Office: A241 Behavioral Sciences Building
Position: Associate Professor
Department: Communication Studies
Area of Study: Media and Visual Culture
Nick Marx is an Assistant Professor of media studies, specializing in television studies, media industry studies, digital media culture, representations of race and ethnicity, and comedy studies. He is co-editor of Saturday Night Live and American TV (Indiana University Press, 2013) and The Comedy Studies Reader (University of Texas Press, 2018) and author of Sketch Comedy: Identity, Reflexivity, and American Television (Indiana University Press, forthcoming 2019). His research has appeared in Television and New Media, Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies, and in the anthology How to Watch Television (New York University Press, 2013).
You can follow Nick on Twitter (@marxnick) and access his scholarship at his Academia.edu profile.
Ph.D., Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison
SPCM 341 – Evaluating Contemporary Television
SPCM 342 – Critical Media Studies