Chris Moreh explains how the need to take up the challenge posed by rapid economic growth in Asia has aided the resurrection of national imaginaries of an Asian origin in the Central European country of Hungary.
Looking beyond the content of Michele Hilmes’s work to its structure and form, Shawn VanCour discusses the larger goals and techniques of Hilmesian historiography.
Michele Hilmes’ legacy for radio and sound studies, broadcasting history, and cultural studies is clearly profound and prodigious, but her influence extends further, as well: this quintessential cultural historian is also a profound new media scholar.
Josh Shepperd provides Part 1 of 2 to his final entry in the “On (the) Wisconsin Discourses” series with an examination of Michele Hilmes’ contributions to discursive analysis.
A federal appeals court just ended net neutrality because the FCC didn’t call it what it is: common carriage.
Josh Shepperd’s “On (the) Wisconsin Discourses” series continues with a focus on the contributions of Julie D’Acci to the concepts of emergence and temporality
Colin Burnett continues our Aesthetic Turn series with a call to revise our thinking about moving image intelligence beyond just language and verbal systems of thought.
What political investments are written into discursive analysis? What is the relationship between media literacy and aesthetic analysis?
Part one in a series on “The Wisconsin Discourses.”