Hope, Hitler and Heresy? The Visual Language of a Presidential Campaign
Remix politics is here. As divergent audiences engage and manipulate the carefully crafted images of presidential campaigns, competing symbols evidence a struggle for power over social convention and meaning.
H. Brian Holland is Associate Professor of Law at Texas Wesleyan School of Law.
presidential campaign, visual language, political images, symbols, power
American Politics | Political History | Visual Studies
Holland, H. Brian. "Hope, Hitler and Heresy? The Visual Language of a Presidential Campaign." Ensemble video, 01:19:29. October 23, 2011. https://ensemble.dickinson.edu/Watch/j8T5Lis7