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Krista Lynes, Assistant Professor, Communication Studies Department, Concordia University in Montreal, Canada In his critical analysis of postmodern culture, Fredric Jameson asserted that the particular temporality of video, its &l...
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Ros Gray, Lecturer, Critical Studies, Goldsmiths University of London Within the context of cinematographic traditions and different liberation movements on the African continent, Ros Gray’s research focuses on revolutionary cinem...
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In his new book, Twilight Of The Elites, journalist and MSNBC host Chris Hayes poses a challenge with special resonance for the MIT community -- Are the institutions which foster America's leadership class working as intended? Hayes' boo...
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What would a cinema that serves its subjects, rather than forces of capital, look like? A cinema of refusal, a cinematic non-form that breaks away from the conditions set by capital. A cinema made entirely of the process itself, that can...
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Chip Lord, Professor Emeritus, Film & Digital Media, UC Santa Cruz Chip Lord’s talk presents several recent projects and includes a historical introduction to the radical art and architecture group Ant Farm, 1968–19...
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The discussions in this video were followed the screenings of two films of John Akomfrah. Reconsidering Handsworth Songs Handsworth Songs (1986), an essayistic documentary film, explores the history of the contemporary Britis...
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