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October 2004, Week 3


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Avi Santo <[log in to unmask]>
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Sat, 16 Oct 2004 23:06:32 +0000
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Please circulate widely. Apologies for cross-listings

Flow: A critical forum on television and media culture will launch its first
issue on Friday, October 8, 2004. The Flow web address is .

Flow’s mission is to provide a space where researchers, teachers, students,
and the public can read about and discuss the changing landscape of
contemporary media at the speed that media moves.

The first issue will feature columns from Anna McCarthy, Michael Curtin,
Cynthia Fuchs, and Robert Schrag as well as a guest column by Henry Jenkins.

Other regular columnists include Eileen Meehan, Mary Beth Haralovich,
Mimi White, Jim McGuigan, Doug Kellner, Tom Streeter, Frederick Wasser,
Anna Everett, Chris Anderson, Brian Ott, Heather Hendershot, John Sinclair,
Faye Ginsburg, Allison McCracken, and L.S. Kim. In addition, each issue
will feature a guest column from a leading scholar in media studies
(upcoming guest columnists include Tom Schatz, Horace Newcomb, Sharon
Strover, Michele Hilmes, Toby Miller, Shanti Kumar, Tara McPherson, Laurie
Ouellette, and Will Brooker), as well as an ever-expanding set of resources
including syllabi, bibliographies, links, and news. There are also
opportunities to contribute one-shot columns
on specific topics for any interested parties.

Please print out the flier available at the following URL:
and circulate it amongst your peers and students.

Flow is organized around short, topical columns written by respected media
scholars on a bi-weekly schedule. These columns invite response from the
critical community by asking provocative questions that are significant to
the study and experience of media. Visitors are welcome to use Flow as a
community forum, a site of pedagogical engagement and classroom discussion
or as a space for philosophical debate about our daily experiences of media.
These columns will engage with current television programs and viewing
practices while posing critical questions about representation (race,
gender, class, sexuality, etc), reception (fandom, international audiences,
etc.), industry practice (network branding, product placement, scheduling,
etc), technology (interactive television, internet/ television convergence,
etc), and modes of address(genres, narrative conventions, etc).

Flow is a project of the Department of Radio-TV-Film at the University of
Texas at Austin. Flow is coordinated and edited by graduate students in the
Department of Radio-Television-Film. Flow is sponsored by the UT RTF
Department and the University of Texas Press.

Screen-L is sponsored by the Telecommunication & Film Dept., the
University of Alabama: