This week's In Media Res theme focus is the Hulu television series The Handmaid's Tale (May 1 - 5).
Here is the lineup: http://mediacommons.futureofthebook.org/imr/
Monday, May 1 - Deborah James (Governors State University) presents "Binge-watching dystopia: The Handmaid's Tale."
Tuesday, May 2 - Sarah Arnold (Maynooth University) presents "When news and drama compete for time: The Handmaid's Tale's release."
Wednesday, May 3 - Rosemary Johnsen (Governors State University) presents "The Handmaid's Tale as historical fiction."
Thursday, May 4 - Sharon Lauricella (University of Ontario Institute of Technology) presents "Hulu, Atwood, and The Handmaid's Tale."
Friday, May 5 - Kevin P. McDonald (California State Northridge) presents "Disruptive Disjunctions and The Handmaid's Tale on Hulu."
Theme week organized by Deborah James (Governors State University).
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The In Media Res Team
Geoffrey D. Henry - Associate Editor of Public Relations for In Media Res