Reconsidering the delicate work of tweeting about others’ scholarship, the necessity of establishing best practices for conference tweeting, and the value of digital labor.
When comedians like Daniel Tosh and Louis CK say or do something that is wrong or hurtful, we owe it to ourselves to talk about it in context.
The oppression of women is a daily activity for the men of the Jersey Shore, but so is the production of male beauty and labor in the domestic sphere.
“Grilled Cheesus” is one of the few Glee episodes to not only establish, but also to play with, the opposition between dream world and real world in the musical.
The Real World: Back to New Orleans, like Treme, brings to life how “authentic” New Orleans has taken on new and often multiple meanings for tourists, volunteers, and television watchers
“Funk” exemplified everything I’ve come to expect from Glee: a confusing mix of rousing musical performances and out of place racist/sexist/heterosexist jokes
It appears that in season six the world inside The Hills has effectively merged with the world outside The Hills. For this jaded fan, The Hills is once again must-see TV.