Amanda Anne Klein

Amanda Anne Klein is a Ph.D. candidate in film studies in the English department at the University of Pittsburgh. Her dissertation is a case study of 1990s ghetto action films and a theorization of how and why film cycles form. Her publications include forthcoming essays in the journal The Quarterly Review of Film and Video and in the anthologies Deadwood: A Western to Swear By and Media(ted) Deviance and Social Otherness: Interrogating Influential Representations. She has also published online essays and reviews in Critical Quarterly Debates, Reality Blurred: Exposed and PopMatters.

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