Department: Communication Studies
Rank: Assistant Professor

Contact Info:
Office Hours: Wednesday 2-5pm

Ph.D., Mass Communication, University of Michigan, 2012
M.A., Media Studies, Syracuse University, 2005
B.A., Communication Studies, University of Michigan, 1998

Specialization: Broadcasting and Mass Communication

2012 Foote Distinguished Dissertation Award, Dept. of Communication Studies, University of Michigan

Fogel, J. (2011). Resolving Flawed Fatherhood: Domestic Masculinity and Missing Mothers in Everwood. In D’Amore, L.M. (Ed.). Bound By Love: Familial Bonds in Film and Television Since 1950. London: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Fogel, J. (2015). Courting the Duggars: The Return of Teenage Courtship Practices. Paper presentation. National Popular Culture and American Culture Associations’ Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA.

Fogel, J. (2014). Who Says You Can’t Go Home Again?: How Television is Reinventing the Multi-Generational Family. Paper Presentation. National Popular Culture and American Culture Associations’ Annual Conference, Chicago, IL.

Fogel, J. (2012). Modern Family Myths: The Performance of Family in the Multigenerational Household. Paper Presentation. Film & History Conference, Milwaukee, WI.

Fogel, J. (2012). Playing House: Teenage Parenthood and Imagining the “Right” Kind of Family. Paper Presentation. Society for Cinema & Media Studies Conference, Boston, MA.

Current Research/Research Interests:
Television Studies, Media Industries, Media & Gender, Popular Culture

Professional Affiliates:
Popular Culture Association
Society for Cinema & Media Studies