CRDMers Contributed to a Collaborative Digital Video Installation

              Earlier this semester, CRDMers Jason Buel and Chandra Holst-Maldonado contributed to Local History Through the Camera Lens, a collaborative ​digital video ​installation at Hunt Library. An extension of the project is available at https://centuryfilmcollection.wordpress.com/2015/11/30/introduction/ From the Event Description at Hunt Library: https://www.lib.ncsu.edu/event/local-history-through-camera-lens-exhibit "Explore the history of Raleigh's Century Film Studios (1950s-1980s) through …

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Upcoming Publication of Jason Buel, ABD.

We have some more cool news about Jason Buel's work to be published soon! Some of his research on digital documentaries of the EuroMaidan movement will be included in Place, Power, Media, a forthcoming edited collection. His chapter, “Pictures at a Revolution: Babylon ‘13’s Co-Creation of a New Political Imaginary for Ukraine,” grew out of a …

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Jason Buel is ABD!!!

Jason Buel, a third-year CRDM student, has recently passed his preliminary exams and is now ABD. His dissertation is tentatively titled "This is What Documentary Looks Like: Digital Documentaries and Social Activism." It focuses on three clusters of questions: 1) How do technological structures shape what it is possible for documentary to do based on the production …

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Kris Bell is ABD!!!

Kris Bell unanimously passed her preliminary exams today.  She also presented the prospectus for her dissertation, titled, "Growing up in a world like this:” Interpretations and performances of intersectional parenthood in The Walking Dead. Kris's committee is composed of Drs. Nick Taylor, Devin Orgeron, Chris Poulos of UNC-Greensboro, and co-chaired by Drs. Ken Zagacki and Sarah …

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New CRDM GA Position for CHASS IT!

CHASS IT is offering a one-year (renewable) graduate assistantship for one CRDM student. This is a great opportunity for those interested in digital humanities, emerging technologies, pedagogy, and interdisciplinary collaborations. The student selected for this position will work full time (20-hours/week) as a graduate assistant with CHASS IT under the supervision of Justin Daves. At …

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Carolina Rhetoric Conference 2016 is Accepting Proposal Submissions!

Hosted by NCSU Rhetoric Society of America Student Chapter, Carolina Rhetoric Conference 2016 will take place on March 17-18th, immediately before the CRDM Symposium on the 19th and 20th. The Planning Committee is led by co-chairs Chen Chen, 2nd-year CRDMer, and Kendra Andrews, 1st-year CRDMer. Please see the CFP below and circulate! Carolina Rhetoric Conference …

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J.J. Sylvia IV Publishes Chapter in More Doctor Who and Philosophy

More Doctor Who and Philosophy: Regeneration Time was published on November 17th, and features the chapter "Meeting Up With Yourself," written by CRDM student J.J. Sylvia IV and his co-author Dr. Heath Stevens. Drawing on examples from Doctor Who, J.J. and Heath explore how we might be able to learn from our own past selves through …

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Congratulations to Dr. Fernanda Duarte!!

                Fernanda Duarte has successfully passed her defense today and is now Dr. Fernanda Duarte! Her dissertation is titled openAnalogInput(): Hybrid spaces, Self-making and Power in the Internet of Things Her committee consists of: Adriana de Souza e Silva (Chair) Jeremy Packer David Rieder Steve Wiley This is a bittersweet …

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