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Resistance/Agency/ Challenges to Authority. Where the Wild Things Are (1963), by Maurice Sendak. Resistance/Agency/ Challenges to Authority. The Judge: An Untrue Tale (1969), by Harve Zemach. Resistance/Agency/ Challenges to Authority. The Judge: An Untrue Tale (1969), by Harve Zemach.

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resistance agency challenges to authority
Resistance/Agency/Challenges to Authority
  • Where the Wild Things Are (1963), by Maurice Sendak
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Resistance/Agency/Challenges to Authority
  • The Judge: An Untrue Tale (1969), by Harve Zemach
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Resistance/Agency/Challenges to Authority
  • The Judge: An Untrue Tale (1969), by Harve Zemach
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Resistance/Agency/Challenges to Authority
  • The Judge: An Untrue Tale (1969), by Harve Zemach
samples of popular culture use
Samples of Popular Culture Use
  • Analyzing Modern Problems/Solutions
    • Watchmen (2009)
    • Serenity (2005)
samples of popular culture use1
Samples of Popular Culture Use
  • Historical/Perspectives: Views of the West
  • How the West Was Won (1962)
  • Dances With Wolves (1990)
  • Avatar (2009)
samples of popular culture use2
Samples of Popular Culture Use
  • Historical/Perspectives: War
    • Green Berets (1968)
    • Platoon (1986)
samples of popular culture use3
Samples of Popular Culture Use
  • Historical/Perspectives: Gender
    • Dr. No (1962)
    • Skyfall (2012)
samples of popular culture use4
Samples of Popular Culture Use
  • Academic value of unconventional sources: Comics
    • Importance of context
    • Importance of language/vocabulary
use of comics to illustrate issues of body image
Use of Comics to Illustrate Issues of Body Image
  • Men are vastly overrepresented as characters in comic books
  • Male 82%
  • Female 18%
    • (data based on Marvel comic encyclopeia entries)
body type height and weight
Body Type: height and weight
  • Male (average for white men)
    • 5’10” 180lbs
  • For superheroes
    • 65.4% 6’ or over
  • 63% over 180
  • Female (average for white women)
    • 5’5” 140 lbs
  • For superheroes
    • 66% 5’7” or taller
    • 68% under 150 lbs
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Batman

First appearance: 1939

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Green Lantern

First appearance: 1940

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Black Canary

First appearance: 1947

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Double Dare

First appearance: 1999

sample curriculum film
Sample Curriculum: Film
  • Background/Context
    • Early Cold War – Events/Policies
    • Vietnam
      • History/Culture
      • French to American Involvement
  • Primary Documents
    • Perceptions of the War
      • Politician’s speeches
      • Soldiers’ memoirs
  • Film and the Vietnam War
    • Discussion of uses of popular culture first
  • Discussion of film clips
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Sample Curriculum: Film
  • Green Berets (1968)
  • Platoon (1986)
sample curriculum comics
Sample Curriculum - Comics
  • Background
    • Background/Context of War
    • Comics
      • Definition
      • Vocabulary
  • Comics and the Vietnam War
    • Iron Man
    • Man Thing
  • Discussion of Readings/Material
comics and politics
Comics and Politics
  • Definition of a comic: “Juxtaposed pictorial and other images in deliberate sequence, intended to convey information and/or produce an aesthetic response in the viewer.”
    • Scott McCloud, Understanding Comics, p 9
definitions styles in comics2
Definitions/Styles in Comics
  • Icons help characters seem universal
    • (The Adventures of Tin Tin, Herges)