Media School faculty, students to present at SCMS conference
Ten faculty members, staff, and students will attend and present at the Society for Cinema and Media Studies annual conference this week.
The conference allows scholars to share research, network, and learn from their peers. It will include panels, workshops, roundtables, seminars, and special events.
- “The Resistance of Witches: The Historical Revision of Suspiria (2018).”
- “No sweat: When wet bodies disrupt dry devices”
- “Oral Histories of Television Series as Transmediated Industry Storytelling.”
- “‘Constant availability, both for play and for purchase‘: Inventing the American Mobile Player.” and chair of the panel Mobilizing Lives New Histories of Mobile Media
- “From the Castle to the Woods: Good Manners as a Fairy Tale”
- “Trauma and Silencing on Screen: BritishColonial Films and the Representation of Women of the Sub-continent.”
- “An Interconnected World?: Rethinking Media Infrastructures and Labor Through China’s Belt and Road Documentaries.”
- “Imaging Consumption: Photography and the Study of Tuberculosis 1882—1926.”
- Chair of the workshop Workshop What Do We Want? Graduate Student Organizing and the Contemporary Academic Labor Movement
- “Funding and Film Festival Hegemony: The Role of Film Training Programs in Shaping Emerging Film Cultures of South Asia.”