Julie Grossman teaches courses in literature and film and television studies. She is founding co-editor of the book series Adaptation and Visual Culture (Palgrave Macmillan). She is author of numerous scholarly essays in edited collections and journals such as Quarterly Review of Film and Video, ELH, Criticism, and Adaptation. Her books include A Due Voci: The Photography of Rita Hammond (co-edited with Ann M. Ryan and Kim Waale, Syracuse University Press, 2003); Rethinking the Femme Fatale in Film Noir (Palgrave Macmillan, 2009, 2012); Literature, Film, and Their Hideous Progeny: Adaptation and ElasTEXTity (Palgrave Macmillan, 2015); Ida Lupino, Director: Her Art and Resilience in Times of Transition (co-authored with Therese Grisham, Rutgers University Press, 2017); and Adaptation in Visual Culture: Images, Texts, and Their Multiple Worlds (co-edited with R. Barton Palmer, Palgrave Macmillan, 2017). In 2020, she published The Femme Fatale with Rutgers University Press and Twin Peaks (co-authored with Will Scheibel) with Wayne State University. She is presently at work on an edited collection of essays on the Showtime series Penny Dreadful and adaptation (with Will Scheibel), forthcoming from Palgrave Macmillan, and a two-volume book project on performance in film noir (co-authored with R. Barton Palmer), forthcoming from Edinburgh University Press.
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