There will continue to be a need for vigilant analytical criticism of their portrayals such as that so carefully and thoroughly provided by Michael Ray FitzGerald. Article from Howard Journal of Communication Spring 2010 cited. Assisted fourth-grade teacher in maintaining classroom control. Also discussed where and how to find stories and good storytelling methods, in conjunction with my book Mixed Metaphors. Wrote regular column on music business along with local music stories and reviews for bimonthly, statewide trade magazine. Picture Perfect Towns: The Idealized Community and the Perils of Dream Building. All of these, FitzGerald argues, are variations of Defoe's Carib character Friday from his 1719 novel Robinson Crusoe.
Still collecting performance royalties from Broadcast Music, Inc. Responsible for approximately 40 students 20 per section ; designed course work and assignments, provided lectures and activities, grade papers and exams, assessed presentations, provided career advice to students. Organized, promoted and facilitated roundtable discussions attended by prominent music-industry figures for the purpose of educating area musicians and providing networking opportunities. Selected by area newspaper as one of 200 influential people in Jacksonville. Many Indian stereotypes that were derived from European colonial discoursesome hundreds of years oldstill exist in the media today. My book Native Americans on Network Television 2013 cited.
University of Florida, College of Journalism and Communications. Passage from essay 2005 essay in Left Curve quoted, p. Advisers: Jonathan Bignell, Simone Knox. Board of Governors, National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, Florida Branch based in Miami , 1999; served one term. Douglas Anderson School of the Arts. Assistant editor, The Campus Voice.
The American Indian has figured prominently in many films and television shows, portrayed variously as a villain, subservient friend, or a hapless victim of progress. Graduate Students in Mass Communications Association, committee member. Lower- and upper-division undergraduates; general readers. You should start right now! Dissertation title: Superfink: The Native-American Enforcer Figure on U. Research areas: Media history, television geography. The good Indian, the author writes in the introduction, 'helped the white man in his quest to dominate the land.
Writing-lab instructor, University of Florida College of Journalism and Communications. Won Florida Community College Press Assn. Editorial consultant, University Press of Florida. Article from Howard Journal of Communication Spring 2010 cited. My 2005 article from Utne Reader cited. Article from Howard Journal of Communication Spring 2010 cited.
Mass Media Research: An Introduction, Tenth ed. Full scholarship as editor of student newspaper. Engineered and produced demo sessions for area musicians, including future Creed producer John Kurzweg and future Mofro singer J. Contributed creative nonfiction for Web publication. The American Indian has figured prominently in many films and television shows, portrayed variously as a villain, subservient friend, or a hapless victim of progress. Article from Jacksonville Business Journal 2003 cited, p.
Advised museum curator in connection with touring exhibit showcasing Florida musicians and recording artists. New York: Algora Publishing, 2008: 168-169. Review of Fighting Colonialism with Hegemonic Culture: Native American Appropriation of Indian Stereotypes by Maureen Trudelle Schwarz. Politics on Demand: The Effects of 24-hour News on American Politics. Former chair, Division of Humanities and Social Sciences. Ross, Benjamin, Dead End: Suburban Sprawl and the Rebirth of American Urbanism Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014. Assigned and copyedited stories, wrote features and created page layouts in Quark Express.
Review of Equal Time: Television and the Civil-Rights Movement by Aniko Bodroghkozy. Contacted, coordinated and coached writers, assigned stories, edited copy, wrote departmental pieces. Many Indian stereotypes that were derived from European colonial discourse—some hundreds of years old—still exist in the media today. In this study, FitzGerald offers close examinations of such series as The Lone Ranger, Daniel Boone, Broken Arrow, Hawk, Nakia, and Walker, Texas Ranger. American Indian Culture and Research Journal 38 2. Even when set in the contemporary era, novels, films, and programs tend to purvey rehashed tropes such as Pocahontas or man Friday. Wrote music-related stories and critiques for regional entertainment paper.