Tag: new media


#MLA2015: Generic Interventions: Print and Media Narratives of Global South Cities

Promo image for Generic Interventions Panel

I just made it to Vancouver, BC for the Modern Language Association, and for those of you who will be there on Thursday, I’ll be presenting on the media of Phú Mỹ Hưng, a.k.a. Saigon South (an edge city of Ho Chi Minh City) on a fabulous panel about Global South cities. This panel is a precursor …


Upcoming Talk: ASA 2013, “Voces Móviles and the Precarity of Work and Play in Online/Offline Spaces”

Next weekend I’ll be in Washington, D.C. for the annual meeting of the American Studies Association. One of my favorite conferences, this year I’m especially excited, since I’ll be on a kick-ass panel of digital media scholars, including Daniel Greene, Laura Portwood-Stacer, Lisa Nakamura, and Tara McPherson will be responding. Our panel, Session # 307, “Identity …


New HASTAC Forum: Queer & Feminist Media Spaces

My dear frolleague, Amanda Phillips, current Research Associate of the Literature.Culture.Media Center at UCSB, and fellow HASTAC Scholar is currently co-hosting at forum on Queer and Feminist New Media Spaces. It just went live this morning! Please come and join in on the discussion! (Registration is required for those who are not yet HASTAC members).