Darlene Hampton

Assistant Dean, Office of Undergraduate Studies

Assistant Dean, Office of Undergraduate Studies
104H O'Shaughnessy Hall


Areas of Interest in Academic Advising

First Year of Studies, Advising as teaching, culturally-responsive advising, appreciative advising, advising special populations, student health and well-being

Areas of Scholarly Interests

Gender and Media Studies, Media representation and identity, Intersectionality, Narrative Studies, Film/Television, Performance studies, and Fan Studies

Teaching Areas

Film/Television Studies, Media Studies, Writing/Composition, Adaptation Studies, Popular Culture, and Literature

Recent Publications

  • “Slashy Rotten Pervs: Transnational ‘Sherlock’ Fangirls and the Politics of Pathologization” in Seeing Fans: Representations of Fandom and Media in Popular Culture. Bloomsbury, 2016
  • "Bound Princes and Monogamy Warnings: Harry Potter, Slash Fiction, and Queer Performance in LiveJournal Communities." Transformative Works and Cultures, no. 18. http://dx.doi.org/10.3983/twc.2015.0609. June, 2015


Ph.D. – University of Oregon

M.A. – University of Oregon

B.A. – University of Oregon