Rosa Gomez Gonell's picture

Hypervincle's use in webcomic

Webcomics have created a new narrative, because they are linked to the digital medium and it was necessary a new way to communicate, some of those narrative mechanisms, have been able to trespass the frontiers between the digital comic and the one traditionally published. ... read more »

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The infinite canvas

The intranet has allowed different creators to problematize the narration paradigm established, in very diverse ways, not only with words, but also graphically. When authors realized that there were no walls in the web, they were able to produce different reading experiences, challenging the traditional pagination, creating, among others, the concept of infinite canvas, that sees the internet pagination as a theoretical infinite and that allows a continuity. ... read more »

Rosa Gomez Gonell's picture

The infinite canvas

Whitewashing (and) Asian American Audiences

<iframe width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/0Ll7gt0meuU" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe> ... read more »

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The Infusion of Digital Humanities in the Secondary Education ...

 

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The Chappelle Show and Alternative Facts as an Ego-Defensive Strategy

In 2003, Dave Chappelle released a daring sketch comedy on the Chappelle Show titled, “The Black White Supremacist”. It shows a Black blind man that has grown up believing he was a White man. He turns into the most extreme White supremacist and radically speaks anti-Black profanity all the while thinking he is a White man. [Full video is available here (Strong Language): http://www.vulture.com/2016/02/on-chappelles-show-black-white-supremacist-skit.html] ... read more »

Ashley Hamouda's picture

Cultural Identity in Mass Media Remixes

Between headlines on Twitter bemoaning President Trump doomsday scenarios, one lighter tweet caught my eye: “ ... read more »

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Transproperty and Critical Media Literacy

Recognizing the importance of communication technologies and media practices in education has led to an important curriculum initiative in the United States. The US National Education Association (2010) advocates the adoption of four core competencies: critical thinking, communication, collaboration and creativity as the essential skills students will need for the workplace and for full participation in the civic and cultural life of the 21st century. ... read more »