Sunday, May 28, 2023

Mareike Jenner

Mareike Jenner is a Senior Lecturer in Media Studies at Anglia Ruskin University. Her research is focused on television genre studies, American crime drama and Netflix and the dynamics of binge-watching. Her work includes the monograph American TV Detective Dramas (Palgrave, 2015) as well as the monograph Netflix and the Re-Invention of Television (Palgrave, 2018).


How workers in the South are defying history

The company resisted them. History defied them. Geography worked against them.

Among the GOP’s debt ceiling hostages? Social Security payments for oldest Americans

"The choice facing the executive branch is clear: Act or default; act or increase the suffering of millions; act or go into economic tailspin."

Fast fashion pollutes the Atacama Desert in Chile

With nearly 60,000 tons of unsold clothes arriving globally from Europe, Asia and North America to the port town of Iquique, about 39,000 tons of fast fashion ends up in the landfill in the desert.

The surprising pervasiveness of American arrogance

We Americans are all beneficiaries of exceptionalism, even those of us who decry its corrosive impact.

‘Clean energy is moving fast’: Investments in renewables will overtake fossil fuels for the...

The global energy crisis that followed Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, as well as the growing affordability of renewables, has given rise to more sustainable alternatives.