Global Engagement > Partnerships > Programs for Partner Institutions > Race, Gender, Class, and Nation – Media Reception Across Global Contexts
In this GLE project, students from DePaul University worked with a diverse international group of students from Coventry University in the United Kingdom to consider how media texts are interpreted across national contexts. Small groups of students from each university shared media texts from their home countries, providing reflection questions for their international partners to consider. After discussing their respective responses to their partners’ media texts, the groups created audio visual projects reflecting on how one’s national, gendered, classed, and sexual identities impact how they understand media texts.
Institution: DePaul University Discipline: College of Communication, Media and Cinema Studies Course name: Diversity and Inclusion in Cinema and TV
Institution: Coventry University Discipline: School of Media and Performing Arts, Faculty of Arts and Humanities Course name: 2010MAPA – Film and Screen Cultures
DePaul UniversityChicago, IL, United States
Coventry University Coventry, England, UK
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Institution: Coventry UniversityDiscipline: College of Communication, Media and Cinema Studies Course name: Diversity and Inclusion in Cinema and TV