David Greven is associate professor of English at the University of South
Carolina. His books include Psycho- Sexual: Hitchcock and the New Hollywood
(2013), The Fragility of Manhood: Hawthorne, Freud, and the Politics of Gender
(2012), Representations of Femininity in American Genre Cinema: The Woman’s
Film, Film Noir, and Modern Horror (2011), Manhood in Hollywood from Bush
to Bush (2009), and Men beyond Desire: Manhood, Sex, and Violation in Amer-
ican Literature (2005). He is on the editorial boards of Cinema Journal and
Genders and is currently working on a book about postmillennial Hollywood
Dana Heller is professor and the chair of the English Department at Old
Dominion University, Norfolk, Virginia. She writes about popular culture, ﬁlm
and television, gender and sexuality, and all things considered bad taste. She
is the author and editor of seven books, the most recent of which is Hairspray
(2011). She is currently editing a collection of essays on the television series
The L Word.
Su Holmes is a reader in television studies at the University of East Anglia.
She is the author of British tv and Film Culture in the 1950s (2005), Entertain-
ing tv: The bbc and Popular Television Culture in the 1950s (2008), and The
Quiz Show (2008). She is also the coeditor of Understanding Reality tv (2004),
Framing Celebrity (2004), Stardom and Celebrity: A Reader (2007), and In the
Limelight and under the Microscope: Forms and Functions of Female Celebrity
(2011). Her main research interests are British television history, popular tele-
vision, and celebrity.