Papers + Think Pieces 2015

3.5: Sep. 2015, The Papers + Think Pieces Issue. Within these pages, you’ll find an academic year’s worth of TV analysis that we found striking, including a study of fan vidders (by Kimberly Lynn Workman), a deconstruction of sexism in How I Met Your Mother (by Rayna McKinley), and an explanation of how The Americans gets American viewers to side with Russian spies (by Liron Cohen, Contributor of the Month).