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Fandom as classroom practice : a teaching guide

Author: Katherine Anderson Howell
Publisher: Iowa City : University of Iowa Press, [2018]
Series: Fandom & culture.
Edition/Format:   Print book : State or province government publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Providing ways to engage students through their popular culture interests, this collection brings together several essays, across disciplines, to show how fan practices such as writing fan fiction, creating vids, communicating via Tumblr, and participating in film tourism can invite students to invest more of themselves into their education. Both scholarship and fandom encourage passionate engagement with texts -  Read more...
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Fandom in the classroom practice.
Iowa City : University of Iowa Press, [2018]
(DLC) 2017060665
Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Katherine Anderson Howell
ISBN: 9781609385675 1609385675
OCLC Number: 1019837392
Description: viii, 168 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Contents: Invitation : remix pedagogy in the fandom classroom / Katherine Anderson Howell --
Adaptation as analysis : creative work in an English classroom / Anna Smol --
Becoming a subcreator : response to "Studies in Medievalism: Tolkien and Myth-making" / Rebecca Power --
Researching the Shawshank Trail : fan pilgrimage and service learning / Maura Grady, Richard J. "Robby" Roberson, Jr., and Erika Gallion --
Reblog, like, and freewrite : online blogging spaces in the composition classroom / Leslie Leonard & Lee Hibbard --
Using Tumblr in the classroom : reflection on EH101S / Lingzi Yuan and Yixian Yang --
Fan activities in online university education / Mattias Aronsson, Anneli Fjordevik, and Hiroko Inose --
Teaching deconstruction using fan vids / Shannon K. Farley --
Reacting to (re)edits : a student's experience with vids / John Sanders --
"You do realize the Lion King is set in Africa right?" : utilizing fan studies to teach race/racism in the university classroom / Rukmini Pande --
Waves of fandom in the fan studies classroom / Paul Booth --
Creation and analysis : response to fandom and active audiences class / Ashlyn Keefe --
Appendix A: Interview with Priyadharshini Seetharaman --
Appendix B: Syllabi and course design --
Appendix C: Assignments.
Series Title: Fandom & culture.
Responsibility: edited by Katherine Anderson Howell.

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