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The Other Dramatic Transformation of NBC’s “Up All Night”

January 1, 2013
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The Other Dramatic Transformation of NBC’s “Up All Night”

It has been a really hard fall for a feminist TV lover. Problems abound with both the character of Julia Braverman-Graham of Parenthood, and Mindy Kaling's character on her new show, The Mindy Project. But nothing–nothing–has exceeded my disappointment more than the transformation of Up All Night.
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Report From Console-ing Passions 2012

July 23, 2012
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Report From Console-ing Passions 2012

As a first-time Console-ing Passions Conference attendee, I learned that CP is more than a conference—it is a revival.
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The GSU Copyright Case: Lessons Learned [Part Two]

May 23, 2012
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The GSU Copyright Case: Lessons Learned [Part Two]

Building on Monday's post, a consideration of individual educators and our personal stakes in the Georgia State copyright decision.
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The GSU Copyright Case: Lessons Learned [Part One]

May 21, 2012
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The GSU Copyright Case: Lessons Learned [Part One]

While the limited “wins” for the plaintiff have likely made future cases of this type more trouble than they are worth, the wider implications of the case are more concerning.
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