Two preoccupations/forms/themes will structure, circle, and motivate my talk on October 5, 2012, for the UCLA Graduate Colloquium in Cinema and Media Studies.
Forms and structures matter … for how and what we teach, learn, write, make and publish. Engaged, situated pedagogy and research in the digital humanities need new writing and speaking forms, as […]
(University of California Humanities Research Institute)
Approved: May 17, 2012
PI: Lisa Cartwright, Professor of Communication, Science Studies, UCSD
Elizabeth Losh, Director of Academic Programs, Culture, Art, and Technology, UCSD
Lisa Parks, Professor, Film and Media Studies, Art, and Feminist Studies, UCSB
Kavita Philip, Associate Professor, Women’s Studies, UCI
Considering today’s talk, and the song, pair up with another person and use a phone, tablet, camera, or laptop to record a still image or video to be used as cover art or for the music video for “Kong Jian,” meaning “space” in Mandarin Chinese.
Images and song titles can go to: email@example.com
(from Wendy Hsu and Carey Sargent, Occidental College)
Considering today’s talk, pair up with another person and use a phone, tablet, camera or laptop* to record a sound/image. This sound could be spoken, sung, musical, a sample of existing media, or environmental sounds.
After you record your sound(s), upload them here: http://soundcloud.com/femonspace1/dropbox
This is a grrrltronica remix of the “But I Like Kittens” video from UCLA. Featuring: Hannah Arendt, philosopher, kitten, nuisance. This song is free to download. We encourage further remix.
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