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NWSA Journal 15.2 (2003) 229



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The Women in Black Art Project is available for loan through December 2003. The costumes will be on loan this summer to Japan Women in Black and in Australia. For further details, or to discuss borrowing the costumes contact MJ Aagerstoun at mjaag@wam.umd.edu or call 202-234-6038.

America Strikes Back? Critical Media Literacy in Times of War is a multimedia, Flash 6 website designed to encourage users to analyze contradictory stories about U.S. policy towards Iraq and Afghanistan represented in conservative-, liberal-, and progressive-biased international and domestic print media. Ideally suited for anyone teaching or studying media, political events, and U.S. foreign policy, the site was conceived and is directed by Dr. Megan Boler, Interim Women�s Studies Director at Virginia Tech. The site encourages discussion of such issues as media blackout, use of sources, absence of press coverage, and bias in any media. Access the site at http://www.tandl.vt.edu/Foundations/mediaproject/.

 



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Additional Information

ISSN
2151-7371
Print ISSN
2151-7363
Pages
p. 229
Launched on MUSE
2003-09-04
Open Access
No
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