“SCHALTEN UND WALTEN” Towards Operative Ontologies IKKM Biennial Conference 2019 October 23–25, 2019, Weimar, GermanyAssessing our situation, we cannot ignore the fact that whatever is given in our environment is done so by technical operations and not in the ways natural things exist, by physis, i.e.
Christiane Paul presented at the 2019 Media Art Histories conference at Aalborg University, Denmark (August 19-23) and leads a panel at CODAsummit: The Intersection of Art, Technology and Place in El Paso, TX on October 3.
The Italian Graduate Society at Rutgers presents: VOICES An Interdisciplinary Conference November 22-23, 2019 What does it mean to rethink the voice in the 21st century? Classical philosophers such as Plato and Aristotle, as well as contemporary thinkers such as Jacques Derrida, Hélène Cixous, Alice
IKKM Biennial Conference 2019 October 23–25, 2019, Weimar, Germany Assessing our situation, we cannot ignore the fact that whatever is given in our environment is done so by technical operations and not in the ways natural things exist, by physis, i.e. growing by themselves into being.
Submissions Open for “Constellations”: Cinema and Media Studies Graduate Student Conference at University of Southern California
The First Forum 2019 graduate student conference committee from the Division of Cinema and Media Studies at the University of Southern California is now accepting abstracts for the interdisciplinary conference: “Constellations: Connections, Disruptions, and Imaginations in Cinema and Beyond.” The conference will convene on Thursday,
The Future is Global: Role of The New School Tuesday, April 16 Wollman Hall, 65 W. 11th Street Roundtable discussion: 1:30-3:30pm Reception: 3:30-5:00pm Join The Global Platform Committee, comprised of faculty from across the university, including faculty at SPE, on April 16 to learn how
The New School is partnering with The Nation to host their annual student journalism conference at The New School on Friday, May 31. Coverage of social movements and protest is always essential–especially now, more than two years into the Trump administration. Yet, nuanced understanding of what leads people to participate
What will be the role of The New School in an increasingly ‘global’ future?Join The Global Platform Committee on April 16 to learn how our community will respond to issues like inequality, environmental justice, and migration. The round table will take place at 1:30 PM in Wollman Hall at 65
Please join us on April 4th and 5th for the 2019 NSSR Philosophy Conference, “Paranoid Encounters”. The conference will feature academic paper presentations, as well as three artists’ lecture performances. Our keynote speakers are Jamieson Webster, who will present a work titled ‘From Masculinity to
Wednesdays 5-6 pm in April (4/3, 10, 17, 24) at the Rubin Museum: You’re invited to Giving Power Happy Hours. Come to the table with The New School’s Diana Ayton-Shenker, Global Catalyst Senior Fellow, who will be hosting hang-outs at The Long Table, Rubin Museum. Join the conversation exploring: When
MECHADEMIA INTERNATIONAL ON ASIAN POPULAR CULTURES CONFERENCE 2019 “QUEER(ING)” September 27-29, 2019 Friday, September 27, 7:00pm: Nagaike Kazumi, PhD. Keynote Speaker Oita University, Japan “A Cross-Cultural Analysis of Men’s Desires to “Become” Fudanshi: On the Psychology, Physicality, and Communication Strategies of Male Fans of BL
Edefe Ojomo, Global Studies part-time faculty, will discuss: “Regional institutions as remedial governance structures: a study of regional governance in West Africa” Monday, March 11 1:00-2:00 p.m. 66 West 12th Street 6th floor, 609 RSVP to receive a copy of the paper in advance.
The Reconvexo Collective at The New School invites graduate students, scholars, artists, and activists to submit work for a two-day conference dedicated to exploring and investigating new avenues for social, economic, cultural and political transformations in Brazil in light of the recent rise of the far
Applications are NOW OPEN for the 2019 FUTURE NOW Media & Entertainment Conference. 2019 FUTURE NOW Media & Entertainment Conference Event dates: May 29-31, 2019 Location: Schimmel Center, New York City Day 1 – WELCOME & NETWORKING Reception Day 2 – CONFERENCE with an impressive line
2019 FUTURE NOW Media & Entertainment Conference Event dates: MAY 29-31, 2019 Location: Schimmel Center, NEW YORK CITY Day 1 WELCOME & NETWORKING Reception Day 2 CONFERENCE with an impressive line up of speakers and mentors Day 3 MEDIA TOURS at various companies HIGHLIGHTS for STUDENTS:
ATTEND SXSW Attending SXSW March 8-17, 2019 | Austin, TX Join us for 10 days of unparalleled discovery, learning, and networking with creatives across interactive, film, and music industries at the 2019 SXSW Conference & Festivals! 2019 SXSW Registration and Housing is now open. REGISTER
FRENCH NATURES featuring BRUNO LATOUR’s conference-spectacle “INSIDE” October 26-27, 2018, New York University A two-day conference-festival about how literature, film, visual art, theater, and philosophy mediate our relationship to the planet in our times of environmental catastrophe. For more information, click here:
Join NYWIFT for a candid conversation concerning the challenge for mothers balancing career and family while working within the demanding and competitive television and film industry. Guest speakers cinematographer Ayana Baraka, costume designer Katie Irish, makeup artist Martha Melendez, entertainment attorney Lauren Menkes, and actor Tricia Paoluccio and writer/director Tonya McCornell (moderator) will
Agnes Intelligence is Now Accepting Submissions for their First Annual Applied AI in Law & Media Conference
About the Conference: This two-day conference will showcase brand new solutions and host top speakers and panelists discussing the transformative impact of artificial intelligence on the legal and media sectors. Agnes Intelligence will offer practical applications and real-life insights from world class experts in the fields
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.