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2020-2021 Race Critical Theories (UPDATED)
NOV 10 - Race and Affectability
OCT 30 - We Messed Up-01
Underglobalization
Steamrolling Disks
Asian Video Culture
The Last Angel of History
Media and Migration
Subway
2020-20201 Race Critical Theories - Full
Porting Media Poster
Shannon Free Zone - Ireland
Graphic Landscape
Salemi Italy
Malaysian Cinema
GEM Statement on Anti-Blackness and #BLM

There is an ambivalence, even heartbreak, in writing solidarity statements. Because they are so often used as “cover,” in the sense of business as usual or risk management, and because our banks, mobile phone providers, and the university itself has hijacked its language, branding affiliations. And yet to seek out and provide for solidarity and communion is essential. It is essential to our work as teachers and students, researchers and intellectuals, activists and organizers, pessimists and dreamers.

 

The Global Emergent Media Lab is committed to Black communities and anti-racist movements and to combatting ongoing colonial violence, police brutality, racial capitalism, and white supremacy. We believe in the work of scholars, activists, and organizers and in their demand to examine and to end white supremacy in its systemic, institutional, and everyday forms. We join communities all over the world in mourning and seeking justice for George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Nina Pop, Ahmaud Arbery, ...

GEM News
GEM Lab News!

Tuesday, November 10th @ 3pm (space still available) Seminar with Christine Goding-Doty (Africana Studies at Hobart and William Smith Col... . . .

"Race and Affectability" with Christine Goding-Doty Rescheduled to Nov . . .

GEM Lab News!

A new essay co-written by Dr. Marc Steinberg and Dr. Joshua Neves, "Pandemic Platforms: How Convenience Shapes the Inequality of Crisis,"... . . .

Dr. Marc Steinberg and Dr. Joshua Neves featured in new collection "Pa . . .

GEM Lab News!

Today's online event with Christine Goding-Doty, "Race and Affectability" is unfortunately cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances. We ... . . .

Race and Affectability - CANCELLED

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2020-20201 Race Critical Theories - Full

The full text poster for this years Annual Seminar in Media and Political Theory: Race Critical Theories.