Celebrity and Youth anthology (editor). Mediated Youth series, Sharon R. Mazzarella (series editor) Peter Lang Publishing, Inc.


“Snatched: Constructions of Child Abductions in U.S. News,” with Leigh Moscowitz. 2016 in

Mediated Youth series, Sharon R. Mazzarella (series editor) Peter Lang Publishing.

Journal Articles

“Masculine interventions and transnational celebrity activism in the aftermath of the 2010 earthquake in Haiti,” Celebrity Studies, 6(4), 583-600, 2015

“Not ‘simply the breast’: Media discourses of celebrity, breastfeeding, and normalcy,” Feminist Media Studies, 2014.

“Commodifying Global Activism and Racial Unity During the 2010 FIFA World Cup,” with Matthew Guschwan, Communication, Culture & Critique, 6(2), 298-317, 2013.

Duvall, Spring-Serenity & Leigh Moscowitz. (2011). “Every parent’s worst nightmare”: Myths of child abductions in the news. Journal of Children & Media.

Duvall, Spring-Serenity. (2010). Perfect little feminists?: young girls in the US interpret gender, violence, and friendship in cartoons. Journal of Children & Media.

Book Chapters

Duvall, Spring-Serenity. (2011). Celebrity Travels: Media Spectacles and the Construction of a Transnational Politics of Care. In Radha S. Hegde (Ed.) Circuits of Visibility: Gender and Transnational Media Cultures (140-158). NYU Press.

Duvall, Spring-Serenity. (2009). Dying for our sins: Christian rhetoric in celebrity colonialism. In Robert Clarke (Ed.) Celebrity colonialism: Fame, power, and representation in colonial and postcolonial cultures (81-106). Cambridge Scholars Publishing.


Encyclopedia Entries

“Cultural Politics”; “Textual Analysis”; “John Fiske”; “Joshua Gamson”; “MMORPG’s”; “Patriarchy”; “Children’s Programming in Television & Film: Cartoons,” Encyclopedia entries in The SAGE Encyclopedia of Gender in Media, Mary Kosut and J. Geoffrey Golson (Eds.), Thousand Oaks: Sage, forthcoming 2012.