Critical Essays on «The Real Housewives»
Edited By Rachel E. Silverman
Rachel E. Silverman (PhD, University of South Florida) is an Assistant Professor of Communication in the Department of Humanities and Communication at Embry Riddle Aeronautical University. Dr. Silverman’s research focuses on the intersection of Jewish and LGBT identities in popular culture, women’s health, food studies, and social justice pedagogy. She is the co-editor of and contributor to Communicating Pregnancy Loss: Narrative as a Methodology for Change (Peter Lang, 2014), has published journal articles in Sexuality and Culture, Health Communication, and the Journal of Religion and Popular Culture, and has also written a number of scholarly book chapters, encyclopedia entries, and book reviews.
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