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Stephen M. Gennaro
|List Affiliations:||Reviewer for H-Childhood
|Reviews:||Reassessing Disney's Role in the Production of a Generic American Child
|Interests:||American History / Studies
Business History / Studies
Childhood and Education
History of Science, Medicine, and Technology
Women, Gender, and Sexuality
Post Doctoral Fellowship. 2008. University of California, Los Angeles
Research Project: Secret Lives in Frankfurt? Re-examining the history of the Frankfurt School through the FBI files of Herbert Marcuse.
In partnership with Dr. Douglas Kellner.
Ph.D. Expected 2007, Communications, McGill University.
Dissertation: Selling Youth: How Market Research at The J. Walter Thompson Company framed what it meant to be a Child (and an Adult) in 20th Century America
Supervisor: Dr. Jonathan Sterne
Dissertation Submitted. Defence: December 2007.
M.A. 2004, Humanities, York University.
Research Project: Purchasing the Teenage Canadian Identity: ICT's, American Media, and Brand Name Consumption
Supervisor: Dr. Steven Bailey
Hons B.A. cum laude, 2003, History, York University.
2005- Present- York University- Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Contract Faculty- Division of Humanities
Introduction to Traditional and Popular Culture
Concepts of Male and Female in Western Culture
Stories in Diverse Media
Introduction to Children’s Studies
Worlds of Childhood – Section A
Worlds of Childhood – Section B