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  Jennifer K. Stuller
 
Professional/Personal Overview
  Jennifer K. Stuller is a Seattle-based writer and scholar, specializing in gender and sexuality. Author, editor, feminist media critic, pop culture historian, and public speaker, Ms. Stuller has contributed to a variety of publications, from acclaimed blogs such as MSN, Geek Girl on the Street, FilmCatcher, and the Geek Girls Network, to local and national periodicals such as Bitch Media, Geek Monthly, and California/Washington CEO. Subject matter ranges from architecture & design to feminist issues, lifestyle trends, to travel, history, and popular culture. Often involving short turnaround times while relying upon detailed research, organization, multi-tasking, networking/communication skills, and subject flexibility. Additional demonstrated discipline and ability to independently complete long-term projects. Available for speaking engagements, college lectures, media interviews, conferences or other education efforts for your school, business or professional organizations.
Work Info
 
Expertise
Book Author 7 Years
Editor 10 Years
Writer 10 Years
Specialty
Arts & Humanities 10 Years
Entertainment 10 Years
Women's Issues 10 Years
Total Media Industry Experience
10 Years
Media Client List (# assignments last 2 yrs)
Geek Girl on the Street (6-10), Bitch Media (3-5), Intellect Ltd Publishing (1-2)
Other Work History
Co-Founder and Programming Director, GeekGirlCon
Humanities Washington Speaker's Bureau
Computer Skills
Proficient in Windows and Mac OS X platforms, with experience in Microsoft Office, iWork, and Adobe CS-based workflows.
Equipment
Leica Digital Camera, Laptop, Digital Audio Recorder
Awards
Amelia Bloomer Project List of Recommended Titles for 2011
Mary Gates Scholar, University of Washington
Associations
Whedon Studies Association
Humanities Washington Speaker's Bureau
GeekGirlCon
Other
Professional writer, critic, scholar, pop culture historian, public speaker, and author.

Speaks in the United States and internationally, and is on the roster for Humanities Washington’s 2012-2014 Speaker’s Bureau.

Provides expert opinion and interviews for radio, documentaries and newspapers. Member of the Whedon Studies Association, and a co-founder of, and Programming Director for, GeekGirlCon – an organization dedicated to the recognition and support of women in pop culture industries and STEM professions.

A regular contributor to national publications & organizations, including Bitch Media.

Contributed to anthologies such as Gotham City 14 Miles: 14 Essays on Why the 1960s Batman TV Series Matters and edited Fan Phenomena and Buffy the Vampire Slayer.

Co-facilitated a credited course using Buffy the Vampire Slayer to explore issues of human nature, as well as a survey course on the history of comics.

Freelancer Availability
I freelance full-time. I live near Seattle-Tacoma, WA. I am willing to travel anywhere. I have a driver's license.
Work Samples
 
Public Speaking  
(Humanities Washington)
This conversation will examine women's representations in media and women's roles as media makers, inspiring us to think deeper about popular culture, media, gender images and storytelling.
(Comic Arts Conference)
Articles  
(Bitch Magazine)
A celebration of Sex-ed, Boggle, and Ren-fair feminism, a Femme Farewell to King of the Hill's strongest Texan, Peggy Hill. Ho yeah!
(Geek Monthly)
The most sensational, inspirational, celebrational, Muppetational Jim Henson exhibition is touring the country. Jennifer K. Stuller reports on its stop in Seattle.
Books  
(I.B. Tauris)
Comprehensive, engaging and thought-provoking guide to female detectives, meta-humans and action heroines, as well as their creators, directors, performers, and consumers.
Nonprofit  
(GeekGirlCon)
Programming planning and execution of annual convention. Involves networking, pursuit of talent, guests, panelists, sessions, presentations, signings, and workshops that represent and promote popular media/culture, sciences, engineering. Responsible for building and maintaining community partnership