Robert Stam (NYU), "Transmedial Pedagogy and the Remixed Avant-Gardes: Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Internet"
Robert Stam is University Professor at New York University. He has authored, co-authored and edited some seventeen books on film and cultural theory, national cinema (French and Brazilian), comparative race and postcolonial studies. His books include: Francois Truffaut and Friends: Modernism, Sexuality, and Adaptation (Rutgers, 2006); Literature through Film (Blackwell, 2005); Film Theory: An Introduction (Blackwell, 2000); Tropical Multiculturalism (Duke, 1997); Subversive Pleasures: Bakhtin, Cultural Criticism and Film (Johns Hopkins, 1989); Reflexivity in Film and Literature: From Don Quixote to Jean-Luc Godard (Columbia, 1995); Brazilian Cinema (Associated University Presses, 1982). He is co-author, with Ella Shohat, of Race in Translation: Culture Wars Around the Postcolonial Atlantic (NYU, 2012); Flagging Patriotism (Routledge, 2006); Multiculturalism, Postcoloniality, and Transnational Media (Rutgers, 2003); and Unthinking Eurocentrism: Multiculturalism and the Media (Routledge, 1994, with 20th Anniversary Edition with new Afterward in 2014). His most recent book is Keywords in Subversive Film/Media Aesthetics (Blackwell, 2015).