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This week's In Media Res theme focus is Memes (September 12-16).


Here's the lineup: http://mediacommons.futureofthebook.org/imr/

In Media Res | a mediaCommons project<http://mediacommons.futureofthebook.org/imr/>
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In Media Res is a MediaCommons project ... On: "The best thing about human beings is that they stack so neatly": Spectatorship and Platform Performativity from the ...


Monday, September 12 - Robert McEachern (Southern Connecticut State University) presents "Memes as Subversion?".


Tuesday, September 13 - Cameron Lindsey (University of Texas at Austin) presents " 'I hate context!' The Adaptability and Spreadability of Garfield's Many Memes."


Wednesday, September 14 - Lauren Jackson (University of Chicago) presents "Meme Merge."


Thursday, September 15 - Melanie Wolske (California State University, Long Beach) presents "Make America Dank Again: Why Political Memes Don't Work."


Friday, September 16 - Rene Hobbs (University of Rhode Island) presents "Meme-Making for Digital Literacy."


Theme week organized by Ethan Tussey (Georgia State University).


Also, In Media Res has extended its call for "Blockbuster Reflexivity."  Here's the link: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Kydj_bNMXgSgi_SvN_tfAp7rlPvDAg9bT7kT2XKiA34/edit

[https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/R1wbSRrK3mgrWM0SymDnvuY11yBk3Fh-cJZqVaAnQy53aO3uqxG6yVRrkVFqX812m5n7rg=w1200-h630-p]<https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Kydj_bNMXgSgi_SvN_tfAp7rlPvDAg9bT7kT2XKiA34/edit>

Blockbuster Reflexivity<https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Kydj_bNMXgSgi_SvN_tfAp7rlPvDAg9bT7kT2XKiA34/edit>
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IN MEDIA RES FALL 2016 CALL FOR CURATORS "Blockbuster Reflexivity" CALL: In Blockbuster Reflexivity, Liam Burke explains how, in the early 2000s, "film executives, publicity departments, and filmmakers, who had initially greeted online fandom with trepidation, acknowledged its benefits" (14...




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Best,
The In Media Res Team




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