The Communications and External Affairs Department (CEA) plays a key role in advancing The New School’s bold mission as a comprehensive publicity, promotion, writing, design, and digital media resource. CEA’s Office of Public Relations works with key media to raise awareness about the university, manages
Shannon Mattern’s “Bureaucracy’s Playthings” Featured as Part of The Reanimation Library’s “Word Processor” Series
The Reanimation Library periodically invites an individual that they admire to respond in writing about a book from the library that he or she finds particularly engaging. The majority of work produced from the library is visual in nature, yet the library contains a tremendous
Planning on applying for the New Challenge? Your Letter of Interest briefly describing your project idea is due online by November 13th at 11:59pm. Once you have submitted your brief letter of interest, your full application will be due on Friday, February 7, 2014.
Locating the Voice in Film: Critical Approaches and Global Practices Editors: Tom Whittaker (University of Liverpool) and Sarah Wright (Royal Holloway) Some thirty years after Mary Ann Doane’s seminal essay, ‘The Voice in Cinema’ (1980), the voice continues to exert a fascination in Film Studies.
Comunicar announces a call for papers for its next thematic issue: Media Prosumers. Participatory culture of audiences and media responsibility. We would like to invite you to submit original manuscripts, research results for evaluation to be edited if appropriate. Along with the 10 articles of
Media Studies alum Susan Barry’s short film, “Autumn”, was selected to be screened at this year’s Big Apple Film Festival on November 10th. Barry describes the film, which began as a student project while she was enrolled in the School of Media Studies, as “a short film about