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December 2010, Week 4


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Mon, 20 Dec 2010 14:28:26 +0000
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This week’s In Media Res features Staff Selections from Summer/Fall 2010.

Here's the line-up:

Monday December 20, 2010 – Bill Kirkpatrick (Denison University) presents: Please Feed the Trolls: 4chan and Vernacular Media Policy

Tuesday December 21, 2010 – Steven Boyer (University of Glasgow) presents: Cuddly Kittens and Chainsaw Bayonets: Where Do Kids Fit into Today’s Video Game Landscape?

Wednesday December 22, 2010 – Charlotte Howell (University of Texas-Austin) presents: Westen Meets Lawson: Formula as Brand and the Potential of a USA Network Genre

Thursday December 23, 2010 – Philip Nel (Kansas State University) presents: Metafiction for Children: A User’s Guide

Friday December 24, 2010 – Janet H. Murray (Georgia Tech) presents: Inventing New Conventions for Digital Storytelling

Theme week organized by The In Media Res Editorial Staff (Georgia State University)

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