Suzanne Enzerink

Suzanne Enzerink is an MA student in American Studies at the University of Groningen, The Netherlands, and will be a visiting graduate student at Brown University from August-March. She has written extensively on cultural theory and has a particular interest in the American South and film. For her BA thesis, she was able to combine all three, and wrote on the imbrication of race, class, gender and nationality in D.W. Griffith's The Birth of a Nation and Victor Fleming's Gone With The Wind. During a semester at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, she wrote film reviews for The Daily Tar Heel.

International Beats: The Desire for the Foreign in Kerouac’s ‘On the Road’

Deriding Desire: Dorothy Dandridge and the Raced and Gendered ’50s

The Not-So-Global Globes: International Tensions in the Film Industry

Hollywood’s Steep Hills: Gender Inequality and ‘Miss Representation’

The Celestial Railroad: Shifting Debates on the Immigrant Experience in ‘Sin Nombre’

Tainted Pasts: Pornography in ‘Meet Monica Velour’ and ‘The Girl Next Door’

Online Fantasy: Kreayshawn’s Meteoric Rise to Fame

The All-Sex Hex: Why Olivia Wilde Deserves More Credit

Frustrated Fantasies: Misperceptions of Fandom and ‘Gone with the Wind’

Was Megan Fox Right? The Women of ‘Transformers: Dark of the Moon’

Trouble in Wonderland, or The Crisis of the Fairytale in Film

The Mother of All Evil: The Two ‘Mother’s Day’ Films