Category Archives: Gender

Sailor Moon: So Close! – Rachel Cox

Yeah, I’m talking about another anime. This time, it’s Sailor Moon.

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Tex Avery and Red- Rachel Cox

Last class, we watched a Tex Avery short, titled “Swing Shift Cinderella.” The woman in the short, commonly referred to as “Red,” was actually a recurring character in Tex’s shorts. In total, she was featured prominently in six shorts. For … Continue reading

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Links to Two Posts on Hitchcock

Did you know that Alfred Hitchcock consulted on an unfinished documentary about the Holocaust 70 years ago?  Now there’s a new film about the previously forgotten film.  Read about it here. For a more commercial read, here’s an interesting post … Continue reading

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Angry White Men

Did that grab your attention?  Wake Forest University Professor Melissa Harris-Perry will make you think about media stereotypes after she gets your attention!

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“Accessorizing Power”: What an Interesting Idea

You might enjoy reading Alessandra Stanley’s article about women, power, and current television series.  The issues are certainly relevant to our discussions in both Culture and the Sitcom and in Gender and Hitchcock this semester. How do popular representations affect … Continue reading

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