A journal of television and new media

Schedule


Flow Conference 2010 will resemble traditional academic meetings in name only: There will be no panels, no papers, and no plenary sessions. Instead, the event will feature a series of roundtables, each organized around a compelling question. To learn more about the structure of the conference, visit our FAQ page. All roundtables will take place in the AT&T Conference Center; visit the Conference Site and Local Info page for more information. Please visit the Conference Events page for information on other conference events.


2010 Roundtable Schedule

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Thursday, September 30th

12:45pm-2:30pmSession 1
2:45pm-4:30pmSession 2

Friday, October 1st

9:30am-11:15amSession 3
12:45pm-2:30pmSession 4
2:45pm-4:30pmSession 5

Saturday, October 2nd

9:30am-11:15amSession 6
12:45pm-2:30pmSession 7
2:45pm-4:30pmSession 8


Roundtables and Participants

Thursday, September 30th

Session 1: 12:45pm-2:30pm

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Session 2: 2:45pm-4:30pm

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Friday, October 1st

Session 3: 9:45am-11:30am

    c) Quality TV and Pedagogy: Formalism, Contextualism, and Productive Tensions (Classroom 202)

  • Michael Kackman, University of Texas – Austin
  • Shana Heinricy, University of New Mexico
  • Rhiannon Bury, Athabasca University
  • Andrew J. Bottomley, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • Linda Levitt, Stephen F. Austin State University
  • Melanie Kohnen, Georgia Institute of Technology
    d) A Month Before the Midterm: The State of Television and Media Practices in the Political Landscape (Salon E – M3)

  • Daniel Marcus, Goucher College
  • Matthew Morris, University of Texas-Austin
  • Michelle Stack, University of British Columbia
  • Paul Stekler, University of Texas-Austin

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Session 4: 12:45pm-2:30pm

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Session 5: 2:45pm-4:30pm

    a) The Sitcoms Have Become Self Aware: A Discussion of the Current American Sitcom (Salon D -M3)

  • Ethan Thompson, Texas A & M University-Corpus Christi
  • Collin Coleman, Georgia State University
  • Evan Elkins, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • Nicholas Holm, McMaster University
  • Nick Marx, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • Steven Alan Carr, Indiana University – Purdue University Fort Wayne

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Saturday, October 2nd

Session 6 – 9:45am-11:30am

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Session 7: 12:45pm-2:30pm

    c) Remodeling Television (Classroom 108)

  • Lisa Parks, University of California-Santa Barbara
  • Noel Kirkpatrick, Georgia State University
  • Todd Sodano, St. John Fisher College
  • Ted Friedman, Georgia State University
  • Caryn Murphy, University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh

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Session 8: 2:45pm-4:30pm

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