Exploring the intertexuality of The CW’s Riverdale (2017–present), Caroline N. Bayne focuses on the way that the series exploits the tension between midcentury nostalgia and the darker teen pop culture of the 1980s and 1990s.
Garrett Castleberry compares the Gothic horror tropes deployed by Showtime’s Penny Dreadful with Hammer Horror films by performing a discursive visual analysis of the two sets of texts.
by: Jorge A. González / Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
Una propuesta en cuanto al neologismo “cibercultur@”: entenderlo como un objeto de estudio y como un valor
de desarrollo y empoderamiento social. / A proposal to
use the neologism “cybercultur@” to designate an area
of study, as well as describe a value for development and social empowerment.
by: Jonathan Gray / Fordham University
It is now possible to discover upcoming plot twists in your favorite television series with a little internet research. How does the proliferation of “spoilers” in online fan communities change the way we understand television spectatorship?
by: Judd Ethan Ruggill and Ken S. McAllister / University of Arizona
Everyone Frags Raymond — When Computer Games & TV Forms Collide
by: Jill Dolan / University of Texas at Austin
What The L Word gets “right” about lesbian relationships.