Guest blogging on Henry Jenkins’s site
Just a heads up that I’m guest blogging on Henry Jenkins’s blog, as part of his continuing series exploring gender and fandom/fan studies. I was honored to be invited to bat leadoff – the first and second part of my conversation with Karen Hellekson is online now. If you read my blog and not Henry’s and Karen’s, definitely check out their sites. Enjoy!
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random thoughts from media scholar Jason Mittell
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