School of Media Studies Faculty Member, Michelle Materre, was recently featured in an article for The Daily Targum. The article details Michelle’s views on gender issues within the film industry. She is quoted as saying, “I think that the reason for (the lack of female Academy Awards
Media Management associate professor, Neyda Martinez, serving as Associate Producer is part of the team bringing the news and public affairs program HABLA NOW to HBO MAX this fall. Look for the special coming to HBO MAX on Friday, September 18th, 9pm EST. “The Latino population is incredibly diverse, but
New York Pavements: Short Films from the Collection of the Film-Makers’Cooperative LIVE through September 11th at midnight National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. FREE AND OPEN TO ALL! ZOOM Q&A — AUGUST 28TH, 5PM E.T. CURATOR PEGGY PARSONS + ASST. CURATOR JOANNA RACZNSKA Programmed by MM
Professor Dawnja Burris’ (Assistant Professor and Associate Dean, School of Media Studies) essay, When Filming “On-Location” Is Filming “At-Home” has been included in the Public Seminar online journal. You can read the article here.
“Changing the cultural narrative, one image at a time” Join us at the virtual Citizen in Pictures Film Series July 22nd – August 19th Citizen in Pictures is a five part series of one hour programs, featuring six extraordinary films that visually speak to the themes
When unprecedented events scattered his students around the world, assistant professor of media studies Amir Husak reignited classroom creativity with a new digital sharing platform. Students captured the “new normal” and documented the ways the pandemic was affecting their immediate communities through photos, videos, and
Dawnja Burris, Associate Dean and Assistant Professor of Media Studies, recently contributed to Student Filmmakers’ online magazine. In this article, Burris addresses techniques for short filmmaking techniques that can be done during these times of social distancing. Click here to read her piece.
This post is part of the SMS Advising Series for New Students. All posts are designed and curated to make the lives of newly admitted students much easier. From academic resources to having a social life in NYC, we want to make sure that our
The New School Blog recently released their The New School Summer Streaming List, which features prominent work from Media Studies faculty and alumni.
Christiane Paul, Professor of Media Studies, will present on ARTS PATRONAGE VIA THE BLOCKCHAIN LEDGER as a part of the UNFOLD Art + Fintech 2.0 webinar series on Friday, June 26th. Christiane Paul has also interviewed about The Question of Intelligence for Arte Fuse and did a
Faculty Member Josh Rabinowitz Recently Collaborated on the Yahoo x Tank and the Bangas ‘What the World Needs Now’ Campaign
Variety recently covered Josh Rabinowitz’ latest project with Yahoo and Tank and the Bangas. Click here to read more on their ‘What the World Needs Now’ campaign.
Assistant Professor of Digital Media Theory at New School’s School of Media Studies and author of This is Not a Minority Report: Predictive policing and population racism, Joshua Scannell joins the WBI show. How do calls for police transparency miss the ways predictive policing claims
Media Studies faculty member Dr. Sumita Chakravarty’s website, https://migrationmapping.org is now listed by the New School Library at: http://guides.library.newschool.edu/az.php MigrationMapping.org is an online database designed to explore the intersections of media and migration. Its aim is to track, and enable, conversations between media technologies, forms, and practices and
George Floyd is everywhere: https://kosovotwopointzero.com/en/george-floyd-is-everywhere/ Amir Husak, Director of Graduate Certificate in Documentary Media Studies & Assistant Professor of Media Studies, recently penned his perspective for Kosovo 2.0. In light of Black Lives Matter protests in the U.S., the article looks at state-sanctioned racialized violence
Looking for suggestions on films that cover race in America? Michelle Materre, Director of the Media Management Graduate Program, and her Creatively Speaking team curated a list to help get you started. You can read more here on REALSCREEN.
SMS Faculty Member Neyda Martinez Revisits the Bronx’s Decade of Fire as Fault Lines Reemerge Under Pandemic
The disproportionate impact of Covid-19 pandemic on communities of color exposes many of the same fault lines which contributed to the fires that once plagued the Bronx. What can we learn from the past about saving our communities in the present? Neyda Martinez, Associate
SMS Faculty Member David Lieberman just had his annual analysis of CEO compensation and board of director gender disparities at the top eight media companies posted via Variety. Click here to read
SMS Faculty Member, Sumita Chakravarty, Publishes Article, “Documenting our Time: The Paradoxes of Belonging”
SMS Faculty Member, Sumita Chakravarty, published an article for Migration Mapping titled, “Documenting our Time: The Paradoxes of Belonging.” “Ideas of home and belonging– long a staple of migration as lived reality and structure of consciousness in that home is often defined in the very
School of Media Studies faculty member and Emeritus Professor, Carol Wilder, published an article for Public Seminar titled, “How Long is a Football Field? The Kent State Shootings Reconsidered” for the 50th anniversary of the Kent State shootings. “In today’s climate where mass shootings are
Parsons faculty, Grace Jun, shares a tutorial on how to make simple face masks on the Washington Post, following the CDC’s new recommendation, recommending that people should wear face coverings in public to slow the spread of the coronavirus. To read the full article: https://www.washingtonpost.com/health/2020/04/05/how-sew-your-own-fabric-mask/?arc404=true
SMS Faculty Member, David Lieberman, Publishes Article, “Can ‘Public Podcasting’ Maintain its Lead?”
School of Media Studies Faculty Member, David Lieberman, along with American University professor, Patricia Aufderheide, had an article recently published on Current, a publication that covers podcasting. The article, “Can ‘Public Podcasting’ Maintain its Lead?” was based on a previous article featured in the International Journal
SMS Faculty Member Peter Asaro was recently featured on an episode of the Carnegie Council Podcast: Killer Robots, Ethics, & Governance with Peter Asaro
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,
MELISSA FREIDLING just completed an artist residency as a Yaddo Fellow. Founded in 1900, Yaddo is one of the oldest artist retreats and residency programs in the country, located on a 400-acre estate in Saratoga Springs, New York. Its mission is to nurture the creative process
MM SERRA presented a lecture and screening at the Louvre auditorium in Paris, France on December 1st, 2019. It was held as the Petit Galerie in the Louvre as part of their cycling exhibitions highlighting Renaissance artists such as DaVinci and Michelangelo. The exposition,
SMS Faculty Member, Amir Husak, will be a panelist at E-Flux’s “Art and the Spectator of Ideology” panel on Feb. 22nd
Amir Husak, Assistant Professor and Director of Documentary Studies will be a panelist at E-Flux’s “Art and the Spectator of Ideology” panel on Feb. 22nd. To read more Opening: February 21, 6-8pm Public Program, “Art and the Specter of Ideology”: February 21–22 at e-flux and
SMS Faculty Member Dawnja Burris Included in Hyperallergic Article, “Can Artists Help Preserve New Mexico’s Chaco Canyon?”
SMS Faculty Member Dawnja Burris has been included in the Hyperallergic article, “Can Artists Help Preserve New Mexico’s Chaco Canyon?” “While in residence at Chaco during April 2019, Dawnja Burris created a re-photography project that involved shooting through transparencies from photos taken on a previous trip. The
Faculty member Sumita S. Chakravarty recently wrote about Aasif Mandvi on Ellis Island in the latest issue of Mapping Migration
Faculty member Sumita S. Chakravarty recently wrote about Aasif Mandvi on Ellis Island in the latest issue of Mapping Migration.
Media Management Associate Professor, Neyda Martinez co-produces Michele Rosewoman’s 35th Anniversary New Yor-Uba recording entitled, Hallowed. The new work features a Chamber Music America commissioned piece and centers the work of master Afro Cuban drummer and folklorist Roman Diaz. The CD release is accompanied by live performances at the ZINC
School of Media Studies faculty member, Christiane Paul is quoted in a recent New York Times article titled, “Celebrating 30 Years Ahead of the Curve in Art,” where she discusses the Z.K.M. Center for Art and Media in Karlsruhe, Germany, and how they have been affecting the