The latest issue of MAST (The Journal of Media Art Study and Theory) has been published. It’s a special issue with the theme “Sound, Colonialism, and Power.” It is open access and available here.
CAMS Blog Archive
We are excited to announce that NeMLA 2022 conference will occur in person at the Baltimore, Maryland Marriott Waterfront Hotel. In light of the global calamity we experienced in 2020, the theme for the 2022 NeMLA conference is care. Care is what we do as teachers, researchers, and writers. The concept, however, has taken a magnitude it […]
The study of cultural techniques, or Kulturtechniken, has recently reshaped and sharpened discussions in Germany of the relationship between (media) technology and culture. The word was borrowed from a 19th century idiom referring to agricultural engineering practices that cultivated wild lands, or, to follow the etymology, turned nature into culture. The implication of a Kulturtechnik […]
On March 10, please join the Department of Comparative Thought and Literature, the Center for Advanced Media Studies, and the Program for the Study of Women, Gender and Sexuality for the lecture, "The Modernist Womb."
Please join us for a screening of Ryeohaeng (Journey, IM Heung-soon, 2016) at The Parkway Theater on February 19th from 7-8:30PM. Ryeohaeng is a film that mixes fiction and documentary which tells the stories of women refugees from North Korea. The director, IM Heung-soon, is an artist and filmmaker based in Seoul. Since his early works on his working-class […]
On Wednesday, Sept. 11, CAMS, the GRO, and the Krieger School of Arts & Sciences sponsored a screening of Marjoun & the Flying Headscarf at the Parkway Theatre. In the film, a teenager in Arkansas searches for identity in the headscarf and a motorcycle in the aftermath of her father's imprisonment. The screening was followed by a Q&A with director Susan Youssef.
The symposium will feature two back-to-back events: "Representing Muslim Others: Crisis, Panic, and the ‘Banality of Images’ in Germany" and "The Value Shift in Female Discourses in Realistic Chinese Mainland Teleplays."
At the March 27 event, "Films You Cannot See Anywhere Else: Disability Film Screening and Panel Discussion," Prof. Jennifer Natalya Fink from Georgetown University gave some remarks about the importance of inclusion in film.
On Wednesday, March 27 at 7 p.m., Johns Hopkins presents an evening of accessible film with a speakers panel to follow the screenings. Films include: Sign, This Is Normal, Everything Is Incredible, and When Brenden Met Hiroe. All films are shown with open captions, audio description, and assisted listening devices. The speakers panel will feature Bernadette Wegenstein (JHU), Jennifer Natalya Fink (Georgetown University), and Catherine Kudlick (San Francisco State University and Superfest).
CAMS and the Women, Gender, and Sexuality Program present a screening of Jaurès, directed by Vicent Dieutre, 2012, on February 27 from 7-9 p.m at the Parkway Theatre. Marc Siegel, professor of film studies at Johannes Gutenberg University, Mainz, will lead a discussion following the film.