Katja Schulze

Katja Schulze, born in 1989, studied American Studies, English, and German at the Universities of Dresden and Nashville (TN, USA). After finishing her Master's degree in American Studies, she received her doctorate at and became a member of TU Dresden and University of Leipzig's Special Research Unit »Invectivity. Constellations and Dynamics of Disparagement« funded by the German Research Foundation. Her research focuses on US American popular culture, especially television studies.

transcript-Publications in the Research Fields: English and American Literature Studies, Literary Studies

Publications in the Series: American Culture Studies

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The Poetics and Politics of Invective Humor
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The Poetics and Politics of Invective Humor

Disparagement in Contemporary Female-Led US Sitcoms

Have you ever wondered about who you are laughing at when watching your favorite sitcom? And the social and political implications thereof? This study gives unexpected and unsettling answers.

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