Kristine Brunovska																 Karnick

Kristine Brunovska Karnick

Associate Professor and Chair of Communication Studies
Founding Director, Program in Applied Theatre, Film, and Television
Department: Communication Studies
(317) 278-3141
CA 309D

Education

Education

  • PhD, University of Wisconsin-Madison 1992
  • MA, University of Wisconsin-Madison 1985
  • BA, University of Illinois at Chicago 1980

Teaching

Teaching

Media Literacy, Media Theory and Criticism, Film History, Film and Television Comedy, Film and Video Documentary, History of American Television, Media and Contemporary Society

Publications

Publications

Karnick, Kristine Brunovska (2021) “Digital Oratory: Public Speaking in an Online Environment,” in LeBeau, Sheeler, and Sheeler (ed.) Fundamentals of Speech Communication, (Hayden-McNeil, for Macmillan Learning).

Karnick, Kristine Brunovska (2018) Book Review, Anthony Slide’s, She Could Be Chaplin!: The Comedic Brilliance of Alice Howell, in Studies in American Humor, Series 4, Vol. 4, No 2, pp. 322-327.

Karnick, Kristine Brunovska (2017) Advisor, American Masters: This is Bob Hope, Public Broadcasting System (PBS), Produced by Thirteen Productions, WNET-New York, premiere 12/29/2017.

Karnick, Kristine Brunovska (2017) “Mabel Normand: A New Woman in the Flapper Age,” in Linda Mizejewski and Victoria Sturtevant (ed.) Hysterical! Women in American Comedy, (Austin: University of Texas Press). pp. 35-61.

Karnick, Kristine Brunovska (2015) “Sturges’s Many Mothers,” in Jeff Jaeckle and Sarah Kozloff (ed.) ReFocus: The Films of Preston Sturges, (U.K.: Edinburgh University Press). pp. 109-132.

Karnick, Kristine Brunovska (2014) “NBC and the Innovation of Television News, 1945-1953,” in Donald G. Godfrey and Susan L. Brinson (ed.) Routledge Reader on Electronic Media History, (New York: Routledge) pp. 231-243.

Karnick, Kristine Brunovska and Henry Jenkins, eds. (1995) Classical Hollywood Comedy (New York and London: Routledge Press).

Service

Service

University

  • Chair, Department of Communication Studies
  • Founding Director, B.A. in Applied Theatre, Film, and Television

Profession

  • Reviewer, Columbia University Press, Cinema and Media Journal, Wadsworth Press, International Communication Association, New Review of Film and Television Studies

Academic Interests

Academic Interests

  • Film History
  • History of film comedy
  • Gender and comedy
  • historiography and media

Location

Location:
CA 309D
Address:
425 University Boulevard,
Cavanaugh 309,
Indianapolis, Indiana 46202