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<strong><em>Flow</em> Favorites: Seeing in Spanish: <em>The Nat King Cole Show</em></strong> <br /> <em>Herman Gray / University of California in Santa Cruz</em>

Flow Favorites: Seeing in Spanish: The Nat King Cole Show
Herman Gray / University of California in Santa Cruz
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June 3, 2013

David Murray’s reinterpretation of Nat King Cole prompts me to rehear The Nat King Cole Show, especially in the context of black televisual presence in today’s digital platforms.

<strong><em>Flow</em> Favorites: Gaycoms in a Progressive Age? <em>Partners</em> and <em>The New Normal</em></strong> <br /><em>Stephen Tropiano / Ithaca College</em>

Flow Favorites: Gaycoms in a Progressive Age? Partners and The New Normal
Stephen Tropiano / Ithaca College

Obama, Partners, The New Normal, and the question of marriage equality.

<strong><em>Flow</em> Favorites: Ethics of Exposure</strong><br /> <em>Brad Gyori / Tribeca Flashpoint Media Arts Academy</em>

Flow Favorites: Ethics of Exposure
Brad Gyori / Tribeca Flashpoint Media Arts Academy

A consideration for reality stars’ expected ethics and behavior.

<strong><em>Flow</em> Favorites: <em>Downtown Abbey</em> and <em>Mad Men</em>: The End of the World as We Know It</strong> <br /> <em>Kristen Hatch / University of California Irvine</em>

Flow Favorites: Downtown Abbey and Mad Men: The End of the World as We Know It
Kristen Hatch / University of California Irvine

Between the relations of subordination and domination in the American south and the English countryside.


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