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1 LANDON PALMER Department of Communication, University of Tampa 401 W. Kennedy Blvd. Tampa, FL ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS Adjunct Faculty, University of Tampa, Department of Communication, Fall 2017-Present Associate Instructor, Indiana University-Bloomington, Department of Communication and Culture, EDUCATION Indiana University-Bloomington Ph.D., Film and Media Studies, 2017 Department of Communication and Culture Ph.D. Minor, Music, The Jacobs School Dissertation: Rock Cinema: A Transmedia History, Committee: Gregory A. Waller (chair), Phil Ford, Barbara Klinger, Ryan Powell, Ted Striphas New York University M.A., Cinema Studies, 2009 University of Southern California B.A., Critical Studies at the School of Cinematic Arts, 2007 (cum laude, honors) RESEARCH AND TEACHING INTERESTS Film and media history (primarily US and UK); music and film; stardom and celebrity; media industries; documentary cinema; the history and representation of sound and music technologies in film and video PUBLICATIONS Book Rock Star/Movie Star: Power and Performance in Cinematic Rock Stardom. New York: Oxford University Press (under contract) Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles co-authored with Jimi Jones, A Record for Your Television: The Capacitance Electronic Disc s History of Failure, The Moving Image (under review) 2016 The Portable Recording Studio: Documentary Filmmaking and Live Album Recording, , Journal of the International Association for the Study of Popular Music 6, no. 2: And Introducing Elvis Presley : Industrial Convergence and Transmedia Stardom in the Rock n Roll Movie, Music, Sound, and the Moving Image 9, no. 2: Re-collecting David Bowie: The Next Day and late-career stardom, Celebrity Studies 4, no. 3:

2 Landon Palmer 2 Refereed Book Chapters Still Searching for Sugar: The Popular Music Documentary s Recovery Complex, in Reclaiming Popular Documentary, eds. Christie Milliken and Steve Anderson. Bloomington, IN: Indiana Univ. Press (under review) 2018 The Disembodied Fry: William S. Burroughs and Vocal Performance, in Cutting Up the Century, eds. Alex Wermer-Colan and Joan Hawkins. Bloomington, IN: Indiana Univ. Press. (invited/forthcoming) 2018 King Creole: Michael Curtiz and the Great Elvis Presley Industry, in The Many Cinemas of Michael Curtiz, eds. Murray Pomerance and R. Barton Palmer. Austin, TX: Univ. of Texas Press. (invited/under contract) 2011 From Culture to Torture: Music and Violence in Funny Games and The Piano Teacher, in The Cinema of Michael Haneke: Europe Utopia, eds. Benjamin McCann and David Sorfa. New York: Columbia Univ. Press: (invited) 2011 Gender, Regional Identity, and the Civil War: Politics of the North and South in Sweet Home Alabama and Junebug, in Southerners on Film: Essays on Hollywood Portrayals Since the 1970s, eds. Andrew Leiter. Jefferson, NC: McFarland Press: Reference Works 2018 Thelma Schoonmaker, in Hollywood Heroines: The Most Influential Women in Film History, ed. Laura L.S. Bauer. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO (invited/forthcoming) Web Publications 2017 Echoes of Ian Curtis: Film and the Punk Voice, Sounding Out! < Some Things That Just Aren t Done : James Bond vs. the Beatles, In Media Res, < Rocking the Transmission: Vulgar Spontaneity in Live Television Music, In Media Res, < Issue Editor, Movement 1(1): The Futures of Cinema, February 2009 < Book Reviews 2017 Review of The Encyclopedia of Film Composers by Thomas S. Hischak, Music, Sound, and the Moving Image 11, no. 1: (invited) 2016 Review of Back to the Fifties: Nostalgia, Hollywood Film, and Popular Music of the Seventies and Eighties by Michael D. Dwyer, Music, Sound, and the Moving Image 10, no. 1: (invited) 2014 Review of The Sounds of Capitalism: Advertising, Music, and the Conquest of Culture by Timothy D. Taylor, Music, Sound, and the Moving Image 8, no. 2: Cultures of Configurability, review of Mashed Up: Music, Technology, and the Rise of Configurable Culture by Aram Sinnreich, Cultural Studies 25, no. 6: GRANTS, HONORS & RECOGNITIONS Research 2017 Departmental Nominee, Outstanding Dissertation Award, University Graduate School, Indiana University

3 Landon Palmer Research Fellowship, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Library and Archives, The Center for Popular Music Studies at Case Western Reserve University ($2,000) College of Arts and Sciences Dissertation Year Research Fellowship, Indiana University ($20,000) 2014 Graduate Research Travel Award, College of Arts and Humanities Institute, Indiana University ($1,314) 2014 Research Grant, James O. Naremore Graduate Student Fund, Dept. of Communication and Culture, Indiana University ($250) Conference Travel 2017 Media Industries Scholarly Interest Group Travel Grant, Society for Cinema and Media Studies Conference ($100) 2016 Graduate and Professional Student Government Travel Award, Indiana University ($500) 2015 Modern Language Association Graduate Student Travel Grant ($400) 2015 Dept. of Communication and Culture Travel Award, Indiana University ($250) 2014 College of Arts and Sciences Travel Award, Indiana University ($500) 2012 Dept. of Communication and Culture Travel Award, Indiana University ($300) 2008 Travel Grant, New York University Graduate School of Arts and Science ($500) Teaching 2014 Pedagogy Certificate, Dept. of Communication and Culture, Indiana University 2014 Lambda Pi Eta Associate Instructor Teaching Award, Kappa Alpha chapter, Indiana University (awarded by the departmental student body) 2013 Outstanding Teaching Award for an Upper-Level Undergraduate Course, Dept. of Communication and Culture, Indiana University (awarded by faculty) Service 2016 Outstanding Departmental Service Award, Dept. of Communication and Culture, Indiana University (for editorial assistance on an anthology book project with Prof. Joan Hawkins) 2009 Tom Hopkins Award for Departmental Service in Cinema Studies, New York University (for archival and departmental assistance) Other Academic Recognition 2013 Nominated for the Virginia Gunderson Award in recognition of an excellent seminar paper in Communication and Culture 2008 Merit-based Tuition Remission, Cinema Studies, New York University (8 units) CONFERENCE PAPERS & PRESENTATIONS Panels Organized 2017 Beyond MTV: Mediating Music on Screen, Society for Cinema and Media Studies Conference, Chicago, IL, March 22 (co-chair with Andrea Kelley) 2015 Historicizing Music and Transmedia, Society for Cinema and Media Studies Conference, Montréal, QC, March 28 (sponsored by the Sound Studies and Radio Studies Scholarly Interest Groups)

4 Landon Palmer 4 Papers Presented 2018 Lust for Licensing: Managing Iggy Pop for the Small Screen, Society for Cinema and Media Studies Conference, Toronto, ON, March (proposal under review) 2017 Motown and the 60s in the Nothing But a Man and The Big Chill Soundtracks, American Studies Association Conference, Chicago, IL, November The Great Elvis Presley Industry: Transmedia Stardom in Postwar Hollywood, New Perspectives on Elvis: A One-Day International Conference, Memphis, TN, August The Great Elvis Presley Industry: Transmedia Stardom in Postwar Hollywood, Always on their Mind : Elvis Presley and Consumer Culture, Canterbury, UK, June A Record for Your Television: Music and SelectaVision During the Format Wars, Society for Cinema and Media Studies Conference, Chicago, IL, March The Portable Recording Studio: Documentary Filmmaking and Live Album Recording, , Cinesonika 5, Muncie, IN, October Living in the Fantastical Gap: The Sounds of Sadie Benning s Pixel-Visions, Console-ing Passions, Notre Dame, IN, June The Elvis Western and the Problem of the Soundtrack, Music and the Moving Image Conference, New York, NY, May Bebop, Foley, and Mugwumps: Collage and Collaboration in Beat Sound Recording and Beyond, Modern Language Association Conference, Austin, TX, January D.A. Pennebaker and The Toronto Rock and Roll Revival: The Disseminated Documents of a Music Festival, Visible Evidence XXII, Toronto, ON, August All Together Now: The Beatles, United Artists, and Transmedia Conglomeration, Society for Cinema and Media Studies Conference, Montréal, QC, March Voicing the Machine: Beatboxing as Embodied Pedagogy of Configurable Music, International Association for the Study of Popular Music Conference (US branch), Louisville, KY, February And Introducing Elvis Presley : Industrial Convergence and Transmedia Stardom in the Rock n Roll Movie, Midwest Popular Culture Association Conference, Indianapolis, IN, October Bill Lee s Voice: Performing Burroughs, The Burroughs Century Symposium, Bloomington, IN, February Pre-existing Film Music as Traveling Text: The Case of 2001: A Space Odyssey, Society for Cinema and Media Studies Conference, Chicago, IL, March Everybody Wants to Be a Cat: Jazz Music and Disney Animation, Music and the Moving Image Conference, New York, NY, June Stardust Onscreen: David Bowie and the Manufacturing of the Popular Musician as Movie Star, Society for Cinema and Media Studies Conference, Boston, MA, March Gender, Regional Identity, and the Civil War: Politics of the North and South in Sweet Home Alabama and Junebug, Society for the Studies of Southern Literature Conference, New Orleans, LA, April The Semiotics of Film Dialogue: Language in the Language of Cinema and Soderbergh s Schizopolis, NYU Cinema Studies Graduate Student Conference, New York, NY, February Condensing Time and Interrogating Doctrine: Ellipsis, Juxtaposition, and Time Travel in Simón del desierto, La Voie lactée, Film & History Conference, Chicago, IL, November 1

5 Landon Palmer An Examination of the Red State and Blue State Divide in Bush-Era American Films and 3 rd Wave Feminist Characters, 17 th Women & Society Conference, Poughkeepsie, NY, October Music and Non-Music in the Cinema of Michael Haneke, Screen Studies Conference, Glasgow, UK, July Alternative Approaches to Fiction and Non-Fiction in F for Fake, NYU Cinema Studies Graduate Student Conference, New York, NY, February 16 INVITED PRESENTATIONS & GUEST LECTURES 2017 High Concept and Synergy in 1980s Hollywood, for MSCH-F 291: Hollywood II, Indiana University, March 28 & The Great Elvis Presley Industry: Transmedia Stardom in Postwar Hollywood, Indiana University Communication and Culture Colloquium Series, November The Popular Compilation Soundtrack, for MSCH-F 311: Sound and Cinema, Indiana University, October 4 & Regional Independent American Filmmaking and Richard Linklater s Slacker, for MSCH-F 445: American Independent Cinema, Indiana University, November 10 & The Politics of Intellectual Property and Craig Baldwin s Sonic Outlaws, for MSCH-F 394: Experimental Film, Theater, and Performance Art, Indiana University, October Wong Kar-Wai s Global Hong Kong, for HIS 354G: Global Hong Kong, University of Texas- Austin, April Stardust Onscreen: David Bowie and the Manufacturing of the Popular Musician as Movie Star, Indiana University Communication and Culture Colloquium Series, March 2 TEACHING APPOINTMENTS Adjunct Faculty, Eckerd College Introduction to Screenwriting (pending budgetary approval) Spring 2018 Adjunct Faculty, University of Tampa Department of Communication COM 335: Survey of Independent Video and Film Spring 2018 COM 260: American Cinema Spring 2018 COM 436: Critical Issues in Public Communication Fall 2017 COM 261: World Cinema Fall 2017 Associate Instructor, Indiana University Department of Communication and Culture C202: Media in the Global Context (Instructor of Record) Fall 2014-Spring 2015 C315: Advertising and Consumer Culture (Head Associate Instructor) Fall 2013-Spring 2014 C315: Advertising and Consumer Culture (Instructor of Record) Fall 2012-Spring 2013 C190: Introduction to Media (Instructor of Record) Spring 2012, Summer 2013 C190: Introduction to Media (Teaching Assistant) Fall 2011 C121: Public Speaking Fall 2010-Spring 2011

6 Landon Palmer 6 PROFESSIONAL SERVICE & RELEVANT EMPLOYMENT Editorial 2017 Research Assistant to Prof. Ryan Powell for Coming Together: The Cinematic Elaboration of Gay Male Life, (under contract with University of Chicago Press) Research Assistant to Prof. Joan Hawkins for an anthology and a monograph project Graduate Assistant to Prof. Ted Striphas, Book Review Editor for Cultural Studies Departmental and Disciplinary 2016 Introduced invited speaker Prof. Dana Polan, The James Naremore Lecture Series, The Media School at Indiana University Director, The Iris Film Festival, Indiana University Cinema Head Associate Instructor: advisor of new graduate students teaching Advertising and Consumer Culture Programmer, City Lights Film Series, Indiana University Cinema Editor and Co-Founder of Movement, a media studies e-journal Archivist/Projectionist/Staff Assistant, The George Amberg Memorial Film Study Center, New York University Department of Cinema Studies Other Relevant Work Graduate Assistant Projectionist, Indiana University Cinema Graduate Tutor, Writing Tutorial Services, Indiana University 2014 Archivist, Media Digitization and Preservation Initiative, Indiana University PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS 2017-present 2015-present 2014-present 2011-present SECOND LANGUAGE The American Studies Association The Modern Language Association The International Association for the Study of Popular Music The Society for Cinema & Media Studies (Member, Scholarly Interest Groups: Media Industries, Sound and Music Studies, Transmedia Studies) Spanish (reading-translation proficiency) MEDIA APPEARANCE Prince film career tale of success and failure, Yahoo! News. 23 April 2016 < INDUSTRY EXPERIENCE 2009 Marketing Intern, Zeitgeist Films, New York, NY 2006 Development Intern, Columbia Pictures Story Dept., Culver City, CA 2006 Development Intern, Lawrence Gordon Productions, Santa Monica, CA

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