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Critical Themes in Media Studies Conference Welcomes AMT Students – April 5th & 6th

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The Critical Themes in Media Studies Conference theme this year is “Digital | Affect”.
Mark B.N. Hansen, a widely known and highly acclaimed scholar whose research speaks volumes to the conference theme “Digital | Affect”, will present the opening keynote. 
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April 5th, 2013

Wollman Hall, 65 W. 11th Street

07:00 PM OPENING KEYNOTE

Mark Hansen

“Beyond Affect?: Technical Sensibility and the Pharmacology of Media”

08:30pm Opening Reception

 

April 6th, 2013

GRADUATE STUDENT PANELS

Room 510, 66 W 12th

10:30 am—12:00 pm Decoding Identities in Flux

Faculty respondent: Amin Husain

01:00 pm—02:30 pm Framing the Virtual in Spatial Encounters

Faculty Respondent: Elizabeth Ellsworth

02:45 pm—04:15 pm Criss-Crossing Language

Faculty Respondent: Paolo Carpignano

04:30 pm—06:00 pm Transhuman Becomings

Faculty Respondent: Peter Asaro

Room 509, 66 W 12th

02:00 pm—03:30 pm Public/Private Assemblages

Faculty Respondent: Edward Byfield

03:45 pm—05:15 pm Mediascapes and Cinematic Cartography

Faculty Respondent: Brian McCormick

05:30 pm—07:00 pm Virtual Materialisms

Faculty Respondent: Eugene Thacker

 Wollman Hall, 65 W. 11th Street

07:30 PM CLOSING KEYNOTE

Patricia Clough

Performance: “My Mother’s Scream”

08:30 Closing Reception


The event is free and open to the public. For more details and the full schedule, see here:

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