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January 2009, Week 4


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"Erin M. Giannini" <[log in to unmask]>
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Thu, 22 Jan 2009 01:07:29 -0000
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I've just finished reading "Gilmore Girls and the Politics of Identity:
Essays on Family and Feminism in the Television Series." It is a series of
essays that provide the close critical readings you were looking for.

> I'm revising my undergraduate media studies course on "Imagery and
> Culture" and wanted to include
> a new set of materials (grounded in cultural/media studies) that provide
> close critical
> readings of recent films or popular television programs through the lens
> of feminism.
> I usually use bell hooks' excellent video Doing
> Cultural Criticism as a visual introduction, but I'd like something more
> contemporary. I could use references to more traditional essays, but would
> also love dynamic texts that combine a theoretical grounding with an
> innovative visual form, perhaps utilizing new media technologies.
> Many thanks in advance.
> Leo Aristimuno
> Video Production and Media Studies
> Dept of Visual & Performing Arts
> Rutgers University - Newark
> --- On Sun, 1/18/09, Elizabeth Haller <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> From: Elizabeth Haller <[log in to unmask]>
> Subject: [SCREEN-L] Call for Papers: Academic Exchange Extra
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> Date: Sunday, January 18, 2009, 11:31 PM
> Submissions are invited from educators, graduates, and post-graduates of
> all
> levels and areas of study for Academic Exchange Extra (AEE)
> (Editor-in-Chief,
> Elizabeth Haller – English Instructor at Kent State University). Qualified
> submissions from undergraduates may also be considered.
> AEE presents ideas, research methods and pedagogical theories leading to
> effective instruction and learning regardless of level, subject or
> context. We
> also seek cogent essays, poetry and fiction.
> Articles to 7,000 words on theory, practice and administration of
> education
> across the full range of humanities and social science-based approaches
> are
> welcomed. Possible theoretical frameworks include: critical pedagogy,
> postcolonial theory, new historicism, postmodernism, feminist theory, as
> well as
> other critical frameworks, cultural studies and perspectives. The use of a
> theoretical lens is encouraged but not required; please see options for
> other
> submission types below.
> We are also interested in social and cultural issues as they intersect
> with
> education. We prefer to include an array of diverse material each month,
> though
> thematic issues may be considered.
> Essays up to 5,000 words are encouraged. Topics may include, but are not
> limited to, the following suggestions:
> - multi-modal teaching
> - distance learning
> - collaboration
> - teaching abroad
> - e-communities and socialization
> - community college retention and transfer
> - service learning
> - remedial education
> - affirmative action
> - marginalized or minority viewpoints and experiences
> - tenure and post-tenure review
> - urban education and issues of student inequality
> - issues faced in special education
> - postmodernism and education
> - canonical revision/non-revision
> - analyses/reviews of recent pedagogical publications
> - response to any topic(s) included in the “Grist for the Mill” section of
> each issue
> We also seek poetry to 60 lines, in traditional or free verse forms.
> Fiction to 7,000 words is also encouraged.
> Subject matter for poetry and fiction is unlimited; however, we will not
> publish inflammatory or libelous works, or works deemed otherwise
> inappropriate
> for this journal.
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> overlooked.  Due to the high volume of submissions received by AEE each
> month,
> please allow approximately six to eight weeks for a publication decision
> based
> on an initial review of your submission.
> Publication date is intended to be within the first week of each month.
> Submissions should follow MLA or APA guidelines. Send your submission as a
> Word
> Document (.doc) or Rich Text Format (.rtf) attachment.
> All submissions must include a 4-5 sentence summary as well as a current
> brief
> bio that identifies your contact information (e-mail and telephone),
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