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Teaching Vidding

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Kristina Busse

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Intro Essays to Vidding:
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/nbpos7kdiy76hh7/AACH_IzpY9yor5wiSCrd5_ONa?dl=0
http://journal.transformativeworks.org/index.php/twc/issue/view/10
Coppa, Francesca. "An Editing Room of One's Own: Vidding as Women's Work."
Camera Obscura
(2011)
Tushnet, Rebecca and Francesca Coppa. "How to Suppress Women's Remix."
Camera Obscura
(2011)
Coppa, Francesca. "A Fannish Taxonomy of Hotness."
Cinema Journal
(2009)
Lothian, Alexis. "Living in a Den of Thieves: Fan Video and Digital Challenges to Ownership."
Cinema Journal
(2009)
Lothian, Alexis. "A Different Kind of Love Song: Vidding Fandom’s Undercommons."
Cinema Journal
(2015)
"Fan/Remix Video" Transformative Works and Cultures (2012)
Bironic, Starship (2012)
Brad, Time in a Bottle (2015)
Lim, Blank (2016)
Rhaegal, Wait For It (2016)
Dragonchic, I'm No Superman (2015)
Speranza and Astolat, Anything For Love (2012)
Odessie, All In Together (2015)
Anon, Wriggle (2017)
Lim, Us (2008)
Academic books and essays
Anne Kustritz, “Seriality and Transmediality in the Fan Multiverse: Flexible and Multiple Narrative Structures in Fan Fiction, Art, and Vids,”
TV/Series
(2014)
Henry Jenkins, “Canonical fanvids and the aca-fan,”
Critical Commons
(2012)
Julie Levin Russo and Francesca Coppa, “Editorial: Fan/remix video (a remix),”
Transformative Works and Cultures
9 (2012)
Kristina Busse and Alexis Lothian, “Scholarly Critiques and Critiques of Scholarship: The Uses of Remix Video”
Camera Obscura
26 (2011)
Patricia Fancher, “Vidding: Grassroots Media Criticism,”
Gnovis, A Journal of Communication, Culture & Technology
(2010)
Jonathan Gray,
Show Sold Separately, Promos, Spoilers, and Other Media Paratexts
. NYU Press (2010)
Alexis Lothian, “Living in a Den of Thieves: Fan Video and Digital Challenges to Ownership,”
Cinema Journal
48.4 (2009)

Dissertations
E.C. Stevens, “Exploring the Vid: A Critical Analysis of the Form and its Works,” Warwick University (2015)
Casey Fiesler,, “The Role of Copyright in Online Creative Communities: Laws, Norms, and Policy,” Georgia Institute of Technology (2015)
Suzanne Scott, “Revenge of the Fanboy, Convergence Culture and the Politics of Incorporation,” USC Graduate School (2011)

Art exhibits and video shows
Mashup: the Birth of Modern Culture
, Vancouver Art Gallery (2016)
Total Recut
Gallery (2016)
Mediated UCR
, California Museum of Photography (2009)
Michael Wesch, “An Anthropological Introduction to Youtube,” Library of Congress (2008)

Legal references
EFF, “In the matter of Exemption to Prohibition on Circumvention of Copyright Protection Systems for Access Control Technologies Under 17 U.S.C. 1201, EFF & OTW Docket No: 2014-07” (2014)
Rebecca Tushnet, “I Put You There: User-Generated Content and Anticircumvention,” Vanderbilt Journal of Entertainment and Technology Law 12 (2010)
US Copyright Office, Library of Congress “In the matter of Exemption to Prohibition on Circumvention of Copyright Protection Systems for Access Control Technologies Under 17 U.S.C. 1201, EFF Docket No 2008-08” (2010)
Selected Bibliography for Lim, Us (2008):
Thingswithwings, The Glass (2008)
Selection Criteria:
REPRESENTATIVENESS/POPULARITY
(slash, shipping, character)
ACCESSIBILITY
(comprehesibility
to outsiders)
QUALITY/EXCEPTIONALITY
(editing, aesthetics)
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