What’s new in Amanda Lotz and Timothy Havens’ Understanding Media Industries 2?
In part three of a limited series on Cupcakes, Pinterest, and Ladyporn, contributor Kyra Hunting outlines the anthology’s “Bodies” section in order to argue that critical consideration for women’s media cultures facilitates a deeper understanding of embodiment in relation to community practices, self-presentation, and technology.
In part two of a series on the anthology Cupcakes, Pinterest, and Ladyporn: Feminized Popular Culture in the Early 21st Century, Kristen Warner discusses the “Passions” section, where scholars consider how pleasure functions for women viewers who use female-centric media texts as models for who they want to be and what they want to reject.
Alex Russo previews the radio oriented papers, workshops, and presentations at this week’s upcoming Society for Cinema and Media Studies conference in Montreal.
Kyle Barnett reports on last week’s IASPM-US 2015 annual conference in Louisville, Kentucky.
A report on the recent Craft of Criticism conference at University of Notre Dame.
This year’s Console-ing Passions conference emphasized the heritage and pedigree of the organization, as well as assessed the future contours of feminist media studies as a field.
Memories of the late Stuart Hall.
Despite a rough start to the season, Saturday Night Live continues to be a fascinating case study for understanding American television.