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Suggested resources for Professor Katherine Sender's fall course. Helpful for those studying television, new media, digital media, and looking for both primary sources as well as secondary literature on these topics. Resources on television studies Use the resources below to find books, articles and other materials on television studies.
Reference sources and background info Sage Handbook of Television Studies. Sage Video: Media, Communication and Cultural Studies Find video resources lectures, documentaries and tutorials on communication and media studies topics, such as television studies, audience reception, textual analysis, convergence, etc. Blackwell Companion to Television Collection of 31 original essays that charter the field of television studies over the past century.
Introduction to Television Studies by Bignell Find articles Communication and Mass Media Complete Provides coverage of more than journals in the communication and mass media fields, including full-text for more than journals. Coverage for significant titles in the field goes back to their very first issue as far back as Access restricted to current UM students, faculty and staff. ProQuest Research Library Indexes over 2, journals and magazines covering all fields and topics, academic and popular, beginning as early as Access limited to current UM students, faculty and staff.
MLA International Bibliography Subject index for books and articles published on modern languages, literatures, folklore, and linguistics. Other topics include literary theory and criticism, dramatic arts film, radio, television, theater , and history of printing and publishing. Especially useful for interdisciplinary subject areas.
Logics of television: essays in cultural criticism.
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Wolf Mark J. Edgerton and Jeffrey P. Taurus, , [p. Pearson, op. Characters from even further south in the seven kingdoms, such as those from the kingdom of Dorne, speak English with vaguely mediterranean-sounding accents, and have cast actors like the Chilean-American actor Pedro Pascal and the Indian-Swiss actress Indira Varma. Dan Hassler-Forest currently works as an assistant professor of film and literature based in the English department of the University of Amsterdam, and is a frequent public lecturer on contemporary film, adaptation theory, animation and digital cinema, urban studies, and theoretical approaches to popular culture.