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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 unless otherwise noted

Date

Speaker / Coordinator

Title

Aug. 30

Edward Castronova
Department of Telecommunications, Indiana University

“A new approach for designing games in serious contexts”

Sept. 6

Sept. 13

Jesse Fox
School of Communicaton, Ohio State University

“Sexism and Harassment in Video Games and Virtual Worlds”

Sept. 20

Nicholas Matthews / Kristin Lindsley
Department of Telecommunications, Indiana University

Nicholas Matthews: "Using construal level theory to predict aggression, hostility and prosocial outcomes of video game play"

Kristin Lindsley: “But you don't make games! Resistance to casual game culture among core gamers”

Sept. 27 Ron Osgood
Department of Telecommunications, Indiana University
“Development of an online interactive documentary”
Oct. 4 Ron Osgood & Will Emigh
Department of Telecommunications, Indiana University
“Development of an online interactive documentary (Part II)”
Oct. 11 Bryant Paul
Department of Telecommunications, Indiana University
“An Expedition to Digital Gomorrah: Undertaking a Content Analysis of 6,500 Online Pornographic Videos”
Oct. 18
Oct. 25

Betsi Grabe & Ozen Bas
Department of Telecommunications, Indiana University

Shuo Tang, Edo Steinberg, & Yanqin Liu
Departments of Journalism & Telecommunications, Indiana University

note: this session will be held in RTV 251

Betsi Grabe & Ozen Bas: “The testosterone factor: News values as genered frames in covering U.S. presidential candidates”

Shuo Tang, Edo Steinberg, & Yanqin Liu: “Race to look good: The visual representation of presidential candidates in online media”

Nov. 1 Jeremy Birnholtz
School of Communication, Northwestern University
“Seeing and being Seen: Co-situation and impression formation in a location-aware gay dating app”
Nov. 8

David Waterman
Department of Telecommunications, Indiana University

“Printed vs. electronic readings: A misalignment of university and student incentives?”
Nov. 15 Cornelia Fales
Department of Folklore and Ethnomusicology, Indiana University
“Voices of God”
Nov. 22
Nov. 29
Dec. 6 Patrick Feaster
Department of Communication and Culture, Indiana University
“Deciphering the World's Oldest Audio”