The team seeks to answer the question: What is the relationship between performance and discourse?
“Seventy Years of the Smith-Mundt Act and U.S. International Broadcasting: Back to the Future?” analyzes the United States’ 70-year history of state-sponsored international broadcasting.
“The Concerns Surrounding Sexist Content in Digital Games” discusses representation and sexism in digital games.
Faculty members nominated students, and the winners will receive a monetary award.
The grant will fund his research on transparency as a tool for building trust in news organizations.
The project tests the concept of transparency as “the new objectivity” in an era of declining faith in the news media.
This decline and closure reflects the idea of impermanent cinema, Kutnicki said.
Collections range from interviews with former physics professors who contributed to the Manhattan Project to histories from Burmese immigrants settled in Indiana.
The presentation, “Evaluating Player Experience in TableTop Games Using the Game Flow Model,” explored how the flow theory can be used to determine player experiences in tabletop games.
Alfred Kinsey and experimental filmmaker Kenneth Anger collaborated to curate archival content now housed in the Kinsey Institute.