Copywrongs and media pedagogy

In 2009, I was asked to be part of a panel on “Copyright in the Age of YouTube” that was part of a regular Technology-Enhanced Learning Seminar Series sponsored by the Digital Media Center at the University of Minnesota. I was told that it was purely a coincidence that this …

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Fifty Shades of Black (conference version)

Continuing the slow march through the archives that I promised/threatened to engage in a few weeks ago, here’s a conference paper that I wrote, but never delivered. This was supposed to be part of a panel at the 2018 “Crossroads in Cultural Studies” conference in Shanghai . . . but …

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You Can Look

As I promised (threatened?) last week, I’m going to start sharing a range of “lost”/ephemeral presentations here on an occasional basis. I don’t plan on making any revisions to the texts themselves (a bit of format-cleaning and typo-fixing notwithstanding) — and this also means that there will be citational shortcomings, …

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Reminds Me of Somethin’

So I did a thing tonight as part of this thing. And though I know no one came to see me, when the real stars of the show were Shelby J and Dr. Fink, several people said kind words to me after about my talk. So I figured I’d share …

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2015 ACS Institute: updates, Early Bird registration deadline approaching

Register now to secure a spot at the 2015 ACS Institute! This is a reminder that early-bird registration for the third Association for Cultural Studies Institute ends on the 30th of July 2015. The Institute will be held from 7-12 December 2015 at the University of the Free State in …

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2015 ACS Institute registration opens

A few months ago, I blogged enthusiastically about the Third ACS Institute, which will be held in Bloemfontein, South Africa from 7-12 December 2015. And the Institute’s website is now live, with more information about the event, including registration details and forms. If you’ve got any interest in cultural studies, …

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