My Stint as Guest Host
Segment on assigning podcast projects in media courses
As part of a seminar on Desktop Documentaries at SCMS 2021, I produced a three minute desktop doc about watching The Bachelor with my mom and the experience of popular culture in our every day lives. The prompt was to choose a media text, ask a question about it, research the answer, and record the process on your desktop within 3 minutes.
I’m excited to make more of these to illustrate my work in multi-modal formats in the future.
For more info on the desktop film form – check out this intro video!
I’ve started to take on freelance editing projects for scholars who need help with lecture videos, virtual conference talks, and other research based video editing projects. Check out the trailer I made recently for the Cinema’s First Nasty Women archival film project.
Jennifer Binis and I spearheaded an ongoing crowdsourced effort to compile resources related to Hannah Gadsby’s groundbreaking comedy special, which we named the Nanette Syllabus .
You can also check out Edweek’s coverage of the syllabus effort here!
Comedy Blog Issue Indexes
As part of the SCMS Comedy and Humor Studies Scholarly Interest Group steering committee, I created a website for members to share resources. One of these resources are the “Issue Indexes” meant to act as round-ups of critical writing on recent topics relating to humor and comedy.