This chapter discusses the use of literature and film to teach international relations. It first introduces Bloom’s Taxonomy as a framework for using fictional movies and novels as a pedagogical technique, then reviews scholarship on why pop culture is an effective resource to access when teaching twenty-first-century undergraduates. Following this it discusses how fictional franchises work well in teaching a variety of international relations content and concludes by reflecting on what has been accomplished as well as identifying priorities for further work.
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