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Jennifer Dunn

Associate Professor of Communication Arts & Sciences

​Jennifer Dunn is an expert on media, rhetoric and popular culture. She recently edited a collection of essays on AMC’s award-winning TV show Mad Men and has also done a rhetorical analysis of The Biggest Loser and HBO's Cathouse. For her doctoral dissertation, Legal Prostitution as Sex Work: Discourses of the Moonlite Bunny Ranch, she spent several weeks observing and interviewing women who work at the Moonlite Bunny Ranch, a legal brothel in Nevada. She teaches courses on public speaking, rhetoric, film criticism, mass media, popular culture, and debate.

Expertise: 
rhetoric
popular culture
rhetorical theory and criticism
feminist media studies
qualitative research methods
Office & Location: 
Fine Arts 316
Office Phone: 
x6589