Month: January 2021

Prof. Isabel Pinedo’s book published

Isabel Pinedo: Difficult Women on TV Drama book cover

Prof. Isabel Pinedo’s book Difficult Women on Television Drama: The Gender Politics Of Complex Women In Serial Narratives will be available February.

About the Book:
Difficult Women on Television Drama analyses select case studies from international TV dramas to examine the unresolved feminist issues they raise or address: equal labor force participation, the demand for sexual pleasure and freedom, opposition to sexual and domestic violence, and the need for intersectional approaches. This book is a must-read for scholars of media and communication studies; television and film studies; cultural studies; American studies; sociology of gender and sexualities; women and gender studies; and international film, media and cinema studies.

Prof. Andrew Demirjian’s work featured in 2 articles and 2 exhibitions

Prof. Andrew Demirjian’s work featured in 2 articles and 2 exhibitions:

Media-N cover

Media-N Journal, Volume 17, Winter 2021: Forking Paths in New Media Art Practices: Investigating Remix

Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy, December 2020, “Chance Encounters: Pedagogical Methodologies for Teaching Creative Coding

Pandemic Projections, Museum of Contemporary Art Long Island, curated by Wavelength, Patchogue, NY, October 2020 (I Tremble with Anticipation)

ADJUSTING the LENS: FEST, Unrequited Leisure, Nashville, TN, December 2020