Critical Media Studies

FG212 at Raizes

Block 2 2017 at the Raízes|Roots: Transformations in Contemporary Brazilian Art Exhibit with Guidance from Professor Naomi Pueo Wood (Co-Organizer and Host), Mitra Ghaffari, and Featured Photographer Ana Carolina Fernandes

FG212/RM200/FM205 Critical Media Studies teaches the competencies necessary for analyzing media codes and conventions and interpreting the myriad meanings and ideologies generated by media texts. Explores how gender, race, sexuality, class, citizenship, and other social, cultural, and political markers are constructed in media, including counter-hegemonic media texts. Examines the ways audiences resist and reproduce dominant media narratives.




Match the Ads

Block 2 2017 during the #MatchtheAds Workshop

Final Project Index

For the final project in FG212, student groups produce final projects that critique existing media and present new media that resists/challenges the problems they’ve identified. Along those lines, please note that the student-created projects on this site do NOT represent research findings and/or generalizable knowledge. Rather, these projects represent these students’ pursuit of knowledge.

Block C 2021

Block 4 2018

Block 2 2017

Block 4 2016

Block 5 2016

Block 4 2014

Block 2 2012


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