Author/Title Research Type Related Fields
“Virtuous Viewing” Film Criticism, 46:1 (June 2022) Publications, Articles
Uncontained Pomposity, or Masculinity in The West Wing. Film Criticism Volume 44, Issue 4: November, 2020 Publications, Articles, Essays
Sarah Choi, "Too Hot for a Pandemic," SCMS+ (Summer 2020),  Publications, Essays
Stephen Groening, “Teaching Local Television History with Primary Sources” Teaching Media Quarterly 4.3 (June 2017), 3 pages Publications, Essays
Stephen Groening, “ ‘An Ugly Phrase for an Unprecedented Condition’: Mobile Privatization and Portable Media” KeyWords: A Journal of Cultural Materialism 11 (2013): 58-74 Publications, Essays
Eric Ames. Ferocious Reality: Documentary according to Werner Herzog. University of Minnesota Press, 2012. Publications, Books
Stephen Groening, “Automobile TV, the Post-Nuclear Family, and SpongeBob SquarePants” Visual Studies 26 (June 2011): 148-153 Publications, Essays
Stephen Groening, “From ‘A Box in the Theater of the World’ to ‘The World as Your Living Room’: Cellular Phones, Television, and Mobile Privatization” New Media and Society 12.8 (December 2010): 1331-1347 Publications, Essays
Stephen Groening, “Cynicism and Other Postideological Half Measures in South Park” in Taking South Park Seriously, edited by Jeffrey Weinstock, State University of New York Press, 2008, pp. 113-129. Publications, Essays