Media Studies Colloquium

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2021-22

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September 24, 12:00-1:30pm
AD White House Tent
“Beyond Status Effects: Disability and Japanese Role-Playing Games”
Andrew Campana, Asian Studies

October 22, 12:00-1:30pm
Uris Library 311
“The Maniac-Making Machine: A Media History of Delayed Auditory Feedback”
Owen Marshall, Science and Technology Studies

November 19, 12:00-1:30pm
Uris Library 311
“A Black W/hole: Phantom Cinemas and the Reimagining of Black Women's Media Histories”    
Samantha N. Sheppard, Performing and Media Arts

December 3, 12:00-1:30pm
Uris Library 311
“Ruin Sound: Audio Afterlives, Reenactment, and Remembrance in the 21st Century”
María Edurne Zuazu, Society for the Humanities

 

Archive of Past Events

2020-21

Media Objects Conference

2019

September 30    Thomas Elsaesser, University of Amsterdam
"Media Archaeology as Symptom"

October 11    Iván Chaar López, Latin American Studies Program, Science and Technology Studies
"Alien Data:  Immigration and Regimes of Connectivity in the U.S."

November 22    Jon McKenzie, Professor of the Practice, Department of English
"Diagrammatic Storytelling, Transmedia Knowledge, Rural Humanities"

February 7    Ziad Fahmy, Near Eastern Studies
"Early Egyptian Radio: Transitioning from Media-Capitalism to Media-Etatism, 1926-1934."

2018-19

September 21    Judith Peraino (Music)
“I’ll Be Your Mixtape:   Lou Reed, Andy Warhol, and the Queer Intimacies of Cassettes”

October 19    Katie Addleman-Frankel (Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art)
“Crossing the Photographic Divide: Mining and Making Meaning”

November 16    Malte Ziewitz (Science and Technology Studies)
“Algorithmic Dramas”

February 14    Andrew Campana (Asian Studies)
"Parade: Eight Digital Poems of Contemporary Japan.” 

March 14    Kristin Roebuck (History)
“Mediating Defeat: Grieving the Nation and National Grievance in Japan after World War II"

March 28    Athena Kirk (Classics)
“What is an epigraphe in Classical Greece?"
    
April 18    Parisa Vaziri (Comparative Literature and Near Eastern Studies)
“Pneumatics of Blackness: Nāṣir Taqvā’ī’s Bād-i Jin”

April 25    Sophia Efstathiou, Programme of Applied Ethics, Norwegian University of Science and Technology 
“A Role for the Arts in Technology Assessment: The Science, Humanities and Arts Knowledge Exchange (SHAKE).” 

2017-18

September 2    Verity Platt, Classics and History of Art, 
"The Seal of Polycrates: A Discourse on Discourse Channel Conditions.”

October 19    Jeremy Braddock, English
"'Government-Inflicted Simulation':  The Firesign Theatre's I Think We're All Bozos on this Bus"

November 16        Sabine Haenni, Performing and Media Arts
From The Location of Cinema:  Marseilles, Film History from the Periphery

February 15        Karen Levy, Information Science
"Refractive Surveillance:  Monitoring Customers to Manage Workers"

March 15        Brooke Duffy, Communication
"Idols of Promotion: The Triumph of Self-Branding in the Age of Precarity"

April 19        Jennifer Minner, City and Regional Planning
"Assembly and Care of Memory:  Revisiting the Past with Objects, Landscapes, and Online Media"

2016-17

September 29        Nick Salvato (Performing and Media Arts)
"Digressiveness"

October 27        Steve Jackson (Information Science, Science and Technology Studies)
"Rethinking Repair"

December 1        Lee Humphreys (Communication)
from The Qualified Self:  Social Media and the Accounting of Everyday Life 

January 26        Roger Moseley (Music)
from Keys to Play:  Music as a Ludic Medium from Apollo to Nintendo

February 23        Jenny Sabin (Architecture, Art & Planning)
"Transformative Research Practice:  Architectural Affordances and Crisis"

March 23        Sasa Zivkovic (Architecture, Art & Planning)
"Beyond the Ecology of Concrete Sausages"

April 27        Astrid Van Oyen (Classics)
"Finding the Material in Material Culture:  Form and Matter in Roman Concrete" (from Materializing Roman Histories)