[Air-l] Media Ecology Association Convention June 21-23, 2002 NYC

J. Sternberg netberg at compuserve.com
Mon Jun 3 05:44:38 PDT 2002

The Third Annual Convention of the Media Ecology Association
Sponsored by 
The Communication Arts Department
Marymount Manhattan College
New York, New York
June 21-23, 2002

Schedule as of 6/2/02
updates and details at http://www.media-ecology.org

FRIDAY June 21

Registration Opens

Introduction and Greetings
David Linton - Marymount Manhattan College
Laura Tropp - Marymount Manhattan College
Lance Strate - Fordham University

Session 1 - Panel
Moderator - Brian Cogan - New York University

There is No Easy Way to Say This: The Mao Era as Hypertext
Susan Jacobson - Marymount Manhattan College

The Internet Discourse on the Other: Remembering Japanese Colonialism
in Korea
Dong-Hoo Lee - Incheon University

The "Majestic" Game: Interactive Media Environments and a New Turing
Damian Ward Hey - Hofstra University

Technology and Contingent Conditions in Community Formation on the
Joyce Y.M. Nip - Hong Kong Baptist University

Session 2A - Panel
Moderator - Peter Fallon - Molloy College

Information Technology and the Technology of Information
Irene Berkowitz - Temple University

The Devil in Dr. Frankenstein: Pornographic Technological Evolution
Marc Leverette - New York University

Communication by Theft: The Acquisition and Use of Intimate Capital
John L. Locke - New York University

A.N.S.W.E.R.: Community Video and Media Ecology
Kevin Howley - Northeastern University

Session 2B - Panel
Changing Media Environments After 9/11: A Roundtable Discussion
Moderator - Raymond Gozzi, Jr. - Ithaca College

How Middle Eastern Media are Interpreting the Events Following
September 11th
Jack Barwind - Zayed University

9/11 and My Favorite Market in the UAE
James Piecowye - Zayed University

Media Portrayals of Muslims: Positive and Negative Aspects
Raymond Smith - Iona College

War and Peace in the Global Village: Updating McLuhan
James C. Morrison - Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Featured Presentation
Moderator - George Back - Hofstra University

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