ebrody [at] usc [dot] edu
Evan Brody holds a B.S. with honors from Northwestern University’s Department of Communication and an M.A. in Media, Culture, and Communication from New York University. Broadly, his work focuses on how LGBT identity and community is cultivated through media consumption with an emphasis on sports culture and television studies. Evan’s work investigates both the shifting discursive threads that weave together critical media studies, queer theory, and cultural theory, as well as the significant role popular and visual cultures play in the establishment of norms. Evan was recently published in Spectator, was an invited speaker at The University of Paris - Sorbonne Nouvelle, as well as a presenter at several national and international conferences, and received NYU’s Samuel Eshborn Service Award, given to a graduate student in recognition of superlative academic achievement and extraordinary service.