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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 Lana Lin Participated on a Panel + Did a Screening for “Suffer Well”

SMS faculty member Lana Lin participated on a panel and doing a screening for “Suffer Well,” a Mellon Sawyer Seminar at UC Irvine: Illness as Method with Patrick Anderson, Mel Chen, Lochlann Jain, and Lana Lin: https://www.humanities.uci.edu/SOH/calendar/event_details.php?eid=8024&fn=1 Film screening of The Cancer Journals Revisited: https://www.humanities.uci.edu/SOH/calendar/event_details.php?eid=8025&fn=1

SMS Faculty Member Peter Asaro Featured in Spanish News Article, “Robots Asesinos: Sistemas de Armas que Seleccionarán Objetivos Sin Supervisión Humana.”

PETER ASARO was recently featured in the Spanish news article, “Robots asesinos: sistemas de armas que seleccionarán objetivos sin supervisión humana.” He participated in the following talks this fall: “First Annual Fireside Chat on AI, Privacy, War and World Politics–In honor of the life and

SMS Faculty Member John Peter Didato Selected as Winner of 2019 Russo Brothers Italian American Film Forum for “Ciao, Sesame Street” Documentary

“Ciao, Sesame Street” a documentary directed by Professor John Peter Didato was selected as the winner of the 2019 Russo Brothers Italian American Film Forum. The award was announced by directors Anthony and Joe Russo (Avengers: Endgame) during The National Italian American Foundation’s 44th Anniversary

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