Hollis Griffin

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PostThe “Oh My Salvatore” Vlog as a Case of “Crazy” but Permissible Fan Behavior Kristen Warner97 years 39 weeks ago
PostHow do you hide behind a Kindle? Using books as screens on screen Elizabeth Lenaghan88 years 2 weeks ago
PostMiss Independent, or Between Women - Reconsidered Karen Tongson48 years 9 weeks ago
PostQueer, There, Everywhere: Buying & Selling Citizenship on Gay Narrowcast TV Hollis Griffin58 years 9 weeks ago
Post“I don’t think anyone has an obligation to do anything”: The pop politics of coming out Craig O. Stewart38 years 9 weeks ago
PostAndy Samberg’s D-ck in a Book?: The Highs and Lows of Marketing Literature on the Internet Hollis Griffin08 years 14 weeks ago
PostNadya Suleman: Drag Mom and/or Social Menace Ronald Becker58 years 14 weeks ago
PostThe Selling of Bookselling Ted Striphas68 years 15 weeks ago
PostTalking Heads: Books, Authors, and Television News Hollis Griffin38 years 15 weeks ago
PostHow I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the "Killer Condom" Kaelin B.C. Alexa...78 years 17 weeks ago
Post“Jumping Your Bones Was Extremely Atypical For Me” Ben Aslinger48 years 19 weeks ago
PostCitizenship in Flames Dana Luciano49 years 1 week ago
PostEl Cazador de la Ciudadana Dana Heller69 years 1 week ago
Post“Sincerity” as Quality TV? Sport, Community, and the Post-Network Era Victoria E. Johnson19 years 8 weeks ago
PostQueer Friendly Avi Santo19 years 10 weeks ago
PostTelevision’s New Publics and Privates: From Mobile Privatization to Trans-Spatial Publicity? Hollis Griffin19 years 11 weeks ago
PostSteel Magnolia: Nancy Grace and the Epistemology of Place Hollis Griffin29 years 11 weeks ago
Post“Where Does a Girl Have to Go to Find a Pool Table: Gender Performance, Leisure, and The L Word in Second Life” Kelly Kessler49 years 11 weeks ago
PostYours or Ours? The L Word’s OurChart, Internet Social Networking, and Identity Michele White29 years 13 weeks ago