Resources: Popular Culture & Media Studies
A terrific e-journal that covers "Political education for everyday life" Special issues on everything from Prisonvision to Jesuslands.
An invaluable resource put together by Daniel Chandler which includes reliable and informative resources and links about key media and cultural studies theorists and the debates around their work.
Another fantastic resource by a leading media critic from UCLA. essays on everything from Baudrillard to the War on Terror and of course the connections between the two.
Another good omnibus site put together by Robin Markowitz
A Web project in continuous development since 1994 by Karla-Tonella looking at the notion of crossing boundaries in all its aspects. A terrific and up to date set of links.
Website of MIT media cultural studies guru Henry Jenkins with a wealth of his articles and ideas.
Based at the USC Annenberg School for Communication, the Norman Lear Center is a multidisciplinary research and public policy center exploring implications of the convergence of entertainment, commerce, and society. Check out their Online Publications
A rich, detailed and authoritative website with lots of resources. A project of The Norman Lear Center at USC Annenberg.
A site maintained by a knowledgeable enthusiast - Paul Schindler. Not the easiest site to navigate but some good information.
An excellent teaching site developed by Professor James R. Elkins
College of Law West Virginia University.
Harry Kreisler is executive producer and moderator of the series, which is produced at the Institute of International Studies at the University of California at Berkeley. Conceived in 1982 by Mr. Kreisler as a way to capture and preserve through conversation and technology the intellectual ferment of our times, Conversations with History includes over 300 interviews with leading figures in academia, journalism and politics. Great Archive.