689: [Canceled] The Revolution Might Not Be Televised: Intersectional Feminisms and Popular Culture

12:00 PM–1:15 PM Sunday, Jan 6, 2019 (US - Central)

Hyatt Regency - Grand Suite 3

Session Information

Description: For many years television has been the art of the masses. People from various socioeconomic, racial, ethnic, differently abled, and LGBT groups could access TV and with it the possibilities of liberation. Panelists explore the implications of the sheer number of options available today and ask, Can television continue to elaborate the possibility of liberation in the time of Netflix, Hulu, 1001 channels, and the Internet? What does this tell us about social change?


Gwendolyn Pough, Syracuse U


Kinitra Brooks, Michigan State U

Chesya Burke, U of Florida

Robin Riley, Syracuse U