Graduate Research Assistant position available with School of Media Studies faculty Michelle Materre. Michelle Materre’s research involves deconstructing representations of women and people of color in the media around the globe with an emphasis on the African Diaspora and French speaking Caribbean. She also teaches the business
MARIANA SANSON, MA Media Studies ’21, was selected as one of four International Documentary Association’s 2022 Documentary Magazine Editorial Fellows. The International Documentary Association (IDA) announced the four emerging writers who will participate in the Documentary Magazine Editorial Fellowship Program. This is the second edition of the fellowship, funded in
SMS Faculty Peter Asaro’s work on campaign to Stop Killer Robots featured in Democracy Now!, the Late Show with Stephen Colbert, and on Munk Debates Podcast.
The work of SMS Faculty PETER ASARO‘s campaign to Stop Killer Robots was recently featured in Democracy Now! with Amy Goodman and their work in New Zealand was featured on the Late Show with Stephen Colbert. Additionally, Peter Asaro also debated Bob Work, the former Deputy Secretary of Defense,
Looking for an elective to register for? Take a look at some of the following options still available: NMDS 5301 – CRN: 10751 A Media Infrastructures with Heather Davis NMDS 5433 – CRN: 1657 A Digital Filmmaking: Post-Prod 5 with John Didato NMDS 5567 – CRN: 8598
SMS Faculty NEYDA MARTINEZ recently published two articles for The Latinx Project at NYU: “Alma’s Way”: A Commitment to Latinx Representation on Screen and Behind the Scenes co-written with Néstor David Pastor; and Past is Present: The Young Lords Party Revisited. The Latinx Project at New