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Ethnomediology

Chronotopes vs. Archetypes

Answering questions in my office the other day got me thinking of a more solid way to represent a concept I’ve been unpacking for years now, a concept that is, for most, too nebulous to grasp any pragmatic sense of its usefulness for creating and interpreting narratives: the chronotope. The word literally means “timespace,” but […]

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Further Thoughts and Reflections About Media Narratives

I just have a few other things to comment on concerning the recent forum, “Exploring Othering and Disillusion in Media Narratives,” by way of analyzing another campus media outlet that missed the mark in its essential representation of the event. There’s quite a tangled web of intersections in this exploration, so if you’re interested in reading […]

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Ethnomediology

Reflecting on the Recent Panel: “Exploring Othering and Disillusion in Media Narratives”

On Wednesday last week (February 15th) I had the opportunity to present some of my work in the 44th English Forum at the literature department here at Troy, a panel that we titled “Exploring Othering and Disillusion in Media Narratives.” The panel consisted of myself and three other presenting professors, two of whom were from the literature department […]