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Stefania Marghitu holds her PhD from the University of Southern California’s School of Cinematic Arts Division of Cinema and Media Studies, with a minor from The Annenberg School of Communication and Journalism. Her primary interests deal with critical and cultural studies of television, modes of authorship, youth cultures, intersectional feminism, digital media activism, and production cultures.

Her forthcoming book, Teen Television (Routledge), will be released in May 2021. Teen TV is available for pre-order, or to request a review copy, here. You can also find her work published in journals such as Feminist Media StudiesCommunication, Culture and Critique, Spectator, and the edited collection ReFocus on Amy Heckerling (Edinburgh University Press). Her full CV with a complete list of her publications, including works in progress, can be accessed here.

She is currently a visiting lecturer at Pitzer College and Chapman University, where she teaches Media Studies and Film Aesthetics. She has previously taught introductory and upper level  courses on film, television, and digital media history, aesthetics, and theory at California State University Northridge and Columbia College Hollywood. As a doctoral student at USC, she was a Teaching Assistant for Introduction to Film and Introduction to Television, and Lead Teaching Assistant for Introduction to Television and International Cinema After World War II.

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I received my MA in Film Studies from University College London in 2012. I graduated from Indiana University in 2010 with a major in Art History, minor in Slavic Languages and Literatures – Romanian, and with a Certificate from the Ernie Pyle School of Journalism. I was a staff writer or editor for the Indiana Daily Student for most of my time at IU. Right after college, I worked as a publicist for a group of indie rock record labels. I was born in Bucharest, Romania a mere year before the fall of Communism and moved to the US at the age of five. I spent my grade school years in Auburn, Alabama, a college town that lives and breathes football in the style of Friday Night Lights.
For media inquiries, e-mail me.

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