Table of contents for Geek chic : smart women in popular culture / edited by Sherrie A. Inness.


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Introduction: Who Remembers Sabrina? Intelligence, Gender, and the Media--Sherrie A. Inness * Beauty and the Geek: Changing Gender Stereotypes in the Gilmore Girls Century--Karin E. Westman * Lab Coats and Lipstick: Smart Women Reshape Science on Television--Lorna Jowett * “You Can See Things That Other People Can’t”: Changing Images of the Girl with Glasses, from Gidget to Daria--Cindy Conaway * “Pretty Smart”: Subversive Intelligence in Girl Power Cartoons--Rebecca C. Hains * Super Slacker Girls: Dropping out but Divinely Inspired--Michele Paule * Back to the Future: The Brilliant Witches in Bewitched--Linda Baughman, Linda Manning & Allison Burr-Miller * Dangerous Minds: The Woman Professor on Television--Leigh H. Edwards * Raising the Bar: Brilliant Women Lawyers from Ann Kelsey to Miranda Hobbes--Sharon Sutherland & Sarah Swan * Savvy Women, Old Boy’s School Politics, and The West Wing--Beth Berila * Heckling Hillary: Jokes, Late-Night Television, and Hillary Rodham Clinton--Jeannie Banks Thomas



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Women in popular culture -- United States.
Gifted women.
Women in mass media.
Mass media -- United States.
Intellect -- Social aspects -- United States.