Allison Perlman

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PostExploring 'Educational Entertainment': ‘On (the) Ontogeny of Orange Oscar’ Josh Shepperd54 years 49 weeks ago
PostJesus 2.0: Christian Identity and Community on Godtube Allison Perlman35 years 4 weeks ago
PostAccess of Evil: Google, Verizon and the Future of Net Neutrality Jennifer Holt95 years 8 weeks ago
PostFlying Classrooms in the Midwest: The MPATI’s Experiment in Regional Educational Television Allison Perlman86 years 5 weeks ago
PostThe Great American Dream Machine Laurie Ouellette66 years 8 weeks ago
PostBlacking Out "Black Journal": Race, Resistance, and the Politics of Public Broadcasting Allison Perlman26 years 10 weeks ago
Post"Where's the Human Voice?" It's on Public Radio Jim Burress66 years 10 weeks ago
PostPlease Feed the Trolls: 4chan and Vernacular Media Policy Bill Kirkpatrick107 years 55 min ago
PostLaw in the Text Tom Streeter47 years 16 weeks ago
PostThe Politics of the "Same Level Playing Field": Race, Citizenship, and Net Neutrality Allison Perlman37 years 16 weeks ago
PostUnsettling Accounts: The Cultural Life of Hollywood Economics in Johnson v Rysher, Celador v Disney, and so on Josh Heuman57 years 16 weeks ago
Post$#*! That Lawyers Say: Or, the Nine-Sixteenths of a Second That Shocked Television (Sort Of) Cynthia Chris37 years 25 weeks ago
PostFemale Foxes: Playing the ‘Right’ Woman on Fox News Jeffrey P. Jones27 years 27 weeks ago
PostDan Smoot, Arid Pundit Heather Hendershot47 years 27 weeks ago
PostLessons from Buckley: Race and the American Right Allison Perlman77 years 27 weeks ago
PostThe Reagan Brand Tim Raphael27 years 27 weeks ago
PostFalling Man and Mad Men (1:54) Gary Edgerton158 years 7 weeks ago
PostThe Oppressive Rectangularity of the Fluorescent Light Jeremy Butler68 years 7 weeks ago
PostG.I. Dick: Don Draper as Korean War Veteran Allison Perlman78 years 13 weeks ago
Post"Mad Men" and/as Teleparody David Lavery98 years 14 weeks ago
PostWhy Women Don’t Get Ahead In Advertising Janet McCabe and ...78 years 20 weeks ago