Hollis Griffin

Hollis Griffin is associate professor of Communication at Denison University, where he teaches and conducts research on the politics of media culture, especially as they relate to gender and sexuality. He has published research in a variety of journals and is the author of Feeling Normal: Sexuality and Media Criticism in the Digital Age (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2017).


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

Let Me Take a Selfie: Possibility, Performativity, and Politics in Alicia Eler’s “The Selfie Generation”
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