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robots in popular culture: labor precarity and machine cute anthony p. mcintyre / university college dublin
“i just expect there to be some trouble”: boyz n the hood and racialization of cinema violence caetlin benson-allott / georgetown university
on feminism, racism, and bewitched‘s not-so-magical politics of fun
phoebe bronstein / university of california san diego
prestige and purpose: the “rise” and fall of the critics’ choice television awards myles mcnutt / old dominion university
a pedagogical experiment in the era of #black lives matter susan courtney / university of south carolina
robots in popular culture: labor precarity and machine cute anthony p. mcintyre / university college dublin
“i just expect there to be some trouble”: boyz n the hood and racialization of cinema violence caetlin benson-allott / georgetown university
on feminism, racism, and bewitched‘s not-so-magical politics of fun
phoebe bronstein / university of california san diego
prestige and purpose: the “rise” and fall of the critics’ choice television awards myles mcnutt / old dominion university
a pedagogical experiment in the era of #black lives matter susan courtney / university of south carolina
women together, not alone: an alternative feminist legacy for the mary tyler moore show bonnie j. dow / vanderbilt university
the mary tyler moore show, american television, and the slow pace of social change elana levine / university of wisconsin at milwaukee
my life with mary: remembering the mary tyler moore show jane feuer / university of pittsburgh
laura petrie and performance as wifely duty annie berke / hollins university
support your local daughter: celebrating mary tyler moore’s glimpse at maternal anxiety emily hoffman / arkansas tech university
can you imagine mary richards as a radical queer? gerald walton / lakehead university
the mary tyler moore show: we need vulnerability and spunk jennifer fogel / suny-oswego
mary tyler moore: the exemplary disruption of the single city girl archetype charisse l’pree / syracuse university
tv finales: breaking up is hard to do casey j. mccormick / mcgill university
interrogating female selfhood, styled identity performance, and visuality in gossip girl meg hansen / dartmouth college
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a pedagogical experiment in the era of #black lives matter
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the mary tyler moore show, american television, and the slow pace of social change
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prestige and purpose: the “rise” and fall of the critics’ choice television awards
a pedagogical experiment in the era of #black lives matter
robots in popular culture: labor precarity and machine cute
“i just expect there to be some trouble”: boyz n the hood and racialization of cinema violence
on feminism, racism, and bewitched‘s not-so-magical politics of fun
prestige and purpose: the “rise” and fall of the critics’ choice television awards
a pedagogical experiment in the era of #black lives matter
women together, not alone: an alternative feminist legacy for the mary tyler moore show
the mary tyler moore show, american television, and the slow pace of social change
support your local daughter: celebrating mary tyler moore’s glimpse at maternal anxiety
the mary tyler moore show: we need vulnerability and spunk
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a pedagogical experiment in the era of #black lives matter
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on feminism, racism, and bewitched‘s not-so-magical politics of fun
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a pedagogical experiment in the era of #black lives matter
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the mary tyler moore show, american television, and the slow pace of social change
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the mary tyler moore show: we need vulnerability and spunk
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