Jack Bratich appears on panel with Brooke Gladstone and Martha Rosler

 

Dr. Jack Bratich gave a presentation on October 23, 2012 at Millersville University. The presentation titled, “One or Many Machines: Minor Media, Public-Making, and Multitude-Dissuasion”, was part of a panel discussion (along with Brooke Gladstone and Martha Rosler) about Gladstone’s book. Dr. Bratich, who studies media power, is a member of Rutgers University’s School of Communication and Information (SC&I). Read more

 

How Does Google Know to Read Your Mind?

 

The Department of Journalism & Media Studies, the Journalism Research Institute, and the School of Communication and Information welcomed cultural historian and media scholar, Siva Vaidhyanathan, Robertson Professor in Media Studies, University of Virginia speaking in the series New Directions in Media Studies on the topic The Cryptopticon: The Legal, Ethical, and Intellectual Implications of “Big Data” on September 20 at Alexander Library. Read more

 

Jochen Scholl keynotes annual NAGARA forum

 

iSchool Associate Professor Hans (Jochen) Scholl addressed 250 attendees at the National Association of Government Archivists and Record Administrators (NAGARA) annual E-Records Forum that took place in Seattle on October 24, 2012. The Washington State Archives are world leaders in digital record keeping. Read more