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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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Foregrounding Context Through Paratexts

 Cinema Journal Teaching Dossier  Vol. 1 (3) Fall 2013  Charlotte Howell  University of Texas at Austin   The naturalized primacy of the text has a firm grip on many students’ relation to media, but I have found using paratexts in … Continue reading

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Wrestling with Where the “Text” Is

 Cinema Journal Teaching Dossier  Vol. 1(3) Fall 2013  Sam Ford  MIT/ Western Kentucky University   Discussing with Americana his scholarly work on the U.S.-style soap opera, Robert C. Allen (2004) said his interest began in a graduate seminar. Allen recalls … Continue reading

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The Value of the Paratext in Teaching Media in a Foreign Country

 Cinema Journal Teaching Dossier  Vol. 1 (3) Fall 2013  Marc Raymond  Kwangwoon University   In the Fall of both 2008 and 2009, I taught the course “History of American Cinema” in the Department of Cinema Studies at the Korean National … Continue reading

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Is There a Paratext in This Class?

 Cinema Journal Teaching Dossier  Vol. 1 (3) Fall 2013  Jonathan Gray  University of Wisconsin – Madison   A key tenet of my argument about paratexts in Show Sold Separately (2010) is that paratexts are not just additions to the text … Continue reading

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