Keller headshot

Jessalynn Keller

Pronouns: she/her/hers

Contact information


Educational Background

B.A. Sociology, University of Saskatchewan, 2005

Doctor of Philosophy Media Studies, University of Texas at Austin, 2013

M.A. Journalism, University of British Columbia, 2007


Areas of Research

Feminist digital cultures, girls' media, Internet histories, popular culture, feminist theories and methods

Participation in university strategic initiatives


Course number Course title Semester
COMS 371 LAB 03 B03 Critical Media Studies 2020
COMS 371 LEC 01 01 Critical Media Studies 2021
COMS 591 SEC 01 S01 Senior Seminar in COMS 2020
COMS 371 LAB 04 B04 Critical Media Studies 2021
COMS 371 LAB 01 B01 Critical Media Studies 2020
COMS 371 LAB 02 B02 Critical Media Studies 2020
COMS 371 LAB 05 B05 Critical Media Studies 2020
COMS 371 LAB 06 B06 Critical Media Studies 2020
COMS 615 SEC 01 S01 Research Methods 2020
COMS 71117 SEC 03 S03 Directed Studies 2021


  • "Oh, She's a Tumblr Feminist:" Exploring the Platform Vernacular of Girls' Social Media Feminisms. Jessalynn Marie Keller. (2019)
  • Digitalized Narratives of Sexual Violence: Making Sexual Violence Felt and Known Through Digital Disclosures. Kaitlynn Mendes; Jessica Ringrose; Jessalynn Marie Keller. (2019)
  • A Politics of Snap: Teen Vogue's Public Feminism. Jessalynn Marie Keller. (2020)
  • #MeToo and the Promise and Pitfalls of Challenging Rape Culture Through Digital Feminist Activism. Jessica Ringrose; Jessalynn Marie Keller; Kaitlynn Mendes. (2018)
  • Crop Tops and Solidarity Selfies: The Disruptive Politics of Girls' Hashtag Feminism. Jessalynn Marie Keller. Peter Lang. 157-173. (2018)
  • Kendall & Kylie: Girl Affects, Celebrity, and Digital Gaming in Millennial Culture. Alison Harvey; Jessalynn Marie Keller. University of Michigan Press. 308-317. (2018)
  • Emergent Feminisms: Complicating a Postfeminist Media Culture. Maureen E. Ryan; Jessalynn Marie Keller. Routledge. (2018)
  • Digital Feminist Activism: Girls and Women Fight Back Against Rape Culture. Kaitlynn Mendes; Jessalynn Marie Keller; Jessica Ringrose. Oxford University Press. (2019)

In the News

  • Politics in Teen Vogue. Roundhouse Radio (Vancouver). (2017)