IR 11 is wildly interdisciplinary, tied together largely by research topic, leading to a number of fascinating connections, disjunctures, and challenges.
Given that Erin so eloquently captured the buzz of the scholarly conversations this weekend, I’m going to focus on some of the roundtables that I found most intellectually stimulating.
The ability to facilitate dialogue not only within roundtables, but among them, seems to me the greatest strength of the Flow conference model.
This past week, the University of Wisconsin-Madison hosted the 6th annual Games+Learning+Society conference, and we were there to cover it.
At Console-ing Passions, you can expect scholarship on culture, identity, gender, and sexuality (as they relate to media) in every panel—and it’s great to mingle with so many brilliant feminist scholars!
The third day of SCMS 2010 has passed and Friday is our humpday. And, yes, I am over the hump with some midway thoughts… 1) SCMS is big and small at the same time – This is my fifteenth year…