Education: BA, American University, Art History, 2014; MA, University of British Columbia, Art History and Theory, 2017
Bio: Madeline Ullrich is a third-year PhD student in the Graduate Program in Visual and Cultural Studies at the University of Rochester.
Maddie’s current research explores visual and narrative forms of female collectivity on television, to investigate how contemporary mainstream feminism imagines collectivity as its mode of subjectivity. Thinking through the televisual quality of seriality, her research explores how the concept of a female collective is constructed through visual and narrative paradigms of repetition, accumulation and standardization.
Currently, Maddie is working with the University of Rochester’s Digital Scholarship Lab on Mediate, a web-based platform that allows users to annotate and analyze time-based audiovisual media.