The SMI Social Movements + Innovation, team wants to hear from our community both on campus and in the community about what is needed and wanted from a space like this. Come learn more about this project! We are hosting four gatherings (hopefully one of
EMERGENCY AND EMERGENCE USC Cinema and Media Studies Graduate Conference In Cooperation with USC Interdivisional Media Arts and Practice PhD Program Los Angeles, CA – October 18-20, 2018 – USC, School of Cinematic Arts First Forum invites submissions that explore the many meanings and implications
The Center for Public Scholarship’s 37th Social Research conference “Cons and Scams: Their Place in American Culture,” will take place next Monday and Tuesday in the Theresa Lang Center (and feature Media Studies professor Noah Isenberg!). *NEXT WEEK* Monday & Tuesday, April 23 – 24 37th Social Research Conference “Cons and
Students Invited to the First Ever US and China Joint TV & Film Conference in NYC with Oscar Nominees
GEIS 2018 will focus on communication and collaboration between China and the United States—the two largest global entertainment and media economies. China and the US are still struggling to create cross-cultural content due to a lack of communication and cultural understanding. Therefore, GEIS 2018 will
KQTcon 2018, the first national LGBTQ Korean conference in the United States, will take place from April 6-8, 2018. It will be an unprecedented gathering of LGBTQ people of Korean descent, parents & family members of LGBTQ Koreans, as well as allies & friends of the
Faculty member Christiane Paul was quoted in a January New York Times’ article on the Wrong Biennial. She also gave a keynote at the Becoming Digital conference at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor and a talk in The School of Art at the University of Arizona, Tucson.
In response to the untimely suspension of all Cultural Studies & Comparative Literature programs at Stony Brook University, the final graduate conference from Stony Brook University will be an interdisciplinary event in partnership with Minorities and Philosophy (MAP) at The New School for Social Research with the aim to confront
Changemaker Chats is a volunteer-based organization led by a group of committed, dynamic women throughout the world. The Chats offer a community of ambitious women an intimate forum for sharing experiences and building relationships, while learning practical tips to advance positive changes at work, at
Rutgers University Department of Italian 2-day international symposium: Visual Culture in and out of Crisis
Rutgers University Department of Italian is pleased to invite you to our 2-day international symposium later this week. Visual Culture in and out of Crisis will take place on Thursday, October 19th and Friday, October 20th. All sessions are free.
The 2017 New York Film Conference Don’t miss out on your opportunity to network and hear from more than two dozen executives from across the film industry, behind some of the most well respected films from the past several years! The New York Film Conference
The New York Film Conference is glad to be able to offer a discount of registration to New School students and faculty for the New York Film Conference, a one day program in which leaders across the NY film industry will discuss trends in film
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TRANSMEDIA EARTH CONFERENCE: GLOBAL CONVERGENCE CULTURES Hosted by EAFIT University, Medellín, Colombia In Association with Bath Spa University, UK, Bournemouth University, UK & University of Vic – Central University of Catalonia, Spain 3-Day International Conference: 11th – 13th October 2017 http://the-transmedia-earth-conference.webflow.io Confirmed Speakers: Carlos A.
Seeing the Edge: Augmented World Expo in Context with the year in VR Art The Augmented World Expo (with satellites in Asia and Europe) is the SIGGRAPH for immersive media. Held in Santa Clara, California, it is often the epicenter of new releases for the
Associate Professor Deirdre Boyle has just returned from the Visible Evidence XXIV conference on documentary, held this year in Buenos Aires, Argentina. There she gave a paper on the latest work by Franco-Cambodian filmmaker Rithy Panh. Both his 2016 film and 2017 installation are titled
This year’s German Graduate Conference at Johns Hopkins University, themed “Anti-conference: Undermining the Reproduction of Privilege” will be held on December 1st and 2nd, 2017 in Baltimore, MD. The deadline to submit abstracts has been extended to July 25th. Full release and information here JohnsHopkinsGermanGraduateConfCFP.docx
SMS Alum Crystal R. Emery is screening her documentary Black Women in Medicine as part of URU The Right To Be Inc. and Changing the Face of STEM’s Congressional Forum on Emerging Diversity and Inclusion in the STEM fields. Washington premiere screening of the documentary: Black Women in
For the upcoming 6th Asian Borderlands conference in Bishkek (Kyrgyzstan), we invite panels and papers that address the following questions: How are borderlands in Asia creating alternative spaces for heritages, self-definition and the extraction of resources? How can these cases serve to rethink social theories
Anti-Conference Conference: Undermining the Reproduction of Privilege, CfP A transdisciplinary biannual graduate conference organized by the German section of German and Romance Languages and Literatures Department of Johns Hopkins University December 1st and 2nd 2017 – Baltimore, MD This conference addresses the shapes resistance takes within
SMS alum Dan Creahan is participating in a panel at Northwestern University this Thursday and Friday, May 18-19. See abstract below. Caleb Larsen: A Tool to Deceive and Slaughter (2009) Daniel Creahan Ordinary Media: Always-On Formats, Genres, Aesthetics Northwestern University Caleb Larsen’s piece A Tool
Faculty member Shannon Mattern was one of the invited speakers at Verge, the annual Parsons Transdisciplinary Design conference. She spoke about “Invisible Interfaces.” On March 3, she’ll be serving as a respondent at the GIDEST “Our Own Devices” workshop — held here at The New
Faculty member Shannon Mattern is helping to moderate the “Digital Social Memory: Ethics, Privacy and Representation in Digital Preservation” conference, hosted by Rhizome this Saturday, February 4, at The New Museum. For more information, visit The New Museum’s website. With the in-house development of Webrecorder —an initiative
We are pleased to announce that this year’s installment of Critical Themes in Media Studies is open for proposal submissions. This year’s conference theme is Transgressing Media. Conference details and submission guidelines are outlined in the Critical Themes 2014 Submission Guidelines (PDF). Proposal submissions are due
Theme: Innovative Learning-Scapes: e-Scapes, play-Scapes & more Conference Information: • Proposal Deadline: July 26, 2013 • Conference Dates: May 31 to June 02, 2014 (Sat-Mon) • Venue: Anchorage, Alaska The International Higher Education Teaching and Learning Association (HETL) invites you to attend the 2014 International
Call for Papers! State Policy and the Cultural Politics of Heritage-Making in East and Southeast Asia
The International Institute for Asian Studies cordially invites you to engage in a discussion of the role of the state and its international extensions (like UNESCO, Asian Development Bank, World Bank) in determining which cultural attributes are considered “legitimate” in the articulation, preservation and promotion
International Conference on Interaction and Design at The New School The IDC conference co-organized with The New School and Sesame Workshop will take place on June 23 – June 27, 2013. The IDC conference’s mission is to bring together researchers, designers and educators to explore
Hackathons are everywhere. They’re hosted by companies, governments, and community groups, and they attract talented people with diverse skill sets to work together on projects for slices of pizza. If you’ve ever been to one, you know they can be exciting, production-oriented environments to solve problems.
New School students will receive a 10% discount via the code STUDENTS13. Rhizome’s Seven on Seven Conference Saturday, April 20th, 201312-6pm at Tishman Auditorium at The New School Tickets starting at $40 http://www.rhizome.org/sevenonseven The Rhizome Seven on Seven Conference pairs seven leading artists with seven influential technologists