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TREM 4430W: Television and Radio Criticism (Rodman) (Summer 2021): Home

Prof. Rodman, Fully Online, SUMMER SESSION II 2021, JULY 12TH - AUGUST 16TH

Course Overview

Survey of television and radio criticism. Influence of the medium and of individual programs on American Society. Writing-intensive course.

Prerequisites: Television, Radio and Emerging Media 3841 or 3824 [24.1] or 3951 [25.1] or 3861 [26.1], or 3871 [27.1] or permission of the chairperson; English *1012 [2]. 

Online Class Meetings:
Platform: Blackboard
Office Hours: Monday – Thursday 11:50 – 1:35 after Zoom Meetings

This is a cost-free, OER (Open Educational Resources) course.  All readings for this course will be posted on Bb/Course Documents.  Other readings and viewings will be assigned to individuals for their final project research.

Professor and course info

Professor: George Rodman

Rights Info

Unless otherwise noted, this TREM 1165 Open Educational Resource (OER) was curated by Professor George Rodman for Brooklyn College in 2021 and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non Commercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. [Detailed license and acknowledgements]