Monthly Archives: March 2014

Janelle Monáe’s transmedia Wondaland

In trying to come up with some case studies for my book about the politics of world-building that are neither too obvious nor depressingly conservative, it occurred to me that my recent obsession with Janelle Monáe‘s ongoing series of concept … Continue reading

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“Game of Thrones” roundup

As the fourth season of HBO’s insanely popular fantasy series approaches, the number of articles devoted to the franchise is unsurprisingly in the process of exploding. A few highlights: Over at Film Freak Central, Jefferson Robbins dissects the blu-ray release … Continue reading

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