What is the relationship between literary criticism and media studies? How has criticism adapted to the digital revolution?
On the eve of the largest annual gathering of literary studies scholars, a discussion of the presidential theme of this year’s convention with the MLA President who chose that theme.
New episode of The American Vandal Podcast inspired by Ian Bogost’s editorial in The Atlantic on “The Age of Social Media is Ending.”
A ranging conversation inspired by two forthcoming books about genre, work, & visual culture. The authors consider HBO series like “The Baby,” “Barry,” “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” and “The Larry Sanders Show.”
Three scholars reflect back on the pivotal series in HBO’s history.
For her article “Mark Twain’s Modernism” in J19.
A Native Studies scholar and Washoe Tribe of Nevada representative discuss Kerry Driscoll’s book in the concluding episode of Mika Turim-Nygren’s series on Mark Twain Among The Indians.
Second episode in special podcast series focused on Kerry Driscoll’s “Mark Twain And The Indians” features conversation with the author.
New American Vandal Podcast series centers on Kerry Driscoll’s groundbreaking book, “Mark Twain Among The Indians & Other Indigenous Peoples.”
American Vandal episode on Kim Stanley Robinson’s novel, Ministry For The Future, is part of the Worldwide Teach-In On Climate & Justice.