Lauren Herold is a PhD Candidate in the Screen Cultures program of the Radio/TV/Film department at Northwestern University where she studies television history, media activism, independent production, and queer and feminist theory. Her dissertation analyzes the history of LGBTQ public access cable television. She previously published the article "Televisual Emotional Pedagogy: AIDS, Affect, and Activism on Vito Russo's Our Time" in Television & New Media. For more information about her research, teaching, and service work, visit her website https://www.lcherold.com/.
"Visible: Out on Television": an LGBTQ TV Roundtable
A group of TV scholars consider Apple TV+'s new docuseries, "Visible: Out on Television," and the narratives of history and visibility it tells....