This is prison food you'd actually want to eat. Abrams, a publisher known for its high-end art books and cookbooks with drool-worthy photos of food, has teamed up with the producers of Netflix's “Orange is the New Black” to create "The Cookbook: Bites, Booze, Secrets, and Stories from Inside the Big House."
Three weeks ago*, the MacArthur foundation announced this year’s crop of “genius grant” award winners, which honored the incredible Native feminist and activist Sarah Deer, as well as 20 other amazing (and amazingly diverse) folks. Among that group was Alison Bechdel, a comic artist and author, but more commonly known for her creation of what we now call the “Bechdel Test.”
The Bechdel test is a simple test to evaluate films (and other media) for portrayals of women. To pass the test, a film must have:
1) Two female characters (some variations of the test say that they must have names, which is fair I think)
The sociology of music is approached from a cultural perspective, meaning sociologists study “issues dealing with subcultures, reproduction of inequality, globalization, identity formation, and social movements” (Dowd 2007: 250). One area of interest for the sociology of music is the organization of music and its mass production in the market (Dowd 2007: 252). This raises the question of what makes for popular music and why. It is also important to study the distribution of songs once they are made and how artists, labels, and producers actually earn money.
This guest post by Soraya Chemaly previously appeared at The Huffington Post and is cross-posted with permission. A new study, Gender Bias Without Borders, was released by the Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media this recently.
Meg Griffin Tina Belcher Written by Erin Tatum. One of my favorite things about fall is watching the majority of my favorite shows come back from hiatus. I’ve been a loyal viewer of Fox’s Animation Domination Sunday night lineup for years.