Peter Asaro recently gave three talks, “The Consequences of Autonomous Weapons,” Conference on Robots in Arms: Search for a Future Arms Control Regime to Regulate Autonomous Weapons, Evangelische Akademie of Loccum, Germany; “When a Robot Decides Whether You Live or Die,” Night of Philosophy and Ideas,
SMS Faculty Member Eugene Thacker’s Books, “Horror of Philosophy” + “In the Dust of This Planet,” Translated into Multiple Languages
EUGENE THACKER’s “Horror of Philosophy,” trilogy of books has been translated into Russian and published by Hyle Press. Also, his book “In the Dust of This Planet,” has previously been translated into Danish, German, Italian and Spanish.
IFP Media Center has recently started a monthly meet-up for under 25 filmmakers, meet-ups that will include masterclasses by notable young filmmakers. On February 25th they will be hosting a masterclass with Lance Oppenheim, a 23 year old filmmaker whose feature debut documentary (produced by Darren Aronofsky) premiered at
This week, Cinema Tropical and Film at Lincoln Center are proud to present the 5th Annual Neighboring Scenes: New Latin American Cinema. Starting on Friday, head over to Film at Lincoln Center for a collection of ambitious recent productions from across the region, with four directors in attendance. We hope that you can join us in celebrating
Position Title: Research Assistant Department: NSPE/Urban Studies Description: Prof. Joseph Heathcott is seeking a graduate student to serve as research assistant for the spring term 2020, with possibility of extending to the next academic year. The student will engage with ongoing textual, visual, and web-based projects. Must be authorized to