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Marsha F. Cassidy teaches Media Studies in the Department of English and in the Honors College at the University of Illinois at Chicago. She is the author of What Women Watched: Daytime Television in the 1950s (University of Texas Press, 2005) and, most recently, "Touch, Taste, Breath: Synaesthesia, Sense Memory, and the Selling of Cigarettes on Television, 1948-1971," which appears in Convergence Media History, edited by Janet Staiger and Sabine Hake (Routledge, 2009).

Ted Hovet is Professor of English and Film Studies at Western Kentucky University. His most recent publications are on early cinema and on nineteenth-century moving panoramas. He is the chair of the SCMS Teaching Committee.

Elizabeth A. Lathrop teaches Film Studies at Georgia Perimeter College and serves on the Teaching Committee of SCMS.

Jon Lewis is Professor of English at Oregon State University. His publications include American Film: A History (Norton, 2007) and Looking Past the Screen: Case Studies in American Film History and Method (Duke University Press, 2007).

John McCullough is Associate Professor of Cinema and Media Studies in the Department of Film at York University, Toronto. His research on North American [End Page 95] film and television—focusing on issues of labor, space, and representations of class and racial relations in the context of "global Hollywood"—is included in Locating Migrating Media, edited by Greg Elmer, Charles H. Davis, Janine Marchessault, and Mc-Cullough (Lexington Books, 2010).

Frank P. Tomasulo teaches undergraduate film courses at City College of New York and graduate seminars at National University. He received the University Film and Video Association's Teaching Award (2009) and the Georgia State University Outstanding Teacher Award (1998). Tomasulo also served as editor of Cinema Journal for five years, from 1998 through 2002.

Karen Orr Vered is in the Department of Screen and Media at Flinders University, Adelaide, where she teaches classes in both introductory Media Studies subjects and in her primary areas of research, television and children's media. She is the author of Children and Media Outside the Home: Playing and Learning in After-School Care (Palgrave, 2008). [End Page 96]



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