Hannah Mueller-Miller

Courses Taught:

    THFM 1610: Introduction to Film

    THFM 2620: History of Film

Hannah Mueller is an Assistant Teaching Professor in the Department of Theatre and Film at Bowling Green State University. Her work focuses on transnational popular cultures and audiences, including popular cinema, television, digital media, and participatory culture. She is interested in fan communities, transmedia storytelling, media representations of sex and nudity, media representations of incarcerated people and correctional facilities, and discourses of “high” and “low” culture. She has published articles on different films and television series. Her monograph States of Fandom: Community, Constituency, Public Sphere is forthcoming with McFarland.

Hannah holds a PhD from Cornell University, and MAs from Cornell University and Konstanz University. Before arriving in Bowling Green, she has taught at NYU, Hunter College, Drew University, Cornell University, and Auburn Correctional Facility.