A Virtual Exhibit Devoted to the Critical Analysis and Production of Visual Materials

Produced by Students in Bob Bednar's Visual Communication class in the Department of Communication Studies at Southwestern University, Georgetown, Texas

                               
           


This site is set up as a virtual gallery. You are now in the central "space" in the gallery, an exhibition of Student Projects produced in the Visual Communication class at Southwestern University.

Each Student Project site unfolds according to its own hypertextual structure, but at the bottom of each of the project home pages you will find a link back to this central Southwestern netWorks virtual exhibit page.



Emma Aird
Animating
Sexploitation

 


Jenn Allen
Eiffel Tower =
Paris France

 


Nick Alter
WALL-E:
A Visual Exploration

 


Julie Bartrip
Tennis Advertising:
Nike vs. Adidas

 


Allie Beito
Analysis of
Honda CR-V Leap List ads

 


Dane Beyer
You Are
What You Drink

 


Rosalie Bonner
Analyzing Imagery
of the Cricifixion

 


Le Loni Brown
Female Intuition:
Semiotic and Psychoanalytic Approaches

 


Kendal Buechler
Analyzing Willow Creek
Golf Course

 


Alana Buenrostro
Visual Culture & Tourism
in Contemporary Mexico

 


Grant Cain
Following the Signs
at the Austin Airport

 


Melina Cantu
Spatial Analysis
of Sephora Stores

 


Elliott Carter
The Visuality
of Hardcore Punk

 


Kat Daniel
What's Sexy Got to Do With It?
Media Images of Female Athletes

 


Kelsi Darr
Visual Analysis of
Project Runway

 


Danielle De Los Santos
Discourse Analysis of
Catholic Church Spatial Practices

 


Shelley Dormont
Visual Analysis of a
Viral Social Justice Campaign

 


Austin Dyer-Westacott
Unlocking the Rings:
Visual Analysis of London's Olympics

 


Jessica Enyioha
Skin Color:
Does it Matter?

 


Karla Esquivel
Just Think cK:
The Semiotics of Sex

 


Danielle Ezzell
The Heteronormativity
Project

 


R. Michael Flatley
The Commodification
of Hip Hop

 


Jessica Gallegos
Cemetery Spaces

 


Alex Gartman
Navigating
Whole Foods

 


Brady Granger
The Art of
Shepard Fairey

 


Erica Grant
Discourse of
The "Lean In" Collection

 


Jessica Hager
Heteropolitan Magazine:
Heteronormative Discourse in Cosmopolitan

 


Arianna Haradon
Sex, Signs,
and Parodies

 


Corin Harmon
America's Next Top Model:
Discourse, Psychoanalysis, & Audiencing

 


Teryl Henderson
Believing in Barbie:
Buying, Being, & Building the Icon

 


Lauraly Hernandez
Reviving Analog Instant
Film in the Digital Age

 


Lindsey Iltis
The Girls Next Door:
Psychoanalysis, Audiencing, and Discourse Analysis

 


Tony Irizarry
Visualizing Masculinities
in Maxim and GQ

 


Jessica Jackson
Interpellating an Audience:
Travel Advertisements in Women's Magazines

 


Dempsey Jones
It Lies Within Your Hands:
Apple and Interpellation

 


Kassie Juenke
Street Photography

 


Charlotte Law
Vice, Youth, and
Alternative Culture

 


Judy Le
Banksy:
Graffiti is Art

 


Daniel Lindenberg
Visualualizing the Holocaust:
Holocaust Museum Houston

 


Robert Loomis-Norris
Tech Start-Ups
A Semiotic/Discourse Analysis

 


Bobbi Lowry
Kony 2012:
Anatonomy of a
Media Campaign

 


Zach Lynch
Analysis of the
Sports Illustrated
Swimsuit Issue

 


Caitlin Marr
Alfred Hitchcock:
A Visual Analysis

 


Kevin Masters
Blood in Horror Movies:
A Visual Analysis

 


Nora Maus
Sex Sells Activism:
A Visual Analysis of PETA's Advertising

 


Lili McEntire
Animated Films:
Not Just For Kids Anymore

 


Colin Malone
Audiencing and Visuality
in Video Games

 


Michael Morgan
Progressive Traditions:
A Visual Rhetorical Analysis
of Southwestern's Admissions Building

 


Maryhelen Murray
What Makes
Iconic Photographs
Iconic?

 


Austin Painchaud
You're Seeing Things:
QR Codes & Augmented Reality

 


Tyler Pratt
Revealing the Secret
Discourses
of Commercial Masculinity

 


D. Carolina Ramos
Disney Princesses
and Female Acculturation

 


Tyler Rankin
Bodies, Manhood,
and Men's Health

 


Daniel Reifsnider
Goodwill Computer Museum

 


Eleysa Richards
Vampires:
Then and Now

 


Makenzie Richardson
Visual Analysis of
House of Cards

 


Reilly Robertson
Visualizing Vampires

 


David Evan Rodriguez
(Re)Presentation
of Slain Youth

 


Lorena Saenz
The Visual Discourse
of Abortion in America

 


Sloane Sander
The Discourse of
People Magazine

 


Mikaela Santini
facebook:
Linking Identity With Culture

 


Jasmine SayGan
Fabian Perez, Prostitution,
and Art

 


Eleanor Schorre
Pinterest:
A Visual Analysis

 


Blake Scott
Semiological/Psychoanalytical
Examination of
The Wolf of Wall Street

 


Dyana Shearer
Helluva Hole:
Commercializing Resistances
in Cavern Tourism

 


Madison Simmons
Visualizing "Home"

 


Phillip Smith
The Visuality
of Comics

 


Katy Sternenberg
Barbie:
Marketing Hegemony

 


Julie Stewart
Control Tonight?
Analysis of an Anti-Alcohol Ad Campaign

 


Ellen Suh
Sports Spectatorship
and Fanaticism

 


Tiffany Teters
Murder in Mexico:
Femicide and Gender Injustices

 


William Thomas
Castaway Culture:
Debris, Aesthetics, & Materiality

 


Helene Thompson
Discourse Analysis
of Gendered Grooming

 


Kristin Treurniet
Dove's ProAge Campaign:
The Power of Beauty Discourse

 


Kamna Tripathi
A South Asian
Diasporic Study

 


Lizette Villarreal
Performing Femininity in Politics:
Hillary Clinton vs. Sarah Palin

 


Gina Watts
Roadtrip Nation:
Manufacturing Adventure

 


Catie Willis
The London Olympics
Anti-Doping Campaign

 


Elizabeth Wong
The Secret That Sells:
Victoria's Secret Advertising

 


De'Andre Woods-Walker
Analyzing
#ITooAmHarvard

 


Christina Woodworth
Buffy the Vampire Slayer:
A Look at Gendered Roles

 


Brittany Zimlich
"Chick Flicks":
A Discourse Analysis

 

 


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Southwestern University
Georgetown, Texas 78626
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