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Henry Jenkins @henryjenkins Los Angeles, CA

Provost's Professor of Communication, Journalism and Cinematic Arts, USC

528 Following   42,095 Followers   3,345 Tweets

Joined Twitter 3/2/09


"Our society has set children up again and again to succeed and others to fail, not because of ability, intelligenc… https://t.co/JwYl0HIIa9On our latest episode @cmac and @henryjenkins are joined by @janaeisms and @reallovepunk to discuss how fandom fost… https://t.co/PJBdKKgd18
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9/25
2020
On our latest episode @cmac and @henryjenkins are joined by @reallovepunk and @janaeisms to discuss why fandom has… https://t.co/vUkGUS6y3c
Retweeted by Henry JenkinsJanae Phillips @TheHPAlliance and Shawn Taylor @TheNerdsofColor join our podcast this week to discuss the concept o… https://t.co/fEiYKR9xXk"Maybe we’ll look back on this time period one day and wonder just why we were so worried about the dangers of Poké… https://t.co/36zIV84jW8
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9/24
2020
"What if students could spend time designing avatars for their online school spaces and creating instructional vide… https://t.co/CF3czFdZYa
9/23
2020
For more information about Agents of Influence game, visit https://t.co/nAVtlp20YW
9/22
2020
"What about the parents who can’t afford to buy a new laptop? Or parents whose first language is not English who mi… https://t.co/hqz3ymUxDg
9/21
2020
Two amazing women -- Suzanne Scott (@iheartfatapollo) and Susan Kresnicka break new ground in an animated discussi… https://t.co/DyUTPoHVjG
9/17
2020
"We find over and again that the fundamentals of structural inequality matter hugely, and so for the most part, soc… https://t.co/gBF338vVtt
9/16
2020
@mence_creates @amicusadastra @McLinstitute For what it's worth, while I respect McLuhan and draw some inspiration,… https://t.co/MTgP6Mb3OM @DecamerOnline In "The Bias of Communication," Harold Innis distinguishes cultures based on marble and papyrus. Mar… https://t.co/6rvJT2SZpu"As we look toward a post-COVID society, what kind of solutions for families would you like to see gain more tracti… https://t.co/gBVlQ66dR9
9/14
2020
“How Do You Like It So Far?” is back! @cmac and @henryjenkins discuss how the pandemic has shifted many aspects of… https://t.co/n0DqyUO2Uc
Retweeted by Henry JenkinsEight examples of #popular #culture used to symbolise #protest | @conducttr blog: https://t.co/NDF6DeFRrohttps://t.co/TOAvHsLYKc
Retweeted by Henry JenkinsHow is the shift to more screen-based education amplifying existing inequalities? Sonia Livingstone, Meryl Alper, a… https://t.co/soG8BPWcdS
9/10
2020
Today, the Civic Imagination Project team releases a new toolkit to help parents and kids have creative, playful en… https://t.co/YuWyytXeEc
9/9
2020
Anyone out there doing K-Pop scholarship? I am sharing this CFP for a friend. https://t.co/e8Ixr6IcSG
9/8
2020
Susan Kresnicka, Sangita Shreshtova and I wrap up the first round of our "Screen Time in the Age of Covid-19" conve… https://t.co/TCj1rAnDgc
9/4
2020
Today my blog begins a new conversation series focused on parenting, education, and family at the current moment. S… https://t.co/La4GdcjLsT
9/1
2020
Wrong Link -- https://t.co/KKYgbQVKDe https://t.co/kXcyAF3SadFor those who have followed the controversy on our proposed Black Comics series, I have just posted some reflection… https://t.co/ldVualkkb1
8/31
2020
@rawreader @shallowbrigade @shree_thorat @DrWilliamProct1 See my note below. https://t.co/fRFFxZ5VjI
8/30
2020
Two of my favorite thinkers about race and comics square off for what promises to be an epic podcast conversation.… https://t.co/DjJBdna2ifClint Schnekioth, a Lutheran pastor who contributed to our book, Popular Culture and the Civic Imagination, wrote a… https://t.co/hFnPMQpe3PSo proud to be sharing this week my #USC #ASCJ PhD Student Olivia González's thoughtful essay on the controversy su… https://t.co/x0Oa6VcPPH
8/26
2020
I really enjoyed this exchange with Robert about what strategic communication folks need to understand about fan ac… https://t.co/K25Xy7ii6ZOur newest episode of #PRFuture with @henryjenkins and @Kozinets is now streaming on all platforms! 🤩Tune in to lea… https://t.co/Z8iK1HpiPY
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8/18
2020
For those who missed our recent event showcasing critical games studies books from NYU Press by Tara Fickle, Christ… https://t.co/ZsnYNk7dra
8/10
2020
Not to brag or anything, but there's so much truly excellent work coming your way! https://t.co/5kV3MCdMxe
Retweeted by Henry JenkinsA day of good news! Fandom, Now In Color: A Collection of Voices, my edited collection of race/ism in fandom now… https://t.co/PdFu1x38CD
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8/7
2020
NEW! Comics Studies: A Guidebook https://t.co/Tql3McWShC Essays by twenty top scholars, edited by @charleshatfieldhttps://t.co/Gl4ZLnYqIP
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8/6
2020
I have a transmedia joke but it's a bit scattered
7/26
2020
I had a great time participating in this discussion of McLuhan's legacy. Check out the video. https://t.co/yycKa587z4
7/24
2020
@JacobFilmGuy Seems to me to be basic interactive storytelling since depends on choice points structured into self… https://t.co/48OEYRFxAn @cartermoulton I checked a few sources and mostly use “ unified and coordinated.” See Transmedia 101 on my blog.
7/21
2020
Excited to help present the authors of some important new books that expand the domain of games studies. https://t.co/U1gNkrVQ6hFWIW, heard the new novel was about GND via this excellent podcast interview with @henryjenkins and @cmac. See also… https://t.co/kiwUal04nB
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7/18
2020
Look, Ma -- I am now in Hebrew! https://t.co/CJQrOKZIVX
7/16
2020
@cendera AU stories can involve several of the forms of rewriting I discuss in Poachers, but the clearest fit is Ch… https://t.co/O6dXrrAJpO
7/14
2020
These images brought up a flood of memories of wonderful times together. I do hope to get back to India soon. https://t.co/rtXmsRqcACMy USC #ASCJ colleague David Craig shared a poignant essay applying Susan Sontag's work on Metaphors to our current… https://t.co/mjXhFISSrS
7/7
2020
Want to know more about K-Pop fans and Black Lives Matter? Here's a great piece by my #ASCJ colleague Hey Jen Lee. https://t.co/4R2bSR6Iuc
7/6
2020
NYT interviews two of my former students @Netakv and @ioanaliterat about Tiktok and youth activism. https://t.co/LWU4CjZLPV #ASCJ
7/5
2020
And here's episode two of the Comics and Stuff book club with Bryan Talbot, Lincoln Geraghty, Jared Gardner, Bart B… https://t.co/6mx3yFFA5rFor those who have asked, the first two videos of our Comics and Stuff roundtables are now online. Here's the first… https://t.co/cubQa9q4I6Don't forget that tomorrow is the last of the Zoom Book Club meetings focused around my new book, Comics and Stuff.… https://t.co/BYZNVmnZlh
6/30
2020
Happy to read this. Of course, if I ever read a review of one of my books where I am not critiqued for being too up… https://t.co/lLi0nVyCJbConfessions of An Aca-Fan introduces a new series for the summer where comics scholars identify their "desert islan… https://t.co/gHW1uAVU55We are dedicating our weekly research group meeting to exploring this topic. Fascinating development https://t.co/uyFsrKHhsFI agree -- I have only scanned the table of contents but this is a great mix of topics and perspectives, and seems… https://t.co/Q4mkuxduJP
6/24
2020
Just a reminder that the second of my online conversations about Comics and Stuff is tomorrow at 10 AM Pacific. You… https://t.co/r0msZ966ie
6/22
2020
I will be sharing some of our insights on fan activism and the Civic Imagination at #CampGLA July 17-19! Learn mor… https://t.co/LqdXYCjsTD
6/19
2020
@ProfessorLatinx recently released a video cast interview we did together about my work on comics -- including Comi… https://t.co/mle2SEuxEpA good time was had by all yesterday. Please come next week. The video from yesterday will go out soon. https://t.co/i5AokFfoB4I am sure many departments have been soul searching about how we might best reassess the racial dynamics in our com… https://t.co/Iw1QHVrGMF
6/18
2020
I am really impressed by this piece about contemporary youth and politics by a new CNN Reporter, Rachel Janfaza. https://t.co/02XelQwysuI am really looking forward to the first of our Comics and Stuff Zoom book club meetings this weds. I am being join… https://t.co/HHvxHJtOhP
6/16
2020
For my friends interested in New Media Literacies, I was interviewed for a podcast episode focused on participatory… https://t.co/KHdwTNZOM9Reminder -- Register here for the first of a series of discussions around my new book, Comics and Stuff. https://t.co/SHZLGLUZks
6/13
2020
So proud of my advisee @sulafaz for this fascinating research https://t.co/MNnI1s9jEW
6/12
2020
I wanted to help amplify this really important essay from @drtanksley about self-care in the midst of the Black Liv… https://t.co/i4dhN36VO7The students in my Civic Paths research group recently published a report on all of the cool stuff we are doing. Le… https://t.co/4LVux5FeVfHere's how to register for next week's Comics and Stuff virtual book club session. We will be discussing the openin… https://t.co/YjDNq6W2vG
6/11
2020
I am getting hit with lots of press questions this week regarding fan and celebrity activism related to BLM protest… https://t.co/TIfkqZZh3CEdward B. Kang, one of my USC Annenberg PhD Students, reflects on the digital labor and relations amongst creatives… https://t.co/A0eWdFZ0u6Ever wonder what Dizga Vertov would have thought about the imaginary rooms we now construct on Zoom? Here's a few t… https://t.co/iMVEPSrA4AHenry Jenkins has asked me to moderate a series of all-star round tables about his newest book COMICS AND STUFF.… https://t.co/HfQnHionJL
Retweeted by Henry JenkinsThe current moment of participatory culture & youth activism (a la @henryjenkins), distilled in one tweet. https://t.co/oauxO3DNut
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6/9
2020
I wrote a blog post about Zoom as a media practice which comes out tomorrow through @interdiscitaly. Stay tuned. https://t.co/a9b7Dfr9ESHold the Dates: A Zoom book club discussion series around Comics and Stuff https://t.co/dNwhbgKn3s
6/8
2020
@DocDre @iheartfatapollo @hincklet In Civic Paths with @henryjenkins we just put out a book called “Popular Culture… https://t.co/jCZ44BWwHr
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6/7
2020
Before people watch/share images of police brutality, especially on black bodies, *please* read my ⁦@USCAnnenberg⁩… https://t.co/ZP0Z35cC68
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6/6
2020
Now available on my blog: a two-part interview with historian Vincent Digirolamo about the newsboy(girl) in America… https://t.co/jlMruO5EoQ @zjarondinelli @amazon Thanks for the persistence.
6/5
2020
Today, Confessions of an Aca-Fan shares a beautifully written essay that explores Stuart Hall's "Island" roots and… https://t.co/P3CPtn65Ml
6/2
2020
@amimariscal I have my own podcast, How Do You Like It So Far? and I do plenty of other podcasts. I just did an int… https://t.co/rND1AMxnBLI wrap up my interview about Comics and Stuff with some reflections on Emil Ferris's groundbreaking My Favorite Thi… https://t.co/NazdvcIlBUMy ever awesome and wise @uscannenberg colleague @DrAlliRich weighs in at just the right time. Her debut book, now… https://t.co/mm1nw7ckxI
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5/29
2020
Today, I turn my attention to questions regarding Seth, Alice in Sunderland, and the artist as collector, all centr… https://t.co/bn8NolmeRr
5/28
2020
In today's installment of Comics and Stuff, I have things to say about Jack Kirby, comics authorship and the Fausti… https://t.co/4krmfgLRcK
5/27
2020
Can my approach in Comics and Stuff be applied to superhero comics? I sketch a reading of Paul Chadwick's Concrete… https://t.co/Ne0ZtsEfp4Can man approach in Comics and Stuff be applied to Superhero comics? I sketch in a read of Concrete for example. https://t.co/4rqXRINPuS
5/25
2020
@granezmaari Ha! I keep an eye open for people who evoke me on Twitter and like to respond. I care about my readers… https://t.co/4ATt0QHXDN
5/24
2020
@granezmaari Why would you think I wouldn't see your tweet? Thanks for your kind words. I am glad my work has help you.
5/21
2020
@JamesMontoya19 Write me at my USC address (see faculty page) and I will see if we can make it work @derphuneo Depends on how you define terms. If its a functional def., many people read it and write it. If an aest… https://t.co/ajIFmV8wN1 @edgregson Do I look like Reader's Digest to you? :-)
5/20
2020
Sharing special issue of Media and Communication on "Youth Digital Participation" edited by two former students of… https://t.co/OJdR5g2zhJ
5/19
2020
Just posted: an interview I did recently about the global pandemic as it relates to media and popular culture for I… https://t.co/bALEz31b7k
5/17
2020
For my Spanish language followers, here is a subtitled talk that I presented recently via Zoom to a group of studen… https://t.co/HsF6rahUAI
5/15
2020
@NomadWarMachine @kjhaxton @LTHEchat "very short." That doesn't sound like me!Two comics scholars dig into Netflix's Locke and Key and the challenges of adapting comics material for television. https://t.co/Zz4JNQlLvF
5/13
2020
Our podcast, How Do You Like It So Far?, concludes its season with a compelling discussion with @ShelleyStreebyhttps://t.co/5jhS0OIlhXSo proud of my former student Parmesh Shahani whose book, based on a masters thesis in the MIT Comparative Media St… https://t.co/Xo0taxxOAKToday wraps up the virtual roundtable about the direct market and the comics industry. Support your local dealer --… https://t.co/mQP0PXyXXs
5/8
2020
One of the real highlights of the blog series on "Crisis in the Direct Market" are the number of Superhero themed i… https://t.co/wVaKHd6DvH
5/7
2020
Thrilled to see the announcement of this year's #peabodyawards. I was proud to be on the selection committee.… https://t.co/p8KKeBVBNuWant to know more about Comics....And Stuff? Check out this interview I did with @RoroToko! #comics #stuff https://t.co/QDeNLypgfP
5/6
2020

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