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Monthly Archives: March 2016

SPE Fulbright Webinar 4/1

SPE Fulbright Webinar Friday April 1st, 12pm To RSVP, click here In this webinar specifically for SPE students, learn more about the Fulbright application process, tips for applying and SPE specific deadlines. Hosted by Vanessa Reich, Assistant Director for Student Affairs, and Fulbright Program Advisor for

Job Opportunity: Funky Tuesday

Who are we?  We are an independent group of passionate and lively individuals who are embracing and pushing for a larger Funk and Soul culture in Copenhagen, Denmark. Most events take place centered around the weekends but we would like to change this. We found

Alumni Film Release, The Birth of Saké

Media Studies Alum, Masako Tsumura releases, The Birth of Saké, her award winning documentary, paints an intimate portrait of the 2000-year-old craft of saké brewing and its artisans. The film opens to an exclusive theatrical premiere at IFC Center on Friday, March 18 and also available for

The 5th Annual Greenpoint Film Festival

The 5th annual Greenpoint Film Festival, March 17-20, features a full slate of independent work by filmmakers from around the neighborhood and around the world.  Among the selections include documentary, narrative, environmental, experimental, and social justice themes.  Two curatorial initiatives intersect art and activism on issues of

Media Studies Student Receives Grant from American Academy of Religion

Media Studies MA student, Sarah McFarland Taylor, has received an Individual Research grant from the American Academy of Religion to fund her project, “Mediating Eco-Piety: Television, Environmental Moral Engagement, and Popular Culture.” In this project, Taylor investigates and analyzes the initiation, composition, historical production, and mass communication