Lauren Herold is a Visiting Assistant Professor of Critical Identity Studies at Beloit College. Her work explores community media, television history, and feminist and LGBTQ cultural production. Herold’s dissertation considers 1970s-1990s public access TV programming made by and for LGBTQ people as a televisual archive that offers insight into the structures of feeling circulating in queer communities. She holds a PhD in Screen Cultures from Northwestern University. For more information about her 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....
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