Eastern Michigan University
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Chelsea Bromley

Part-time Lecturer

Office: TBD

Fall 2014 Office Hours: TBD

cbromley@emich.edu

Education

EDUCATION 

  • M.A. Children’s Literature, Eastern Michigan University, Expected 2014 
    • Thesis: “Brave New Forms: Radical Reading and Remediation in the Multimodal World of Hugo Cabret.”
  • M.A. Literature, Eastern Michigan University, Expected 2014
  • B.A. Screen Arts & Cultures (formerly Film & Video Studies); English Literature; University of Michigan, 2010

 

ADDITIONAL COURSEWORK

  • Washtenaw Community College: Photographic Imagining (2010-2011)Digital Photography; Darkroom Photography; Alternative Processes; Black and White Photography; Large Format Film Photography
  • University of Michigan Art & Design (2006-2008): Clay Sculpture; Painting; Printmaking (Photolithography)

Interests and Expertise

New media, convergence culture, film, remixing, children's media, remediation, literature, visual studies, photography, science fiction, participatory culture. 

Courses

ENGL/WRTG120: Composition I: Writing the College Experience
ENGL/WRTG121: Composition II: Researching the Public Experience

Recent Publications and Presentations

  •  “Adapt or Die: Adaptation as Remediation in Brian Selznick’s The Invention of Hugo Cabret and Martin Scorsese’s Hugo.” Midwest Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association (St. Louis, MO), 2013.
  • “Beyond Escapism: Gold Diggers of 1933; Berkeleyesque Spectacle as Scenes of Solidarity.” Michigan College English Association (Dearborn, MI), 2013.
  • “Adapt or Die: Spectatorship, Adaptation, and Remediation in Brian Selznick’s The Invention of Hugo Cabret and Martin Scorsese’s Hugo.” South Atlantic Modern Language Association (Atlanta, GA), 2013. 
  • “Berkeleyesque Spectacle and Depression-Era Solidarity in Gold Diggers of 1933.” Southwest Modern Language Association (Albuquerque, NM), 2014
  • "New Picture Book, Old Cinema." Children's Literature Association (Columbia, SC), 2014