Kathleen Kollman

Visiting Assistant Professor of
Media & Communication

Kathleen Kollman

Kathleen Kollman completed a doctorate degree in American Culture Studies at Bowling Green State University in 2020. Her areas of focus include film, media, music, popular fiction, and women’s studies.

She holds a master's degree in English from Wright State University, where she served as a lecturer, and a master's in fine arts in writing popular fiction from Seton Hill University in Greensburg, Pennsylvania. In addition to her scholarly work, she also writes speculative fiction.

Kollman most recently served as a lecturer of English at the Wooster campus of The Ohio State University.

Her most recent publication is “Representation of Female Musicians in Alternative Music Charts: A Pilot Study,” which will be in the next print edition of Rock Music Studies.

Kollman’s work on fictional representations of female U.S. presidents in film, television, and literature has been acquired as a monograph, which she is currently adapting from her dissertation.

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