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Podcast by A podcast about how media and cultural studies can shape more just media futures from the Media Futures Hub at UNSW Sydney and @MediaFuturesHub on Twitter.

Media Futures Podcast A podcast about how media and cultural studies can shape more just media futures from the Media Futures Hub at UNSW Sydney and @MediaFuturesHub on Twitter.

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Podcast by A podcast about how media and cultural studies can shape more just media futures from the Media Futures Hub at UNSW Sydney and @MediaFuturesHub on Twitter.

    Drone Futures BONUS: Caren Kaplan Q&A

    Drone Futures BONUS: Caren Kaplan Q&A

    This bonus episodes features the live Q&A from the keynote lecture of the Drone Cultures Symposium by Caren Kaplan, Professor Emirata of American Studies at the UC Davis. Caren is in conversation with Michael Richardson, with questions asked via live chat on YouTube. If you haven't already, check out Caren's talk, along with an opening interview, in our previous episode.

    • 28 min
    Drones Futures E7: Caren Kaplan

    Drones Futures E7: Caren Kaplan

    On this episode, Michael is joined by Caren Kaplan, Professor Emirata of American Studies at UC Davis. She is the author of numerous books, most recently Aerial Aftermath: Wartime from Above. You can follow her at https://twitter.com/cajakap

    Drone Futures is hosted by Michael Richardson, Senior Research Fellow at the University of New South Wales, whose research examines the intersection of war, culture and technology. https://twitter.com/richardson_m_a

    Media Futures Hub works at the intersection of media and cultural studies to shape the theories, methods and practices needed for more just media futures. https://twitter.com/MediaFuturesHub

    • 1 hr 23 min
    Drone Futures E6: Mahwish Chishty

    Drone Futures E6: Mahwish Chishty

    On this episode, Michael is joined by Mahwish Chishty, a multimedia artist who initially trained as a miniature painter in Pakistan. Her work combines traditional artistic practice with her interest in contemporary politics, particularly the relationship between the US and Pakistan and the impact of drones on life and culture.

    Drone Futures is hosted by Michael Richardson, Senior Research Fellow at the University of New South Wales, whose research examines the intersection of war, culture and technology. https://twitter.com/richardson_m_a

    Media Futures Hub works at the intersection of media and cultural studies to shape the theories, methods and practices needed for more just media futures. https://twitter.com/MediaFuturesHub

    • 46 min
    Drone Futures E5: Thomas Stubblefield

    Drone Futures E5: Thomas Stubblefield

    On this episode, Michael is joined by Thomas Stubblefield, Associate Professor of Contemporary Art History and Media Studies at the University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth. Thomas is the author of the new book Drone Art: The Everywhere War as Medium (2020).

    More info on the book can be found at https://www.ucpress.edu/book/9780520339620/drone-art

    Drone Futures is hosted by Michael Richardson, Senior Research Fellow at the University of New South Wales, whose research examines the nexus of war, culture and technology. https://twitter.com/richardson_m_a

    Media Futures Hub works at the intersection of media and cultural studies to shape the theories, methods and practices needed for more just media futures. https://twitter.com/MediaFuturesHub

    • 1 hr 3 min
    Drone Futures BONUS: Q&A with J.D. Schnepf

    Drone Futures BONUS: Q&A with J.D. Schnepf

    This bonus episodes features the live Q&A from a talk given at the Media Futures Hub by Dr J.D. Schnepf, Assistant Professor of American Studies at the University of Groningen in the Netherlands. Jen is in conversation with Michael Richardson, with questions asked via live chat on YouTube. If you haven't already, check out Jen's talk, along with an opening interview, in our previous episode.

    • 27 min
    Drones Futures E4: J.D. Schnepf

    Drones Futures E4: J.D. Schnepf

    On this episode, Michael is joined by Dr J.D. Schnepf, Assistant Professor of American Studies at the University of Groningen in the Netherlands. Her research focuses on the literature and culture of the US security state, surveillance technologies, extractive infrastructures, and the War on Terror. You can follow her at https://twitter.com/jd_schnepf.

    Drone Futures is hosted by Michael Richardson, Senior Research Fellow at the University of New South Wales, whose research examines the intersection of war, culture and technology. https://twitter.com/richardson_m_a

    Media Futures Hub works at the intersection of media and cultural studies to shape the theories, methods and practices needed for more just media futures. https://twitter.com/MediaFuturesHub

    • 1 hr 2 min

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