Former editors

Former Managing Editors Kate Cronin (Vol. 25) Lesley Willard (Vol. 24) Cameron Lindsay (Vol. 24) Jacqueline Pinkowitz (Vols. 22-23) Tim Piper (Vols. 22-23) Keara Goin (Vols. 18-21) Adolfo Mora (Vols. 18-21) Alfred Martin (Vols. 14-17) Paul Gansky (Vols. 14-17) Colin Tait (Vols. 13-14) William Moner (Vols. 12-14) Alexander Cho (Vols. 11-12) Jacqueline Vickery (Vols. 8-11) Anne Petersen (Vols. 8-10) Peter […]

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Current Calls

Flow Calls for Proposals: Volume 27, Special Issue #2: “Essentials, Dilemmas, and ProTips: Teaching Media Studies” Our second Special Issue of Volume 27 welcomes submissions on media studies pedagogy. For consideration, completed 1200-1500 word columns must be submitted by Friday, February 19th. The full-text of our CFP is below and a PDF is available. Please share! CALL FOR PAPERSFlow Volume […]

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Technical credits

Logo Design New Color Bars Logo: Kyle Wrather and Tim Piper Color Bars Logo: Colin Cooper Retro Logo: Mike P. Jones “Flow v.5″ Migration & Site Design Kyle Wrather “Flow v.4″ Migration & Site Design (from College of Communications server to UTS) William Moner “Flow v.3″ Coordinators (from TMA to MP) Peter Alilunas Matthew Thomas Payne “Flow v.2″ Coordinators (from […]

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Editorial team

Below is a list of the editorial staff members working to publish the current volume (27) during the 2020-2021 academic calendar year. Managing Editors Maggie Steinhauer Nathan Rossi Senior Editors Laura Brown Ash D’Harcourt Paxton Haven Andy Fischer Wright Brett Siegel Social Media Manager Laura Springman Column Editors Haden Edmonds Eric Forthun Lily Kunda Maria Skouras Jackson Wright Ryan Briggs […]

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Comments & Fair Use Policies

Flow encourages public discussion via comments in the provided space following our content. However, we reserve the right to delete comments that are abusive, libelous, slanderous, or spam. Flow supports the right of our contributors to include illustrations from and to quote from the media texts and paratexts they analyze in the journal for 
purposes of criticism or comment, as […]

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