Courtney Andree

Courtney Andree completed a Ph.D. in English and Film & Media Studies at Washington University in St. Louis in August 2015, and served as the postdoctoral fellow in English. Her work has appeared in Film History, Disability Studies Quarterly, and Literature Compass. She is currently a publicist for Yale University Press.

Posts by Courtney Andree

Xanadu Redux

While Orson Welles’s Citizen Kane is one of the most beloved and frequently taught and dissected works in American film history, Lebo is careful to remind readers that the film’s success was anything but a foregone conclusion.