| Liv Grasso, C+MRC Intern | The tenth and final play I worked on in high school was a story of a neurodivergent boy, a dead dog, and a complicated family. The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time is based on Mark Haddon's novel. When I heard Montclair State University's Department of Theatre… Continue reading I Was Curious about “Curious,” So I Wrote a Theatrical Review
People define propaganda differently. Some believe it to be any manipulative communication, similar or equal to advertising, and others give it a more specific qualification.
The C+MRC welcomes Liv Grasso as our student intern for the Spring 2022 semester. Olivia (Liv) Grasso is a senior undergraduate student at Montclair State University in New Jersey. After earning her Associate of Arts degree in Communications from Union County College, Liv is now working towards a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication and Media Arts in the School of Communication and Media. Liv is currently interning for the C+MRC as a blogger.
In C+MRC podcast S2E3 Dr. Tara Conley peels back the veil on visual ethnography as action research that affords reciprocal edification between media makers and their subjects of study.
In August 2020 our own C+MRC Director, Dr. Vanessa E. Greenwood, released her 3rd book, Navigating Media Literacy: A Pedagogical Tour of Disneyland (Myers Education Press). Our intern interviewed her about what makes this book different from all the other books about Disney and why everyone outside (as well as inside) the Academy should read it. Here are excerpts from the interview.