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PhD annual review pg. 2
Department of Communication
Ph.D. Program
Annual Student Review
2009-2010
Student’s Name Jane Fader

Banner I.D. #003483954

Advisor’s Name Jackie Byars
Ph.D. Program Starting Date (term/year): Fall 2007
Year in Program: 2nd
Cumulative GPA at end of W’09 term: 3.95
Cumulative Credit Hours completed: 68
Coursework (excluding 999x) completed in/will be completed in (term/year): Fall 2008
Qualifying exams passed in/will take in (term/year) Summer Fall 2009
If dissertation prospectus was approved, when (term/year): NA
Conference presentations, starting with most recent
“Network Culture and the Fetishization of Agency.” National Popular Culture Association/ American Culture
Association. New Orleans, LA. April 2009.
“Re-Thinking Postfeminism: The Case of Ugly George.” Southwest Texas Popular Culture Association/American
Culture Association. Albuquerque, NM. February 2009.
“Online Video Pornography: Spectatorship, Production, and Content.” Midwest Popular Culture Association.
Cincinnati, OH. October 2008.
“Sofia Coppola and Feminist Drift.” Midwest Popular Culture Association. Cincinnati, OH. October 2008.
“A Perverse Implantation: Squirting Pornography and the Law of the Father.” Society for Cinema and Media Studies.
Philadelphia, PA. March 2008.
“Pornography and the Non-Ejaculating Female Body.” Midwest Popular Culture Association. Kansas City, MO.
October 2007.
“Encouraging the Personal Sexual Narrative: A Critical Challenge to Feminist Pedagogy.” Organization for the Study
of Communication, Language and Gender. St. Louis, MO. October 2006.
Publications, starting with most recent
Rev. of Sexy Thrills: Undressing the Erotic Thriller, by Nina K. Martin. Scope: An Online Journal of Film & TV Studies.
(forthcoming)
Rev. of Interrogating Postfeminism: Gender and the Politics of Popular Culture, Diane Negra and Yvonne Tasker,
Eds. Scope: An Online Journal of Film & TV Studies. 13 (2009).
http://www.scope.nottingham.ac.uk/bookreview.php?issue=13&id=1106.
Rev. of Feminist Auteurs: Reading Women’s Films, by Geetha Ramanathan. Scope: An Online Journal of Film & TV
Studies. 12 (2008).
http://www.scope.nottingham.ac.uk/bookreview.php?issue=12&id=1060.
Rev. of Soft in the Middle: The Contemporary Softcore Feature in its Contexts, by David Andrews. Scope: An Online
Journal of Film & TV Studies 11 (2008).
http://www.scope.nottingham.ac.uk/bookreview.php?issue=11&id=1040.
Teaching at WSU (list courses taught and semesters)

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COM 2010/ENG 2450: F07, W08, Sp08
COM 3010: F08
COM 1600: F08, W09, Sp09

Other relevant experience (e.g., research assistant)
Discussion Facilitator: Female Ejaculation: Perceptions (Jane Fader, 2009).
Paris International Lesbian and Feminist Film Festival. Cineffable. Paris, France.
October 2009. (in negotiation)
Competitive Film Festival Exhibition. Female Ejaculation: Perceptions (Documentary Short, 2008). Paris International
Lesbian and Feminist Film Festival. Cineffable. Paris, France. October 2009.
Invited Speaker: Female Ejaculation: Perceptions (Jane Fader, 2009).
Women’s Film and Performance Arts Festival. Media Arts and Literacy Institute.
Austin, TX. May 2009.
Competitive Film Festival Exhibition. Female Ejaculation: Perceptions (2009). Women’s Film and Performance Arts
Festival. Media Arts and Literacy Institute. Austin, TX. May 2009.
Competitive Film Festival Exhibition. Female Ejaculation: Perceptions (2008). Reality Bytes Film Festival. Northern
Illinois University. DeKalb, IL. April 2009.
Competitive Film Festival Exhibition. Female Ejaculation: Perceptions (2008). Life as a Lemon Multicultural Short Film
Competition. New York, NY. December 2008.
Detroit Film Theatre Discussion Series. Invited speaker in conjunction with a screening of Patti Smith: Dream
of Life (Steven Sebring, 2008). Detroit, MI. November 2008.
“InterDIGITALdisciplinarity: Why It’s Right for Everyone.” Invited panel speaker, Wayne State University
Office of Teaching and Learning Digital Media Collaboratory Series. Detroit, MI. October 2008.
Competitive Film Festival Exhibition. Female Ejaculation: Perceptions (2008). Wayne State University Moving Media
Festival. Detroit, MI. May 2008.
Research Assistant, Jackie Byars, 2008
Employed to research and review recent scholarship to update the graduate course, Feminist Media Theory
and Criticism.
Research Assistant, Jackie Byars, 2007
Employed to research and retrieve all material pertaining to the film Picnic (1956) to assist a book proposal.
Research Assistant, Treasure Island Media, 2006
Employed to research the history of representations of pornographers in
mainstream American film and television.
Professional service (to the department, university, or academic organizations)
Panel Chair. “Television Divas.” Women’s Studies. Southwest Texas Popular Culture Association/American Culture
Association. Albuquerque, NM. February 2009.
Committee Member, 2009 Summer Doctoral Seminar: Queer Media Culture.
Wayne State University, Department of Communication. 2008-2009.
Co-Designer, Dispute Resolution Training Session. Wayne State University,
Department of Communication. November 2008.
Vice President, Graduate Student Association. Wayne State University, Department of
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Communication. 2007-2008.
Treasurer, Graduate Student Association. Wayne State University, Department of
Communication. 2006-2007.
Awards and achievements
Audience Choice Award: Female Ejaculation: Perceptions (2008).
Reality Bytes Film Festival. Northern Illinois University. DeKalb, IL. April 2009.
Finalist: Female Ejaculation: Perceptions (2008).
Life as a Lemon Multicultural Short Film Competition. New York, NY. December 2008.
Best in Show Award: Female Ejaculation: Perceptions (2008).
Wayne State University Moving Media Festival. Detroit, MI. May 2008.
Harriet Kanter Award for Student Development
College of Fine, Performing and Communicating Arts, Wayne State University.
2008.
Certificate of Teaching Development
Wayne State University. 2007.
Outstanding Service to the Department of Communication.
Wayne State University. August 2007.
Graduate Student Travel Award
Midwest Popular Culture Conference. October 2007.
Graduate Professional Scholarship
Graduate School, Wayne State University. 2006-2007.
Student’s name: Jane Fader

Advisor’s Name: Jackie Byars Advisor’s Signature ______________________________
Advisor comments:

Graduate Officer comments:
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Graduate Officer’s Signature

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Date

I have seen this evaluation (acknowledgement does not mean that the student agrees with the evaluation).

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Student Signature

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Date

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