Enrica Picarelli received her Ph.D. in Cultural and Postcolonial Studies in 2010 at "L'Orientale" University of Naples with a thesis on the reverberations of 9/11 in American science fiction television. Her interests include informational culture to poststructuralist philosophy, affect theory and digital media studies. She has published articles on the TV shows Lost and Battlestar Galactica in The Journal of War and Culture, Studi Culturali and Quaderni d’Altri Tempi. Her essay “The Folding of the American Working Class in Mad Men” is forthcoming in the volume entitled Blue Collar Pop Culture (Praeger Publisher). She has held seminars on precarity, biopolitics and securization and is cofounder of the cultural association Fichu. She is also a member of the Archivio delle Donne interdepartmental center on gender studies at "L'Orientale" University. She is currently working on an essay on frontierism in F. Pohl and C.M. Kornbluth's dystopian novel The Space Merchants to be published in the collection Dystopian Fiction and Film (EBSCO/Salem Press) (forthcoming 2012).
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