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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.

popular culture
rhetorical theory and criticism
feminist media studies
qualitative research methods
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Fine Arts 316
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