Examples of Ms. Stuller’s expert opinion and interviews for radio, documentaries and newspapers. Also, honorable mentions.
Is Wonder Woman the right choice for a U.N. ambassador? – MPR News Staff
Blastr Fangirls – Celebrating the female geek at GeekGirlCon: An interview with co-founder Jennifer K. Stuller
Celebrating the female geek at GeekGirlCon: An interview with co-founder Jennifer K. Stuller by Lisa Granshaw
GeekGirlCon 2015: Heroine’s Journey Panel Recap by B.J. Priester
GeekGirlCon Closing Celebration: A Festivity of Fandoms and Friendship – JC Lau “Our last official event of the day was our traditional closing celebration, with a brief speech from GeekGirlCon co-founder Jennifer K. Stuller, who acknowledged the things that GeekGirlCon … Continue reading
Embracing the Geek Within: Jennifer Stuller Uses her Power for Good, BY KATIE WOODZICK
Listen Up Marvel #WeWantWidow by Adrienne Fox
#WeWantWidow! Do you? Written by GeekGirlCon Copywriter JC Lau
The Complete #WEWANTWIDOW International Cosplay Flash Mob Photo Highlights by Rielly
Let the World Know #WeWantWidow! Support Today’s Black Widow Flash Mob! by Teresa Jusino Plus . . . #WeWantWidow Photo Round-Up: Images From the Black Widow Flash Mob
Interviewed for Seattle Weekly cover story “Son of a Geek” in the December 2, 2014 issue
Guest: ‘Gamergate’ Is Just A Microcosm Of Sexism In Society Marcie Sillman talks with Jennifer K. Stuller, local writer and a co-founder of Seattle’s GeekGirlCon, about the Gamergate controversy and diversity in geek culture.
For more on the revival of “Twin Peaks,” we talk with superfan Jennifer K. Stuller, a pop culture historian who said she nearly cried when she first heard the show was coming back to TV.
LEGION OF LEIA INTERVIEW: JENNIFER K. STULLER — CO-FOUNDER OF GEEKGIRLCON Legion of Leia profile: Jennifer K. Stuller, co-founder of GeekGirlCon!
That Girl With The Curls – Episode 15 – Jennifer Stuller Sam talks with the Ink-Stained Amazon herself, Jennifer Stuller. The two talk about women as they’re portrayed in movies, television, and comic books and talk about the future of … Continue reading
Popaganda Episode: The Evolution of Wonder Woman – Sarah Mirk, Bitch Media “Wonder Woman first hit the comics page over 70 years ago—but her story and personal history has changed dramatically with each new generation of artists, writers, and fans. … Continue reading
No One Accuses Bruce Wayne of Being “Vulnerable”—SDCC and Strong Female Characters, KARIN L KROSS for Tor.com Features coverage of the Action Chick’s annual Most Dangerous Women of Comic-Con panel, of which Ms. Stuller was a participant.
In part three of More To Come’s San Diego Comic-Con special podcast, Heidi interviews Jennifer Stuller, [an] organizer of GeekGirlCon about starting a con, the importance of community, and the fact that there are women in comics. The Beat Podcasts! … Continue reading
Ms. Stuller was quoted in “Bechdel Test Burlesque” for the Burlesque Seattle Press regarding the GeekGirlCon kickoff event and partnership with “The Four Redheads of the Geekpocalypse.” Read More Here.
A deleted scene from Wonder Women! The Untold Story of American Superheroines newly released DVD. This scene explores the powerful performances given by women of color in b-list films, and the unexpected heroism of women in slasher movies. Find the … Continue reading
Spark Magazine 5 Questions: Pop-Culture Historian Explores Role of Superheroines in Our Modern Mythology
Pop-Culture Historian Explores Role of Superheroines in Our Modern Mythology, Ms. Stuller was interviewed by Jefferson Robbins regarding the history of superheroines in popular culture for Humanities Washington’s online magazine Spark. Read More →
Interview with Christine Greenway of Edmonds Community College for Hazel Miller, Conversations in the Humanities. Organized by: Humanities Washington, ACCE at Edmonds Community College, and Edmonds Public Library May 21st 7pm-8:30pm Black Box Theater, EdCC. Free and open to the public. Watch … Continue reading
Jennifer K. Stuller, featured on KUOW radio’s The Conversation Nov. 20, 2012 – talking with Jeannie Yandel about female superheroines in popular culture. Continue reading
A Q&A with Ink-Stained Amazon, Film Character Jennifer K. Stuller. By Erin Prather Stafford. Continue reading
An interview with Ms. Stuller, Producer Kelcey Edwards, and Director Kristy Guevara-Flanagan, on the SIFF screening of Wonder Women! The Untold Story of American Superheroines. Continue reading
Together, Stuller and Peloff hope to inspire discussion about the complexities of gender and diversity in the media at Humanities Washington’s Seattle Think & Drink – Harlots and Heroines: Women’s Images in Media and Pop Culture. Continue reading
From her Lady Liberator roots to her service as a Defender, our gal Val has earned her wings. Interviewed by Jonathan Miller. Continue reading
Interview by Nancy Joseph. Continue reading
Interview by Kyrax2.
Seattle Met – Seattle Wonder Women Launch GeekGirlCon: Seattle Comics Lovers and Fantasy Fans Unite for the First-ever GeekGirlCon
“A self-proclaimed ‘geek feminist,’ Stuller sees GGC as a space for women who are passionate about science and science fiction, technology, games, comics, fantasy, and LARPing to network and learn from each other—to geek out over all the fussy details within a respectful community. And unlike most of GGC’s predecessors, the added emphasis on intimacy and interactive activities has drawn in the shy newcomers.” By Lisa Han Continue reading
The Stranger – A Nerd of Her Own: GeekGirlCon is a Place for Geeky Women (and the Men Who Love Them)
“The GGC lineup is impressive—panels on Star Trek, science, zine-making, writing genre fiction, and sexism in the video game industry run side by side with Joss Whedon–themed burlesque shows, presentations by professional stuntwomen, Yoda-puppet-making workshops, and structured conversations about parenting, sex, and business ownership. The convention boasts more than 200 panelists. (The goal was to be comprehensive while still being discerning: Stuller says even though ‘I definitely want to make sure that everyone has a voice at our convention,’ one of the most important things she learned while putting the show together was ‘one of the most valuable things a woman can learn—how to say ‘No.’)’” By Paul Constant Continue reading
Podcast: “For our hot topic this week we have special guests Erica McGillivray and Jennifer Kate Stuller from Geek Girl Con. We talk about diversity in comics.” Continue reading
“Or maybe there is space on the convention floor for women not dressed in metal bikinis. That’s the issue Jennifer Kate Stuller is pondering in early July, while sipping a glass of white wine on the patio of a Fremont bar.” By Mark Baumgarten Continue reading
Podcast: “For our Hot Topic we have two very special guest stars in – Erica McGillivray and Jennifer Kate Stuller from Geek Girl Con– to talk about geek girl culture and community.” Continue reading
For all the ladies out there who wanted to be Wonder Woman, Lois Lane, or some combination of the two, Jennifer K. Stuller has one of the best jobs ever: studying superwomen in pop culture. She gave us a brief history of the fabulous women in comics, a primer on everyone from Wonder Woman to Buffy. By Tiffany Campbell. Continue reading
Ms. Stuller talks with Geek Speak Radio Show about Ink-Stained Amazons, The Whedon Studies Association, The Great Buffy Rewatch of 2011, GeekGirlCon, and Gotham City 14 Miles. Continue reading
Interview by Cathé Post. Continue reading
Coverage of the 2010 Slayage Conference on the Whedonverses. By Matt Coleman. Continue reading
Interview by Katherine Keller. Continue reading
Bitch Magazine – A Damn Scribbling Woman: An Interview with Jennifer K. Stuller About Ink-Stained Amazons
Interview by Kjerstin Johnson. Continue reading
Today’s Chicago Woman – Kicking Ass and Taking Names: An Interview with Jennifer K. Stuller, Author of Ink-Stained Amazons and Cinematic Warriors
Internet archive link: Today’s Chicago Woman
Interview by Beth Davies-Stofka. Continue reading
Interview by Marshal Zeringue. Continue reading
Katherine Keller’s report on WonderCon for Sequential Tart inclues a glowing summary of Ms. Stuller’s book presentation, referring to it as a “must-see panel!” Continue reading
An interview with Nicholas Yanes, for Sci Fi Pulse, on Ms. Stuller’s early inspirations and current views on women in popular culture. Continue reading
The highly anticipated animated feature film, Wonder Woman, was released on DVD and Blu-ray March 3, 2009. Interviews with Ms. Stuller are included in the Special Features documentaries, “A Subversive Dream” and “The Daughters of Myth.” Continue reading
Article by Kurt Anthony Krug; Ms. Stuller is honored to be quoted in this excellent look at the Amazon Princess, past, present, and future. Continue reading
Ms. Stuller is again honored through collaboration with Kurt Anthony Krug — this time regarding her favorite Slayer. Continue reading
In conjunction with the “Holy Men in Tights” conference, June, 2005, Ms. Stuller was invited to speak with the ABC’s Fran Kelly — host of the daily “Radio National: Breakfast.”
Over the course of the interview (a little over 6 minutes), the two discuss the difficult-to-pin-down definition of “superhero,” their motivations, our culture’s fascination with them, as well as Ms. Stuller’s own academic work on the female hero in popular media. Continue reading