Tag: pedagogy

AnTENNA, UnREAL: Romance and Pedagogy

The second part of a week-long forum for media scholars to share their thoughts about Lifetime’s UnREAL explores the series in relation to romance and pedagogy.

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Cultural Studies, TV Studies, & Empathy

What could cultural studies work on TV look like if we saw our function as facilitating conversations among our students (and ourselves) about social identity, privilege, and power centered on their and our differing engagements with and feelings about television programming?

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The Google+ Assignment—Evaluation

Using Google+ for student assignments in a TV genre class would, ideally, link learning with social technologies students are already using, and spur students to consume social media more critically. As with all experiments there was some success and some failure.

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Report From SCMS: Thursday

The Antenna editors have asked some writers to contribute daily reports on the Society for Cinema and Media Studies (SCMS) conference in New Orleans this week. First up: a Thursday report from Christine Becker, focusing primarily on the SCMS website workshop.

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