Please join us for the keynote lecture at the tenth annual History across the Humanities conference, “Have Pastport, Will Travel: Public and Personal Histories” with Dr. Tiffany L. Knoell. This special event is sponsored by the Reeder Endowment and the Trumbull County Historical Society.
Tiffany L. Knoell, Ph.D. Dr. Knoell is an associate teaching professor with the department of Popular Culture at Bowling Green State University. She studies temporal tourism, silent cinema, popular music of 1900-1940, cultural history, animation before television, popular history, nostalgia, and science fiction. She teaches topics courses on Time Travel, Science Fiction, American Mythologies, Global Animation, and Popular Culture and Media in addition to Introduction to Popular Film. Dr. Knoell is the area chair for Popular History in American Culture for the Popular Culture Association National Conference and is also the co-host of “Silent Film Fridays: Where the Films are Silent but the Hosts are Not” weekly on Twitch. She can be found online at tlknoell.net.