Josh Shepperd provides Part 1 of 2 to his final entry in the “On (the) Wisconsin Discourses” series with an examination of Michele Hilmes’ contributions to discursive analysis.
Kyle Barnett reports on last week’s IASPM-US 2015 annual conference in Louisville, Kentucky.
Memories of the late Stuart Hall.
As more media scholars grapple with issues traditionally associated with aesthetic analysis, the need to map the history, methods, and goals of this “aesthetic turn” proves increasingly pressing.
What political investments are written into discursive analysis? What is the relationship between media literacy and aesthetic analysis?