Courses: Kelli Marshall
Sitcom, Satire, Sketch
Sitcoms: Gender, Class, Race
Sitcoms: "Quality TV"
Sitcoms: Comedy Verite
Satire: A History
Satire: Political Change
Satire: Spoofing the Industry
Sketch: The Function of Humor
Sketch: Post Chappelle
Emailing (Good Form)
Sharing a Google Doc
Intro and Thesis: Guide
Intro and Thesis: Examples (Short Project)
Intro and Thesis: Examples (Longer Project)
What Is a Video Essay?
Writing about Film and TV
What does the reading mean that media are environments themselves?
How do media allow viewers/users to confront and resolve daily anxieties or guilt? How have you used media in this way?
Which of the three means of addressing guilt is the one that most concerns people who study media? Why?
How do comedies and tragedies help us work through guilt?
Explain medium theory in your own words.
What is the difference between considering something from a micro-level and a macro-level?
How many names are there for the culture in which we're currently living, according to our reading?
What does third-wave media mean?
What are the four characteristics of third-wave media? And the logics of it?
Do you think third-wave media has hurt us as a society? Why or why not?