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Birth of a Nation and African Women's Roles in War

Dr. Iyelli Ichile joined us to discuss Birth of a Nation, film, and the (un)known contributions, leadership and queendom of African women.


Flashback Friday: Yossi & Jagger and The Bubble

This week we watched two films by Israeli Eytan Fox and discussed, through our fairly limited perspectives, their problematic depoliticization of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. We also buried some more gays. 792 more words

Media Criticism

Learning to Claim Our Victories Or Why Fighting for Justice Is Like Surfing

 What’s most surprising about the response to Trump’s hot-mic moment is the apparent national consensus that speaking — or even thinking — about sexual assault the way Trump did on this video is neither normal nor amusing.    721 more words


Noam Chomsky Unravels the Political Mechanics Behind His Gradual Expulsion From Mainstream Media (Video)

The irony of Chomsky’s media criticism being dismissed by the media is not lost on the former MIT professor, who remains in awe of America’s level of censorship. 633 more words


Introducing Media Criticism Through Showtime's "Shameless"

Introducing media criticism:

Hello readers, my name is Neil Kenworthy and this is the first post on my wonderful blog. I am a student at Towson University studying journalism and this blog will be an intricate part of a media criticism course that is taught by Dr. 2,718 more words

Why is Media Criticism Important?

My name is Austin Tomaszewski and I am a senior at Towson University majoring in criminal justice and minoring in mass communications. If you would like to know more information about me, you can find a brief description of myself and my interests in the… 1,872 more words