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WOKE Journal

WOKE: A Journal of Visual and Cultural Studies is a publication of exceptional student essays from the Visual & Cultural Studies, Art History, and Humanities programs. The journal presents just a sampling of the many papers and independent research projects pursued by students enrolled in courses within these programs each year.

The journal is a publiation of the Visual & Cultural Studies program and is sponsored by ASCC.

VOLUME 4: SPRING 2021

  • James MacDevitt, "Introduction"
  • Dialynna Riddle, “Dorothea Lange: Giving Voice to the Voiceless”
  • Adrianna Mondragon, “Intimacy and Struggle: Nan Goldin’s Photography”
  • Izabella Apodaca, “The Black and Blues of Cinema”
  • Ariadne Aguilos, “All Jokers Aside: Harley Quinn is to be Taken Seriously“
  • Anjika Morari, “Weather Report: Artists Tackling Climate Change”
  • "About the Cerritos College Visual and Cultural Studies Program"

VOLUME 3: SPRING 2020

  • James MacDevitt, "Introduction"
  • Yumi Jung Gerard, "Madame de Pompadour: Mother of Rococo"
  • Brad Eichar, "Frank Lloyd Wright's Architectural Homages to Native America"
  • Jesse Deniz, "Making American History Great Again: DDXXVII Edition"
  • Isabella Goodwin, "The Evolution of Little Women and the Timeless Feminine Ideal"
  • "About the Cerritos College Visual and Cultural Studies Program"

VOLUME 2: SPRING 2019

  • James MacDevitt, "Introduction"
  • Sara Cantu, "Behind the Throne: The Art of Roman Empresses"
  • Samantha Reyna, "Appropriating the Savior: Depictions of Christ in Renaissance Art"
  • Tiger Khou, "Black Gash of Shame: The Controversy of the Vietnam Memorial"
  • Sara Cantu, "Transformative Works: The Art and Politics of Ai Weiwei"
  • Alexandra Culp, "Fighting False Narratives: Resisting Normative Heterosexuality"
  • About the Cerritos College Visual and Cultural Studies Program

VOLUME 1: SPRING 2018

  • Samantha Reyna, "LGBT Representation in Animated Media"
  • Michelle Steele, "Dissident Transgressors: The Heavy Metal Queerscape"
  • Michelle Diaz, "Ending Latin America's Heteronormative Fantasy"
  • Luis Camacho-Martin, "The Giving Tree"
  • Phyllis Martinez, "It Ain't Over Till It's Over: Representations of the Older Woman"

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