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Archives of previous semester's T600 schedules

The Media Arts & Sciences Speaker Series

The T600 Speaker Series intends to foster cross-campus, interdisciplinary, national and international dialog on research and teaching in the field of media arts and sciences. Every semester faculty, graduate students, and guests from the wider Indiana University community are encouraged or invited to participate as speakers, discussants, panelists, and guests. We welcome any and all suggestions, and look forward to seeing you in the Radio and Television building soon, and often.

For more information, please contact: Paul Wright (paulwrig@indiana.edu)

Refreshments served: 12:15 p.m.
Presentations: 12:30 p.m.
Room: RTV 226
changes in location and time will be noted on the schedule

Date

Speaker / Coordinator

Title

Jan. 17

Julien Mailland
Department of Telecommunications, Indiana University

“The Blues Brothers and the American Constitutional Protection of Hate Speech: Teaching the Meaning of the First Amendment to Foreign Audiences”

Jan. 24

Nicholas Bowman
Department of Communication Studies, West Virginia University

“What is the Meaning of this? Understanding the contentious(?) relationship between videogame play and videogame narrative”

Jan. 31

Jae Kook Lee, Jihyang Choi, and Cheonsoo Kim

This session will run from 1:00-2:15 p.m. and will be held in Ernie Pyle Hall, 220

“Social media, network heterogeneity, and opinion polarization”

Feb. 7

Avi Katz

“The ins and outs of design 101”

Feb. 21

Tony Fargo and Jason Martin
DePaul University

This session will run from 12:45-2:15 p.m. and will be held in Ernie Pyle Hall, 220

“Anonymity, free speech, and the Internet: A global perspective”

Feb. 28

David McDonald
Department of Folklore and Ethnomusicology, Indiana University

Tamara Kharroub and Ozen Bas
Department of Telecommunications, Indiana University

David McDonald: “Framing the Arab Spring: Hip-hop and the poetics of reform in the Arab world”

Tamara Kharroub and Ozen Bas: “Protests and social media: An examination of Twitter images of the 2011 Egyptian revolution”

Mar. 7

Barbara Cherry
Department of Telecommunications, Indiana University

“Technology Transitions Within Telecommunications Networks: Lessons from U.S. and Canadian Experimentation Under Federalism”
Mar. 28

Lindsay Ems
Department of Telecommunications, Indiana University

“Approaches to Amish technology use: Toward preserving cultural autonomy in the digital age”
Apr. 18

Daphna Yeshua-Katz
Department of Telecommunications, Indiana University

Teresa Lynch
Department of Telecommunications, Indiana University

Daphna Yeshua-Katz: “A Study of the Pro-anorexia Community”

Teresa Lynch: “Nothing to fear? An analysis of frightening video game experiences”

Apr. 25

Tamara Kharroub
Department of Telecommunications, Indiana University

“Gender and social identity in transnational Arab Television”