SMS Faculty Member, Michelle Materre was recently published in Black Camera, An International Journal. The article, titled “Capture and Release: Curating and Exhibiting the East Coast Independent Black Film Movement, 1968–1992,” examines the unique points of view of two film series that played a major role
SMS Faculty Peter Asaro was quoted in the Wire article, “A New York Lawmaker Wants to Ban Police Use of Armed Robots.” The NYPD recently responded to a hostage situation with Digidog, an unarmed robotic dog. The use of Digidog has prompted concern about the
SMS Faculty David Lieberman delivered the keynote presentation at FBN Securities’ Media & Entertainment Virtual Tour earlier this month. “Podcast Playoffs: Who, If Anyone, Can Dominate the Fastest-Growing Media Business?” The word “podcasting” entered the dictionary 16 years ago. But recent changes in audience measurement standards have just
Christiane Paul, Professor of Media Studies, Interviews with Vice and PBS Newshour Christiane Paul is interviewed about NFTs and art for VICE and PBS Newshour and presented on games and gamification in museums on a Games for Change panel organized by VRE (Virtual Reality Experience) and the US Embassy in Italy.
SMS Faculty member Michelle Materre was the recipient of a 2021 Zolberg Institute on Migration and Mobility Faculty Research grant for her documentary project “Consequences of the Trade: An African American Family’s Ancestral Journey.” This grant supports Professor Materre’s research during her upcoming sabbatical leave.