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Upwardly Female: The Excessive/Transgressive Bodies of Tall Women on Television

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Upwardly Female: The Excessive/Transgressive Bodies of Tall Women on Television

O'Leary, Brietta (2016) Upwardly Female: The Excessive/Transgressive Bodies of Tall Women on Television. Masters thesis, Concordia University.

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This thesis works toward an understanding of how tallness is inscribed upon the female body in Anglo-Western popular culture through a textual analysis of three tall female television characters. As the ideal female body is positioned as being small, docile, and feminine, and the ideal male body as tall, powerful, and masculine, I seek to explore what happens when these signifiers intersect on the tall female body. The tall female body troubles and disrupts conventions of female embodiment, spatial negotiation, power dynamics, heteronormativity, and perceptions and understandings of sex and gender. Through case studies of Brienne of Tarth in HBO’s Game of Thrones (Gwendoline Christie, 6’3”), Coach Shannon Beiste in Fox’s Glee (Dot-Marie Jones, 6’3”), and 6’1” Miranda Hart in her BBC sitcom Miranda, I engage with concepts of excess, mobility, “taking up space” and “fitting,” femininity and masculinity, otherness and liminality, gaze, unruliness, and the perceptible body versus the experienced body. I situate each tall character’s embodied representation within the show’s narrative, generic, tonal, and production context, drawing on work that addresses action heroines, gendered violence, and medieval fantasy world-building; musical affect, situational empathy, and retroactive continuity; and the comedic female body, slapstick, and unruliness. This thesis addresses the lack of attention paid to height in popular and scholarly discourse on gender and embodiment by arguing that televisual representations of tall women reflect, reproduce, and challenge gendered norms around height, and how bodies are visually defined and constructed within the boundaries of the screen.

Divisions:Concordia University > Faculty of Arts and Science > Communication Studies
Item Type:Thesis (Masters)
Authors:O'Leary, Brietta
Institution:Concordia University
Degree Name:M.A.
Program:Media Studies
Date:4 April 2016
Thesis Supervisor(s):Sawchuk, Kim
Keywords:television, television studies, gender, sexuality, body studies, tallness, tall women, tall, game of thrones, brienne of tarth, glee, coach shannon beiste, miranda hart, miranda
ID Code:980976
Deposited By: BRIETTA O'LEARY
Deposited On:07 Jun 2016 19:29
Last Modified:18 Jan 2018 17:52

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