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Greetings,

In the spirit of the season, I am pleased to announce a gift to anyone who wants it: a new open access, multimedia site, The Videographic Essay: Practice and Pedagogy, available at http://videographicessay.org . This site collects both previously-published and new versions of writings by Christian Keathley, Catherine Grant, and me, as well as numerous examples of videographic work. We encourage anyone interested in videographic criticism to use this site in classes, scholarship, and personal development  and let us know if you have ideas to help the site grow and flourish!
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The Videographic Essay: Videographic Criticism Homepage<http://videographicessay.org/>
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videographicessay.org

The website emerged directly from the summer videographic workshop, Scholarship in Sound & Image, that Christian Keathley and I have been offering at Middlebury for the past few years. We are now accepting applications<http://go.middlebury.edu/videographic> for June 2020, so we encourage faculty, graduate students, and academic professionals to apply if they want to learn more about this approach to scholarship  and spend two intense and rewarding weeks in Vermont this summer.

Happy holidays!
-Jason Mittell

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Jason Mittell, Professor of Film & Media Culture and American Studies
Chair of Film & Media Culture
Middlebury College
208 Axinn Center
Middlebury, Vermont 05753
(802) 443-3435<tel:%28802%29%20443-3435> / fax: (802) 443-2805<tel:%28802%29%20443-2805>
Blog: http://go.middlebury.edu/justtv
Pronouns: he/him
To schedule an appointment with me, click here<http://mittell.appointlet.com>


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