Focus: Narrative Storytelling and Critical Studies
Grady knows the importance of telling a good story. Critical scholars at Grady are constantly monitoring and evaluating the media and its role in culture. Areas of particular focus are research on the history, theory and practice of alternative media and democratic communication. Critical-cultural research at Grady includes immersive studies of Latin American television series, research in Diasporic media cultures and the use of comedy in narrative political satire.
Abstract: This collection of autoethnographic eco-poetry offers a pedagogical vision for environmental education in an age of Climate Change (and its denial). The poems reflect on the author’s efforts at […]Read More
Booker T. Mattison, His film Bosniak screened at the Morehouse College Human Rights Film Festival Thursday Oct 10th at 3:15p and at the Hampton University Film Festival, Hampton, VA Nov. 12th. […]Read More
Abstract: Applying uses and gratifications theory (UGT), this study examined users of four social networking sites (SNSs): Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat, and their influence on online bridging and bonding […]Read More