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[ecrea] New Mediascape Fall '08 Issue!

Wed Nov 05 07:26:22 GMT 2008

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As we eagerly anticipate the outcome of the election, Mediascape is pleased to announce the publication of the <>Fall ?08 issue. In light of the hypermediated political environment that has engulfed our nation for the last few months (years?), we chose to focus this issue on the theme of politics and the political in media. The work in this issue includes:

* ?By, For, and About: The ?Real? Problem in the Feminist Film Movement? by Shilyh Warren * ?Gray of Black? Howard Koch and the Elusive Architecture of the Hollywood ?Lists?? by Heather Heckman
* ?Media Spectacle and the 2008 Presidential Election: Some Pre-Election Reflections? by Douglas Kellner * ?Low and Behold: Using Fiction/Documentary Hybridity to See the Real Damage of Hurricane Katrina? by David O?Grady
* ?New Media as Election Strategy: How Obama and McCain Court the Net Generation? by Brett McCracken * ?Out of the Mouths of Babes: Animated Sitcoms and Political Incorrectness? by Phil Scepanski
   * ?Bad Techno-Subjects: Griefing is Serious Business? by Aubrey Anable
* Allyson Nadia Field, Toby Miller, Bill Nichols, and Chuck Tryon on the Subject of Media, Politics and the Academy

This issue and all content from our past issues are available on our website: <>

We hope you enjoy the issue!


Jennifer Porst and Maya Montañez Smukler

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