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Revision as of 14:21, 26 October 2010

TCF 311 Critical Studies in Television is a discussion-oriented course taught by Jeremy Butler.

Course objectives

The online syllabus is over here (Fall 2010):


Online study guides

Chronological order

List of discussion notes

Category:TCF311 Discussion

Study groups

Group 1

  • Lauren Adams
  • Sara Beth Binford
  • Lindsey Clardy
  • Caitlyn Cofer
  • Matthew Eichenblatt

Group 2

  • Katrice Ewanich
  • Dave Folk
  • Victoria Gale
  • Chadwick Haynie
  • Jonathan McMath

Group 3

  • Spencer Perry
  • Chris Shirley
  • Melissa Smith
  • Abby Southerland
  • Boyd Taylor

Group 4

  • Justin Teel
  • Reagan Tice
  • Penny Vinson
  • Logan Watson
  • Joe Yardley

Texts & resources


  • Jeremy G. Butler, Television: Critical Methods and Applications, Third Edition (Mahweh, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, 2007). See the companion Website at TVCrit.com.
  • Robert C. Allen, Channels of Discourse, Reassembled, second edition (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1992).

Articles and book chapters