Prof. Claudia Calhoun’s book, Only the Names Have Been Changed: Dragnet, the Police Procedural, and Postwar Culture (2022), has won the Peter C. Rollins Book Award by the Northeast Popular & American Culture Association. The prize is for “the best book on American or popular culture penned by a scholar who lives and/or works in New England or New York.”
Prof. Andrew Demirjian will be showing his film Recalibrating in the 7th Intermedia Art Festival, China Academy of Art, School of Intermedia Art, Hangzhou, China, Nov.- Dec.
He will also be presenting a lecture called Listening to Change in an Immersive Technology panel at the Heritage and Affect Conference on Nov. 16th at Oklahoma University.
Prof. Poyen Wang’s animated video work is on exhibit at the 40th Kassel Documentary Film and Video Festival and its accompanying media art exhibition, Monitoring (Nov. 14-19).