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A new issue of *Flow* is live!
The journal is proud to announce the publication of issue 26.01, a Special
Issue entitled "New Faces, New Voices, New Bodies: Current Thoughts on
Media Representations." We are excited to have contributions from authors
Susan McFarlane-Alvarez, Shearon Roberts, Matthew H. Brittingham, Lisa
Funnell, Danielle Seid, Andrew Gilmore, Mihaela Mihailova, and Christina M.
Knopf. Please see below for more details about the authors' respective

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Susan McFarlane-Alvarez, "'Go Back Where You Come From!': Aesthetic
Identity, 'This Land' and 'Old Town Road'"
Through a close analysis of Gary Clark Jr.’s “This Land” and Lil Nas X’s
“Old Town Road,” Susan McFarlane-Alvarez locates important negotiations of
what constitutes belonging and country (western).
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Shearon Roberts, "#NotMyAriel: Safe Race-Swapping and the Casting of a
Black Woman as Fish"
With the casting announcement of Halle Bailey as Ariel in Disney's
live-action adaptation of *The Little Mermaid*, Shearon Roberts analyzes
the recent history of race-swapping in Disney films.
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Matthew H. Brittingham, "A Bachelorette F***ing in a Windmill"
Looking at the battle between Hannah and Luke on *The Bachelorette*,
Matthew H. Brittingham examines the complicated intersection of faith and
sex in American reality television.
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Lisa Funnell, "Nomi/No Me?: Race, Gender, and Power in *No Time to Die*"
Lisa Funnell asserts that the casting of a Black woman as 007 in the next
James Bond installment reveals growing anxieties about minorities claiming
more institutional and economic power.
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Danielle Seid, "Television is Burning: Revolutionary Queer and Trans
Representation on TV"
Danielle Seid offers a close reading of FX’s *Pose* and the ways it brings
revolutionary queer and trans representations to TV.
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Andrew Gilmore, "*Strangers*: Using the Small Screen to Expose
Andrew Gilmore takes up Amazon’s *Strangers* to reveal the ways the show
addresses the mainlandization of Hong Kong and the rising tide of protests
against the CPC’s influence.
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Mihaela Mihailova, "In Toon with the Times: Diversity in American
Commercial Animation"
Mihaela Mihailova brings attention to the diversity problem in
animation—both on screen and in the industry—and examines a crop of
contemporary programs responding to the call.
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Christina M. Knopf, "Queer Female Superheroes: DC Comics Bombshells Tell
Their Own Story"
Christina M. Knopf examines the industrial trajectory of DC Comics
Bombshells, an all-female comic series that uses wartime premises to assert
shifting gender roles and sexualities and foreground women in civic life
and public spaces.
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Texas at Austin <>. *Flow*'s mission is to provide a
space where scholars and the public can discuss media histories, media
studies, and the changing landscape of contemporary media.
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