Feb 14, 2013

Fwd: UPDATED: NYU Cinema Studies Student Conference Schedule - Feb 22-23

Here's another set of low-hanging fruit to pick. 
You should go.  You can double dip, if you like, by making this the topic of your first Curating paper. 

NYU Cinema Studies Student Conference

Something Old, Something New: The Marriage and Separation of Old and New Media


Friday, February 22, 2013:

5pm-6pm Thomas Elsaesser: Round and Round: Horses, Carousels and Perpetual Motion


6:15pm-7:30pm Franco-American Dialogue and Genre – moderated by Bill Simon

Katherine Johnson: An American Genre in France: Jacques Demy's The Umbrellas of Cherbourg

Carrie Reese: Labeling Genre in France: The Rejection of a "New Queer Cinema"

Aaron Rich: Tourneur's Wichita: Gateway to the West, Doorway to Hell…and the New Western


Saturday, February 23, 2013:

9am Coffee/Pastries


9:30am-10:45am A New Narrative – moderated by Kristin Nicole Harper

Kristopher Montello: Watching the Detectives

Elizabeth Shim: Pearls of the Far East: Remaking and Reclaiming Vietnam Through Cinema

Jacqueline Pinkowitz: The Gothic, the South, and the Rise of the Past in The Walking Dead


11am-12:15pm Reframing Urban Space – moderated by Jose Miguel Palacios Del Valle

Sylvie Vitaglione: Still/Moving in Public Space: David Michalek's Slow Dancing

Hsin-Yuan Peng: Hou Hsiao-hsien's Museum of Memory—The Red Balloon Revisits Paris

Eli Meixler: "Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not": Class, Gender, and Youth Culture in 1960s British Cinema


12:15pm-1pm Lunch


1pm-2:15pm Recycling Images and Technology – moderated by Ariane Lebot

Amos Stailey-Young: Gustav Deutsch's Film Ist. and Historical Ontologies of Film

Titania Plant: Third Time's A Charm: The Economics and Aesthetics of 3-D, Past and Present

Alston D'Silva: The Supercut: Meme and Montage in the Media Ecology of the Internet


2:30pm-3:45pm Brave New Digit(al) Worlds: Touching Digital Space – moderated by Sylvie Vitaglione

Brian Welesko: Interstitial Reality: Service Tunnels and Steam Pipes in Constructed Worlds

Rochelle Miller: Fish Net: Finding Nemo, and the Digitization of Physical Media

Russell McDermott: Touch-Lessons, Transitions, and Pixar's Practice of Collective Creativity in WALL-E


4pm-5:15pm Cultural Readings and their Semiotic Variances in Disseminated Musical Performances Online – moderated by Dr. Lily Chumley

Carli Vierke: Creepy Lip Sync Contestant Totally WTF!

Kee Eun Joo: Gangnam Style vs. American Style

Kamilah Gibson: Where Have You Been.  The Expropriation of Culture as Natural Resource: The Resurgence of African Images within the Pop Culture Arena


5:30pm-6:30pm Hector Rodriguez: Frames of Reference: Vectors, Coordinates and Computational Representation


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