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Teaching Local Television History with Primary Sources

Cinema Journal Teaching Dossier Teaching with Primary Sources Vol 4(3) Stephen Groening University of Washington The curriculum for my department’s new major in Cinema and Media Studies includes an upper-division course entitled “Television History;” as the new hire in Television … Continue reading

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Teaching Radio History to Help Save It?: Listening, Radio Preservation, and the History Classroom

Cinema Journal Teaching Dossier Teaching with Primary Sources Vol 4(3) Christine Ehrick University of Louisville An essay entitled “Private Passion, Public Neglect: The Cultural Status of Radio, written in 2000, lamented the neglect of radio as a subject of academic … Continue reading

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Film History Comes Alive: Primary Materials Research as Participatory Pedagogy

Cinema Journal Teaching Dossier Teaching with Primary Sources Vol 4(3) Emily Carman Chapman University Although my university is just thirty-seven miles south of Los Angeles—home to many impressive film and television archives and special collection libraries—my students often lack transportation … Continue reading

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Teaching with Primary Sources: Media Studies and the Archive/ Cinema Journal Teaching Dossier Vol 4(3)

        Teaching with Primary Sources: Media Studies and the Archive Cinema Journal Teaching Dossier Vol 4 (3)  Edited by Kate Fortmueller, University of Georgia and Laura Isabel Serna, University of Southern California Table of Contents Rebooting Studies … Continue reading

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DH and Media Studies Crossovers/ Cinema Journal Teaching Dossier Vol. 3 (3)

          DH and Media Studies Crossovers Cinema Journal Teaching Dossier Vol. 3 (3)  Table of Contents  Producing Knowledge in the Media Studies Classroom: Working with Wikis by Lauren S. Berliner Collective Reading: Shot Analysis and Data Visualization … Continue reading

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Teaching Subtitles as Historiographic Research

Cinema Journal Teaching Dossier DH and Media Studies Crossovers Vol. 3(3) Kevin L. Ferguson  Queens College, City University of New York I see this question on Twitter: “Someone shouting, ‘We got company!’ is a classic action movie cliché. Does anyone … Continue reading

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ClipNotes in the Classroom: Video Annotation Software for Instruction and Collaboration

Cinema Journal Teaching Dossier DH and Media Studies Crossovers Vol. 3(3) Andrew deWaard University of California, Los Angeles DH + CMS The fields of Digital Humanities and Cinema & Media Studies are an increasingly fruitful pairing. Rather than traditional publication, … Continue reading

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Collective Reading: Shot Analysis and Data Visualization in the Digital Humanities

Cinema Journal Teaching Dossier DH and Media Studies Crossovers Vol. 3(3) Joel Burges, Nora Dimmock, and Joshua Romphf University of Rochester In this essay, we discuss a mode of reading we call “collective reading,” which continues and changes traditional shot … Continue reading

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Producing Knowledge in the Media Studies Classroom: Working with Wikis

Cinema Journal Teaching Dossier DH and Media Studies Crossovers Vol. 3(3) Lauren S. Berliner University of Washington, Bothell Over the past decade, Wikipedia has inspired ongoing debates in higher education over the extent to which its crowd-sourced encyclopedic entries should … Continue reading

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Call for Proposals

“Critical Lessons on Media Industries” Submission deadline: February 20, 2017 Helping students think critically about media industries is crucial for developing their media literacy skills and preparing them to understand the way in which ownership structures, regulatory policies, and profoundly … Continue reading

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