Aurally, Visually, Virally: Choreographing Race From Fosse to Beyoncé
Priscilla Peña Ovalle / University of Oregon (7)
An examination of the racialized bodies in “Meixican Breakfast” and its derivations.
An examination of the ethical considerations circulating around p2p file sharing.
An examination of the intersection of music and performance in the urban setting and new media.
Life on Mars as Seen From the United States: The Cultural Politics of Imports and Adaptations
Serra Tinic/ The University of Alberta
Serra Tinic considers the transplantation of the UK police series Life on Mars to the US setting.
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