Tag Archives: 2011 Symposium

The Exaggerated Death of Time and Space

Keynote Address - Dr. Richard White, Stanford University [jwplayer config="Custom Player" mediaid="612"]

Neurofutures: Brain-Machine Interfaces and the New New Media

Keynote Address, Dr. Timothy Lenoir, Duke University [jwplayer config="Custom Player" mediaid="609"]

Surfing History as Western History: Hawai’i, Indonesia, and the Transpacific Frontier

Dr. Scott Laderman – History, University of Minnesota Duluth [jwplayer config="Custom Player" mediaid="606"]

Localizing Media Policy: Pessimistic Histories, Optimistic Futures

Dr. Bill Kirkpatrick – Communication, Denison University [jwplayer config="Custom Player" mediaid="598"]

Frontiers of New Media: The Mormon Case

Dr. John Peters – Communication, University of Iowa [jwplayer config="Custom Player" mediaid="595"]

Books, Libraries and Literary Culture in World of Warcraft

Dr. J. Clare Woods – Classical Studies, Duke [jwplayer config="Custom Player" mediaid="592"]

Branding the Counterfeit in post-WTO China: Shanzhai, New Media and Globalization

Dr. Fan Yang – Media and Communication Studies, University of Maryland Baltimore County [jwplayer config="Custom Player" mediaid="589"]

Electrifying the Book: Reading Machines and Print Disability, 1912-1980

Dr. Mara Mills – Media, Culture, and Communication, New York University Steinhardt [jwplayer mediaid="585"]

Mass Producing Social Media: Technical Standards, The Interactive Advertising Bureau, and the Rise of Template-Driven Social Media

Dr. Robert W. Gehl – Communication, University of Utah [jwplayer config="Custom Player" mediaid="582"]

Digital Credibility: Photographic Truth in Video Forensics

Dr. Kelly Gates – Communication, University of California San Diego [jwplayer config="Custom Player" mediaid="579"]