Media, Technology, and Politics under Pressure
In February 2021, the Carsey-Wolf Center is proud to present a series of three virtual roundtables with leading media scholars.
As part of the Carsey-Wolf Center’s commitment to groundbreaking research in Film and Media Studies, we will sponsor a series of three virtual roundtables in winter 2021 under the rubric “Media, Technology, and Politics under Pressure.” Participants will explore the past, present, and future of media in the wake of the anxieties and possibilities of our current moment. A number of key questions will guide our discussions. What possibilities, responsibilities, and obligations gather around film and media study in a historical moment defined by the pressures of racism, the global health pandemic, and subsequent challenges to notions of community, belonging, and purpose? How might we better understand our current time by reflecting on the past, present, and future of media, including cinema, television, and wireless technologies?
All roundtables will be conducted via Zoom. The events are free and open to the public, but advance registration is required, and participants must register for each roundtable separately. To register, please click the link below.