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Lauren Berliner: "When it all Clicks: Writing about Participatory Media"

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IAS faculty member Lauren Berliner published "When it all Clicks: Writing about Participatory Media" in the edited volume Writing About Screen MediaBerliner's contribution draws on her experience researching and writing Producing Queer Youth: The Paradox of Digital Media Empowerment, providing advice for ...

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IAS faculty promotions

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IAS faculty members Anida Yoeu Ali, Lauren Berliner, Carrie Bodle, Raissa DeSmet, Ron Krabill, Jed Murr, Julie Shayne, and Wadiya Udell have been promoted in rank. 

Ron Krabill and Wadiya Udell are promoted to ...

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Lauren Berliner at the Digital Diaspora Symposium

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IAS faculty member Lauren Berliner was an invited participant at the Digital Diaspora Symposium at the University of Rochester.  She was a featured panelist and workshopped a paper called “When You Hit Rock-bottom, Your Views Can Only Go Up: Overdose Videos in Desperate Times.”  The symposium included ...

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Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies (GWSS) faculty present at the annual National Women’s Studies Association (NWSA) Conference

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GWSS faculty organized sessions, presented papers, and celebrated their new book at the annual NWSA conference in Atlanta, Georgia. GWSS faculty coordinator Julie Shayne organized a session called “The Permanence of the Feminist Classroom: Murals, Archives, and Films.” On this panel she presented a paper called “Feminist Pedagogy + Feminist Knowledge Production = Feminist Archives” about the Feminist Community Archive of WA (FCA-WA) project she co-created and grows through her class “Histories and Movements of Gender and Sexuality” (BISGWS 302), offered this winter. Alka Kurian was also ...

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Berliner and Krabill publish Feminist Interventions in Participatory Media: Pedagogy, Publics, Practice

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IAS faculty members Lauren S. Berliner and Ron Krabill published Feminist Interventions in Participatory Media: Pedagogy, Publics, Practice, an edited collection that brings together feminist theory and participatory media pedagogy. It asks what, if anything, is inherently feminist about participatory media? Can participatory media practices and pedagogies be used to reanimate or enact feminist futures? And finally, what reimagined feminist pedagogies are opened up (or closed down) by participatory media across various platforms, spaces, scales, and ...

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