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Critical Pedagogies in Neoliberal Times / Cinema Journal Teaching Dossier Vol. 3 (2)

      Critical Pedagogies in Neoliberal Times Cinema Journal Teaching Dossier Vol. 3 (2) / Edited by Courtney Bailey and Julie Wilson Table of Contents I. Approaching the Neoliberal Teaching Scene The Classroom as a Space of Resistance: Disrupting … Continue reading

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Contemporary Ecological Perspectives and Media Education

 Cinema Journal Teaching Dossier  Critical Pedagogies in Neoliberal Times Vol. 3 (2)  Niall Flynn  University of Lincoln   Recent developments in universities have led to high profile cases of academics clashing with institutions and student bodies across the world protesting … Continue reading

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Projection and Modulation: Media Art and Forms of Criticality

 Cinema Journal Teaching Dossier  Critical Pedagogies in Neoliberal Times Vol. 3 (2)  Holly Willis  University of Southern California   The “pedagogical turn” in contemporary art has received significant attention in the context of participatory art practices – thanks to the … Continue reading

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“This is What I Was Trying to Say”: Challenging Outcome Led Documentary Filmmaking in Higher Education

 Cinema Journal Teaching Dossier  Critical Pedagogies in Neoliberal Times Vol. 3 (2)  Ross Adamson  University of Brighton   There is much to be learnt from and through documentary filmmaking across all levels of education: from learning the art and craft … Continue reading

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‘Humanimal’ University: Teaching To Awaken Consciousness of Human and Animal Suffering Amidst Politics of Big Business

 Cinema Journal Teaching Dossier  Critical Pedagogies in Neoliberal Times Vol. 3(2)  Ellen Gorsevski  Bowling Green State University   “The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated.” – [attributed to] … Continue reading

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Critical Pedagogies & Film Education in Neoliberal Times: Notes for Educators who Haven’t Given Up

 Cinema Journal Teaching Dossier   Critical Pedagogies in Neoliberal Times Vol. 3 (2)  Matteo Stocchetti  Åbo Academy, Helsinki University, Arcada University    Introduction Cinema is an influential form of expression with both manipulative and critical potentials. Neoliberalism needs cinema for its … Continue reading

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The Classroom as a Space of Resistance: Disrupting Neoliberal Politics through Critical Communication Pedagogy

   Cinema Journal Teaching Dossier   Critical Pedagogies in Neoliberal Times Vol. 3 (2)  David H. Kahl, Jr.   Penn State Erie, The Behrend College   Introduction   The university was once a space intended to be a bastion of unencumbered critical examination. … Continue reading

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Understandably Critical (of Neoliberalism)

   Cinema Journal Teaching Dossier  Vol. 2(2) Spring 2014  Maurizio Viano  Wellesley College     The paradox in the images evoked by the first two bullets in this dossier’s call for proposals is so striking as to bear scrutiny: on … Continue reading

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America’s Next Top Model: Tyra Banks Gets Angry at Tiffany

This episode of America’s Next Top Model is a gem, as it touches on so many prevalent aspects of popular media culture: post-feminism; post-race; self-branding; neoliberlism and entrepreneurial/enterprising subjects; reality TV/competition shows; bodies; gender, class, race intersections… I often show this episode at the beginning of my media literacy courses and then again at the end of the course. Early on, it sparks lots of discussion and interest. Later, it allows students pull together and see what we’ve learned. Continue reading

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