Selma Holo, Director of the USC University Galleries, leads a discussion on Mexican artist Francisco Toledo and the complex relationship between his art, his celebrity, and his politics. This seminar is part of the Lear Center project Celebrity, Politics & Public Life.
Published in 2001 by the Lear Center Press, Joe Saltzman‘s book chronicles the hand Hollywood had in shaping our perceptions of the press. This book is a product of the Lear Center’s Image of the Journalist in Popular Culture project and is available for purchase. An introduction to the IJPC database is available here.
This Kaiser Family Foundation study, “How Healthy Is Prime Time?: An Analysis of Health Content in Popular Prime Time Television Programs,” was released in 2008 and co-sponsored by the Lear Center’s Hollywood, Health & Society project. The report examines three seasons of top-ten-rated primetime scripted shows.