Tag Archives: Television Studies

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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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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Deconstructing TV’s Buffy

Course Description and Objectives: Buffy the Vampire Slayer is an extremely “full” text, playing on ideological fault lines (the “Hellmouth,” if you will) throughout its 103 hours. The series, self-consciously generic in conception and execution, allows this course to examine … Continue reading

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ScreenSite.org – Online Resource for Media Education and Scholarship

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Elana Levine, “Buffy and the ‘New Girl Order'”

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Hitchcock on the Kuleshov Effect

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“Inside the White House” TV specials archived online

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Meehan on “Why Television is not Our Fault”

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Susan Douglas on “enlightened sexism”

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The Post-Network Era: Understanding Contemporary US Television Culture

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