The Tudors, Henry Jenkins, and going big: making scholarship accessible to a popular audience.Read more
Survivor Goes Global: The Political Economy of an International Reality HitRead more
Panic at NATPE 2008 betrayed the conference’s recurring party line of optimism.Read more
An examination of the relationship between popular music and visual images from the “Golden Age” of Ed Sullivan to the retro archive/D.I.Y. venue that is YouTube.Read more
Perhaps I should come straight out with it – and I’m not proud about this – I don’t watch television very much at all.
An examination of the implications for democracy of the coming transition from analog to digital television.Read more
Examines the ideological implications of pregnancy in Lost and Children of Men.Read more
Further exploration of the strange appeal and relatability of the serial-killer sociopath hero of Dexter.