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STILL LOOKING FOR A CLASS? TVR 33500 ELECTRONIC MEDIA CRITICISM (Writing Intensive & Diversity Designated) HAS SPOTS AVAILABLE

Contributed by Stephen Tropiano on 09/13/20 

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 NOTE: MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 2020 IS LAST DAY TO ADD/DROP

Additional spaces have been opened for upper-level students IN ALL MAJORS for a three-credit media studies course devoted to the representation of race, gender, class, gender identity, and sexuality on classical and contemporary American television programming. The course is taught synchronously on Monday evenings, 6:50 – 9:30 PM.  The course fulfills the Writing Intensive and Diversity requirements for the ICC. 

 

 Electronic Media Criticism is designed to cultivate your critical thinking and writing skills by analyzing the current industrical, economic, and cultural state of the American television industry and the medium's representation of the racial and sexual "other" and treatment of historical and contemporary social and political issues including the Civil Rights Movement; the Waves of the Feminist Movement; Black Lives Matter; the #Me Too Movement, and the Transgender rights movement.  

The screening list for Fall 2020 includes episodes of AtlantaPoseDear White PeopleFriendsModern FamilyOrange is the New BlackFresh Off the BoatBlack-ishThe George Lopez ShowJane the VirginFather Knows Best, and Master of None.

If you are interested, contact Dr. Stephen Tropiano at stropiano@gmail.com. 

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