Activism and Social Movements / Critical Media Studies / Critical Pedagogy / Cultural Studies / Disability Pedagogy / Gender Studies

Book Talk and Discussion on Disability Studies and the Hollywood Industrial Complex

!! Book Talk and Release !! 

Conversations in Conflict Studies Series presents~

Friday, February 25, 2011 at 12:30 p.m.
…400 Eggers Hall, the PARCC Conference Room
Syracuse University, New York

Book Talk and Release of
“Hollywood’s Exploited: Public Pedagogy, Corporate Movies, and Cultural Crisis” (Palgrave 2010)

Please join us as co-editor Anthony Nocella, Instructor at SUNY Cortland who is finishing his Ph.D. at Syracuse University, discusses this book.

Also a  skyped in Guest Talk by international respected Scholar in Education: Dr. Shirley Steinberg

Also Skyped in Co-Editor Dr. Tony Kashani, Union Institute & University and many others to talk about their chapters and the books contributions to the field of media studies.

Nocella will talk about his chapter with Tony Kashani
“Hollywood’s Cinema of Ableism: A Disability Studies Perspective on the Hollywood Industrial Complex”

Hollywood’s Exploited is an interdisciplinary anthology that provides a compelling analysis of contemporary Hollywood film texts and the larger industry and society in which they develop. This text critically examines how identities are constructed and reinforced through film and includes chapters by Douglas Kellner, Karen, Carl Boggs, and Shirley R. Steinberg.

Edited by Benjamin Frymer, Tony Kashani, Anthony J. Nocella, II, and Richard Van Heertum; with a Foreword by Lawrence Grossberg and Preface by Toby Miller.

“This is an important text that sheds a powerful new light on the exploitation industry we have come to know as Hollywood. It is a book that demands a close reading.”–Peter McLaren, Professor of Urban Schooling, University of California, Los Angeles.

Pizza will be served.
The Maxwell School of Syracuse University
4OO EGGERS HALL • TELEPHONE: 443-2367
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