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random thoughts from media scholar Jason Mittell
Check out my books:Complex TV: The Poetics of Contemporary Television Storytelling How To Watch Television Television & American Culture
Genre and Television: From Cop Shows to Cartoons in American Culture
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- RT @mit_cmsw: First posted online, but amazing in print. twitter.com/deray/status/7… 20 hours ago
- This SNL sketch might exist solely to amuse TV scholars, but it’s worth it: nbc.com/saturday-night… 21 hours ago
- RT @cecicardelle: When you protest a Trump rally but no one realizes your shirt says "Latinas AGAINST trump" so they take pics w/ you like… 21 hours ago
- RT @zunguzungu: "FEC Extends Election By 7 Months To Give Nation Chance To Better Get To Know Candidates" theonion.com/article/fec-ex… 1 day ago
- RT @AshantiGholar: Check out this talk by my wonderful and super sweet colleague @RuthHardyVT! #WhySheRuns twitter.com/RuthHardyVT/st… 2 days ago
- Learn Videographic Criticism – at Middlebury and on the road!
- Specifications Grading for a New Course
- Return to Specifications Grading
- Announcing Two Additional Videographic Criticism Workshops!
- Mind the Gap: Brief Thoughts on Seriality from Berlin
- Institutionalizing Open Access
- The Videographic Essay: A New Book
- ADAPTATION.’s Anomalies: A New Video Essay
- First Update on My Specifications Grading Experiment
- Academics Writing for the Public