Our Cinema Journal Presents segment features Jun Okada, Associate Professor of English and Film Studies at SUNY Geneseo discussing her new book Making Asian American Film and Video: History, Institutions, Movements, as well as ongoing research.
In addition, we’ve put together a segment on graduate student-run journals, including interviews with editors of InVisible Culture: An Electronic Journal for Visual Culture (featuring Victoria Gao, of the University of Rochester), as well as The Velvet Light Trap (featuring Caroline Leader and Derek Long of the University of Wisconsin–Madison and Colleen Montgomery and Michael O'Brien of the University of Texas at Austin). Next month’s episode will continue this series, exploring more great student journals.
Also, Chris gathers comments from fellow participants in a workshop on Television History, the Peabody Archives, and Cultural Memory at the Peabody Awards Archives at the University of Georgia.
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Cinema Journal Presents - Jun Okada
Jun Okada Faculty Page
Making Asian American Film and Video: History, Institutions, Movements (Rutgers University Press)
“’Noble and Uplifting and Boring as Hell’: Asian American Film and Video, 1972-1982,” Cinema Journal 49, no. 1, (Winter 2009)
Slate article on Wayne Wang’s career
Chan Is Missing — NYT Review
Darryl Chin’s Blog: Documents on Art and Cinema
Nam June Paik
More on Paik at Artsy
Graduate student-run journals part 1
(watch for our second part on undergraduate journal Film Matters next month!)
InVisible Culture: An Electronic Journal for Visual Culture - University of Rochester
University of Rochester: Graduate Program in Visual and Cultural Studies
Current Issue: Blueprints
CFP: InVisible Culture Issue #26: Border Crossings
The Velvet Light Trap - University of Texas Press
The University of Texas-Austin: Department of Radio, Television, Film
Co-Coordinating Editorial Chairs
Current Issue and Past Issues: Project Muse
CFP: The Velvet Light Trap Issue #79: Serials, Seriality and Serialization
Television, The Peabody Archives and Cultural Memory
Ethan Thompson Discusses Peabody Archives
Jeffrey Jones, Director
The Walter J Brown Media Archives and Peabody Awards Collection
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