Bake cupcakes, do crime.
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Orientalism is alive and well in the wildly popular franchise, argues one scholar.
The late author Joanna Russ had insights about why horror speaks to ordinary experiences and emotions.
Reality shows bring "ordinary people" into our homes as entertainment, presenting celebrity to us "cafeteria-style."
In the 1920s, radio was an exciting new mass medium. It was known for providing entertainment, but educators wondered if it could also be used for education.
One of the most influential historical documentaries of all time almost didn't get made.
They didn't have to do anything besides stand around and look pretty. At least, that was the myth the studios wanted the public to believe.
Movie portrayals of faculty may influence the ideas about professors that students bring to the first day of class.
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