Texas Tech University

Girlhood and the Plastic Image


Book Description:

Girlhood and the Plastic Image (Dartmouth, 2014) by Heather Warren-Crow investigates the promise of youthful adaptability at the heart of discourses of mediation. The figure of the girl has long been prized for the assumed (manipu)lability of the not-yet-woman. An interdisciplinary study showing girlish transformation to be an essential attribute of the digital image, 

Heather Warren-Crow



Author Bio:

A scholar and artist, Heather Warren-Crow is Assistant Professor of Interdisciplinary Arts. Her research engages with the fields of girlhood studies, media studies, animation studies, and performance studies. She has a PhD in Performance Studies from the University of California, Berkeley.