Media School students present papers at conference

The Media School Report • March 12, 2018

Several Media School graduate students presented their papers at the 12th Annual IU Landscape, Space, and Place Conference on March 2-3.

  • Master’s student Caleb Allison, “Our Shining Beast: The Technological Uncanny and Postmodern in The Qatsi Trilogy”
  • Doctoral student Jesse Balzer, “Winning in La La Land: Prestige, Place, and the Cultural Geography of Movie Marketing”
  • Doctoral student Pragya Paramita Ghosh, “How the Fearless Girl challenged a Bull; and got away with it”
  • Doctoral student Forrest Greenwood, “Navigating Local Spaces through WiFi: The Case of the Nintendo DS and Digital Game Distribution”
  • Doctoral student Cole Stratton, “Accumulation by Connectivity: Infrastructure and Value in Facebook’s Global Expansion”

The conference is hosted each spring by the Department of Geography. Students from multiple disciplines are encouraged to bring their ideas and perspectives.

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