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Massive Media

pop culture, technology, and communication‌

As part 8 of 12 of our annual special themed issues series, Digest magazine's "Massive Media" issue wants to know how technology, media, communication, and language are affecting people in the past, present, and future.  Pop culture and media through technological advances may influence us in varying ways, from reinforcing dominant social norms to allowing increasing interconnectedness.  New ways of thinking, in addition to ideas that challenge harmful hegemony, may be more accessible with technologies and communication.  What do you think?   We invite academic, casual, critical, and artistic contributions for all special themed issues.

"Massive Media" comes out annually the first week of April.  Our purpose in offering a broad theme is to not limit the large spectrums of topics and experiences having to do with pop culture, technology, and communication..  Thus, if you have something you would like to share and you believe it is connected to this theme, we are excited to hear from you. 

Click here to view a PDF of contributor guidelines; email questions/submissions to: digestmagazine@luc.edu.

Below, each table represents the "Massive Media" issue from that year.  Click on the cover image to view/download the entire digital issue, or scroll down to view/download each individual part, ranging from guest contributors and our regular columns to our special sections like Tell-A-Vision and MadAds.

2011 Release:

PartTitleAuthor
 
1 Turn Off your TV Matthew Williamson
2 The Keyboard is Mightier than the Sword Mia Gutsell
3 How to live in the Past Molly Meacham
4 Feminism in Mass Media Sandra Morin
5 Digital Land of Opportunity Dave Cohen
6 Oz Ray Proctor
7 Inside R Out?: Popular Culture Helped a Southern White Boy J. Curtis Main
8 The Bonfire: So Maybe I Don't want to be a Princess After All Kyla Barranco
9 Screen/Play: Searching for Debra Winger Brandie Rae Madrid
10 Zbody: Sex-negativity and Media Z
11 Color Contacts: Beyond the Box Nlw
12 Quote Corner 25: John Sevigny Collection John Sevigny
13 MadAds: Pixar on Race and Gender Bren Ortega Murphy
14 Glimpses interview: John Sevigny, Photographer J. Curtis Main
15 Faculty Feed: USPS Pixar Stamps Bren Ortega Murphy
16 Tell-A-Vision: M.I.A.'s XXXO J. Curtis Main
17 Bookmark Here: El Muerto Para el Santo John Sevigny
18 Feminist Fires: Donna Haraway, cyber-feminist Brandie Rae Madrid
19 Words are useless: Nomads, Ladies' Bar, & El Muerto Series John Sevigny
20 Words are useless: Urban Sentinel & Landing III Jason Messinger
21 Words are useless: Maple & Scarlet Brooke Lanier
22 Alum Alert: Rebecca Langley, 2010 WSGS Major J. Curtis Main
23 WLA (Re)Animated: Woman Eyes Snake J. Curtis Main
24 Quote Corner 26: bell hooks on television/movies J. Curtis Main

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