Armond R. Towns
Click Here to Register for the Event Who is the human in media philosophy? Though media philosophers have argued since the twentieth century that media are fundamental to being human, this question has not been explicitly asked and answered in the field. Armond R. Towns demonstrates that humanity in media philosophy has implicitly referred to a social Darwinian understanding...
Representing Ourselves into Existence: Tracing the History of Trans Filmmaking in the United States and Canada
Dr. Laura Horak
Click here to Register Despite recent attention to representations of trans people in media, media created by trans people is often overlooked. Creating and circulating audiovisual media is a particularly powerful way to create new representations and new worlds. When trans people create audiovisual media, rather than simply being represented in it, they help make these new...