Rox Samer is a media studies scholar, remix artist, and documentary filmmaker. Rox currently teaches at Clark University as an Assistant Professor of Screen Studies in the Visual and Performing Arts Department.
Rox’s monograph, Lesbian Potentiality and Feminist Media in the 1970s, is coming out with Duke University Press in March 2022. Rox has published in Transgender Studies Quarterly, Jump Cut, Ada: A Journal of Gender, New Media, and Technology, and Feminist Media Histories. They are the editor of the “Transgender Media” special issue of Spectator (Fall 2017), the first journal issue devoted to the study of transgender media, and the co-editor of Su Friedrich: Interviews (UP Mississippi, 2022) and Spectatorship: Shifting Theories of Gender, Sexuality, and Media (UT Press, 2017).
Rox is currently developing a feature-length documentary, Tip/Alli, on the life, work, and influence of science fiction author James Tiptree, Jr. (Alice B. Sheldon).
Rox is originally from Eugene, Oregon.
rsamer [at] clarku [dot] edu