Suzanne Leonard

Suzanne Leonard is associate professor of English at Simmons University in Boston. She has written extensively on the topics of marriage and adultery in American popular culture and is the author of two books, Wife, Inc.: The Business of Marriage in the Twenty-First Century and Fatal Attraction (Wiley-Blackwell Studies in Film and Television). She is also the co-editor of Fifty Hollywood Directors.


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Fealty, Fortune, and the Wives of #MeToo

Suzanne Leonard looks at how “House of Cards”’s last season frames our conflicting cultural expectations that surround the figure of the political wife....

Fealty, Fortune, and the Wives of #MeToo
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