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(mis)Representing Difference in Media and Everyday Items

Deadline: May 01, 2011

Deadline: May 1, 2011
Fall 2011 - (mis)Representing Difference in Media and Everyday Items - Susan Booker Morris, former director of Jim Crow Museum, Ferris State University, guest editor.
         Although reason and discourse are important in framing and communicating ’truths’ about the human being, increasingly visual representation is serving to communicate attitudes, histories, beliefs, and values. This special issue on the representation of the ‘other’ invites your analysis of race, ethnicity, nationality, queerness, or gender as found in representations in television, ads, films, photographs, video games, computer images, etc. As these othernesses are constructed, the visual representation is one arena in which the construction takes place and is disseminated. Any theoretical bases are welcome. Use of the Jim Crow Museum at www.ferris.edu/jimcrow is particularly encouraged but not required.   Send inquiries and papers to Susan Booker Morris at: morrisus@ferris.edu.

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