Visiting Assistant Professor of Communication
On Faculty since 2013
Office: BGC 284
Ph.D., The Pennsylvania State University
M.A., Texas A&M University
B.A., Wheaton College
- Public Speaking (COMM 101)
- Messages, Influence, & Culture (COMM 253)
- Communication Criticism (COMM 312)
Memberships in Professional Societies
- National Communication Association (NCA)
- Rhetoric Society of America (RSA)
- Rhetorical Criticism
- Women’s Studies Television Criticism
Recent Publications and Presentations
Kornfield, Sarah. “The E-man-ci-pation of Jeannie: Feminist Doppelgangers on U.S. Television.” Communication, Culture, and Critique 5.3 (2012): 445-462.
Ramasubramanian, Srividya and Sarah Kornfield. “Japanese Anime Heroines as Role Models for U.S. Youth: Implications for Cross-Cultural Entertainment Effects.” Journal of International and Intercultural Communication 5.3 (2012): 189-207.
Kornfield, Sarah. “Cross-Cultural Cross-Dressing: Japanese Graphic Novels Perform Gender in U.S.” Critical Studies in Media Communication 28.3 (2011): 213-229.
Select Conference Presentations
Kornfield, Sarah. “Pregnant Detectives: Mothers, Femininity and Crimes on U.S. Prime Time.” National Communication Association: Orlando, FL, 2012.
Kornfield, Sarah. “Cads and Crimes.” National Women’s Studies Association: Oakland, CA, 2012.
Kornfield, Sarah. “Equal Partners, Equal Genders?: Postfeminist Relationships in Television’s Detective Agencies.” Console-ing Passions: Boston, MA, 2012.