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by: Joe Straubhaar / University of Texas at Austin
O mito de democrácia racial no Brasil posiciona o pensamento crítico sobre os textos de televisão em termos de classe, mas entrevistas em Salvador, Bahia, Brasil, mostra uma tendência entre algumas pessoas de pensar em termos raciais e criticos. / A widespread myth of racial democracy in Brazil tends to position critical thinking about television texts in terms of class, but interviews in Salvador, Bahia show an emerging tendency among some to think in more critical racial terms.
by: Dan Leopard / St. Mary’s College of California
In the second part in his discussion of screens in our daily lives, Leopard considers the implicit training and conditioning of ICT’s virtual and miltary-funded Flatworld Project.
by: Vicki Mayer / Tulane University
Vicki Mayer watches New Orleans endure Hurricane Katrina while on sabbatical in the Amazon.
by: Dan Leopard / University of Southern California
Dan Leopard considers the screens we ignore as we shop for food.
by: Faye Ginsburg / New York University
It’s one of those unseasonably warm Saturdays in November, a beautiful autumn day in New York City that competes with the films being shown in darkened rooms during the annual Margaret Mead Film Festival.