Sampling across the Curriculum
The afterword picks up on a thread suggested at the conclusion of several of the chapters in Sampling Media: that sampling is a dynamic, concrete paradigm for thinking through both pedagogy and scholarship. Just as to sample is to repurpose an existing material or practice, so, too, sampling becomes an instrument for teaching across the curriculum and for revitalizing the concept of academic conversation. The afterword reiterates the potential intimated by several of the chapters, that sampling be appreciated as critical methodology and as pedagogy; it also looks forward to elaborating sampling beyond mere technical gimmick as a broad conceptual means of critique—that is, as “sampling studies.”
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