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Teaching Diversity through Satire Literacy at #AEJMC2019 in Toronto

Thanks to my co author Kiah Bennet and all of the students that joined me on this journey! Read more at charisselpree.me/category/research/satire Abstract Several studies reveal that satire is popular among young audiences, making it a potential didactic tool for … Continue reading

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Laughing With vs. Laughing At: Seeing satire through a marginalized lens

The hegemonic dominance of a White, Christian, heterosexual, middle class, male lens, inhibits the audience potential to understand and be impacted by marginalized satire. Continue reading

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Learning and Laughing: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver as Educational Entertainment

My Capstone student, Patty Terhune, a TRF major at Newhouse knocked it out the park this week with a great analysis, a hilarious presentation, and award for Best Capstone Project in the professional programs category for 2017. SO PROUD!!     … Continue reading

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From Julie Hikari Mebane in Intertext

As I listen intently to Dr. L’Pree, a professor at the S. I. Newhouse School of Public Communications, speak on a panel, it does not cross my mind that her presence is revolutionary until she remarks, “I’ve never protested on … Continue reading

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Increasing Individualism in Youth Created Music Videos on YouTube (2007-2013)

Congratulations to Steven Kendrat, a recent MA graduate from the TV, Radio, and Film Department at the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University on having his masters thesis accepted at AEJMC in August! Abstract Since its launch in … Continue reading

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Congratulations Dr. Griffin!

Last week, one of my first McNair Scholars, Whitney Le’lani Griffin, graduated with her Ph.D. in Educational Psychology, Learning Sciences & Human Development and Cognition from the University of Washington. Her dissertation is titled, “Who is Whistling Vivaldi?: How Black … Continue reading

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Teaching Statement

I have taught a wide variety of classes to an even more varied collection of students, and these experiences have led me to a teaching philosophy that focuses on the interests of the students and their individual desire to explore … Continue reading

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