Andrew Urie

Andrew Urie is an independent interdisciplinary scholar and writer who recently completed his Ph.D. in Social and Political Thought. His dissertation, Turning Japanese: Japanization Anxiety, Japan-Bashing, and Reactionary White American Heteropatriarchy in Reagan-Bush Era Hollywood Cinema, was nominated for York University’s Best Dissertation Prize.

Specializing in American Studies and British Cultural Studies, he has published in Dialogue: The Interdisciplinary Journal of Popular Culture and Pedagogy; Fast Capitalism; Americana: The Journal of American Popular Culture 1900 to Present; PopMatters; The Bluffs Monitor; the quint: an interdisciplinary quarterly from the north; Pop Culture and TheologyJournal of Contemporary Drama in English (forthcoming); Journal of Integrated Studies (forthcoming); and A Place for Film (forthcoming).

Blog posts by Andrew Urie:

Digital Age Ruminations: The U.S. Humanities and Employability Concerns
As anyone who has scanned recent U.S. education headlines knows, the humanities face a crisis of legitimation amidst a tech-driven economy in which the mantra of … Continue reading Digital Age Ruminations: The U.S. Humanities and Employability Concerns