Editor's Introductions

“Teaching about Food and Media” Editor’s Notes and Introduction
Heidi Zimmerman

“Teaching Media Production: Civic Engagement” Editor’s Notes and Introduction
Rebecca Jurisz

“Teaching #BlackLivesMatter: Media, Race, and Social Movements” Editor’s Notes and Introduction
Elena D. Hristova

“Teaching Postfeminism and Media Culture” Editor’s Notes and Introduction
Lauren Weinzimmer

“Media and Environment: Teaching in/about the Anthropocene” Editor’s Notes and Introduction
Joy Marie Hamilton

Lesson Plans

Lawyers, Doctors, and Cops…oh my!: Exploring Racial and Gendered Labor Divisions on Television
Erika M. Behrmann

Producing Social Justice PSAs: Fostering Students’ Civic Engagement through Media Production
Mia Fischer

#BlackLivesMatter as A Case Study in the Politics of Digital Media: Algorithms, Hashtag Publics, and Organizing Protest Online
Heather Woods and James Alexander McVey

Twine as Alternative Media: Video Games, the Culture Industry and Social Change
Benjamin Thevenin

The Internet, Capitalism, and Food Activism: Helping Students See the Connection
Kristen L. McCauliff

Short Documentary Production
Yahia Mahamdi

Sustainable Filmmaking: Understanding Image as Resource
Graig Uhlin

Ethical Consumption (Assignment)
Nadia Dawisha

Access to Media Production Equipment is a Privilege: Using Our Resources to Give Back to the Community
Jennifer Toole

Allissa V. Richardson

Diving into Food Justice: Food Waste in the Anthropocene
Kathleen P. Hunt and Abby M. Dubisar

Problematizing Transgender Visibility in Talk Show Interviews
Ace J. Eckstein

Film, Food, and Finances: Students Engaging in Food Insecurity
Laura K. Hahn and Michael S. Bruner

Civic Engagement Through Multicamera Studio Production
Peter Gregg

Making a Video and Making a Difference Using Social Media: A “Call to Action” Approach
Tia Tyree

Ten Things I Hate About the “F” Word: Analyzing Definitions of Feminism Using Legally Blonde and 10 Things I Hate About You
Krista Hoffmann-Longtin and Sarah Bonewits Feldner

When EcoMedia Gets Weird: Björk—Timothy Morton—Anthropocene
Andy Hageman

Assessing Consumer Discourse and Possibilities for Change through the Buycott App
Raechel Tiffe