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Control Societies Speaker Series: Stephanie Dinkins, Stony Brook University

About Stephanie Dinkins

Associate Professor of Art at Stony Brook University, Stephanie Dinkins is a transdisciplinary artist  who creates platforms for dialog about artificial intelligence as it intersects race, gender, and our future histories. Her art employs lens-based practices, the manipulation of space, and technology to grapple with notions of consciousness, agency, perception, and social equity. She is particularly driven to work with communities of color to develop AI literacy and co-create more inclusive, equitable artificial intelligence.

Control Societies Speaker Series: Kara Keeling, University of Chicago

About Kara Keeling

Kara Keeling is Associate Professor in the Department of Cinema and Media Studies at the University of Chicago. Keeling's research has focused on African American film, theories of race, sexuality, and gender in cinema, critical theory, and cultural studies. Current research involves issues of temporality, media, and black and queer cultural politics; digital media, globalization, and difference; and Gilles Deleuze and liberation theory.

Control Societies Speaker Series: V. Mitch McEwen, Princeton University

About V. Mitch McEwen

V. Mitch McEwen joined the Princeton University School of Architecture faculty in fall 2017 from the University of Michigan’s Taubman College of Architecture & Urban Planning, where she had been an assistant professor since 2014. She is principal of McEwen Studio and co-founder of A(n) Office, an architecture collaborative of studios in Detroit, Los Angeles, and Brooklyn.

MARC Works-in-Progress Workshop

The Works-in-Progress series is a way to offer a supportive, informal, and interdisciplinary space for graduate students and faculty working at the intersections of media and social movements to present their ideas and get feedback. The works range from papers to presentations, job talks, films, podcasts, or art projects. The work can cover a specific topic or your broader research interests and can be at any stage of development.

Lunch will be provided. 

MARC Works-in-Progress Workshop

The Works-in-Progress series is a way to offer a supportive, informal, and interdisciplinary space for graduate students and faculty working at the intersections of media and social movements to present their ideas and get feedback. The works range from papers to presentations, job talks, films, podcasts, or art projects. The work can cover a specific topic or your broader research interests and can be at any stage of development.

Lunch will be provided.

Center for Media at Risk Colloquium: Zaina Erhaim, Institute for War and Peace Reporting

Independence is a core value for journalism. But with the lack of laws, institutions and unions to protect journalists and the widespread existence of popularism, bullying and systematic trolls, what are the risks for journalists working in conflict zones? In the Middle East, journalists, especially women, face extensive risk. What measures can be taken to minimize them?

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