Junior research assistant NBC-television, New York City, 1976—1977. Adjunct English faculty member Wells College, Aurora, 1980. Adjunct member writing faculty Cornell University, Ithaca, 1981.
Lecturer American civilization Brown University, Providence, 1982—1985. Assistant professor American studies Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachusetts, 1985—1989. Visiting professor Annenberg School Communications, University Southern California, 1988—1997.
Associate professor film and television University Calif, Los Angeles, since 1993.
- Bonfire of the Humanities: Television, Subliteracy, and Long-Term Memory Loss (Television and Popular Culture)
- The inaugural volume in The Television Series focuses on the relationship between the rise of the multi-media environment - television and electronic media - and the decline of the humanities in academia, the changing role of print literacy, and the disintegration of historical consciousness.
- Prime Time, Prime Movers: From I Love Lucy to L.A. Law America's Greatest TV Shows and the People Who Created Them (Television and Popular Culture)
- From dominant performers such as Jackie Gleason and Carol Burnett to powerhouse producers such as Norman Lear and Steven Bocho, "Prime Time, Prime Movers" reviews the stories and styles of the most important architects of the airwaves.
- Demographic Vistas: Television in American Culture
- In Demographic Vistas, David Marc shows how we can take television seriously within the humanist tradition while enjoying it on its own terms.
- Adventures of Huckleberry Finn: American Comic Vision (Twayne's Masterwork Studies) (No 18)
- Literary criticism of Twain's greatest work.
1976 - 1977
1982 - 1985
1985 - 1989
1988 - 1997
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