Analyzing the role of the Doctor’s female companions, Keara Goin argues that despite her independence and brash image, Clara Oswald is little more than the Doctor’s caretaker and a re-packaging of the traditional mother archetype.
A few months ago I examined the re-launched Real Housewives of Miami(RHOM) series, part of Bravo’s immensely popular Real Housewives franchise, in another Antenna post. Now that the season has officially ended with the airing of the second part of…
While clearly trading on the legacy of representation that frames Latina/os as “spicy” the RHOM simultaneously constructs a shift towards whiteness in the racialized character of the city itself.
The film work of actress Rosario Dawson helps media studies scholars address overlooked social discourses concerning Latina/o mixed race subjectivity.
GCB represents ABC’s recent attempt to incorporate camp aesthetics into a prime-time commodity, a gamble that ultimately was too risky for the network.