Critical Materialist Media Studies
Monday April 24, 2017: Anna Reading (King's College, London)

UiT Tromsø room B-1005, 10:15-12:00

"The Materiality of Memory in the Globital Age"

Video recording of the lecture available here


November 17, 2016: Jamie Woodcock (London School of Economics)

UiT Tromsø room C-1003, 10:15 - 12:00

"Working the Phones: Control and Resistance in UK Call Centres"

Video recording of the lecture available here.

Jamie's book on the issue is available here.


September 26, 2016: Zuzana Štefková (Academy of Art, Architecture, and Design - Prague)

UiT Tromsø room C-1007, 10:15 - 12:00

"Queer Art in Czech and Slovak Context"

Video recording of the lecture available here.


September 27, 2016: Zuzana Štefková (Academy of Art, Architecture, and Design - Prague)

UiT Tromsø room NLYSTH U 06, 10:15 - 12:00

"Artwall Gallery and Czech and Slovak Contemporary Critical Art"

Video recording of the lecture available here.


February 19, 2016: Nina Lager Vestberg (NTNU)

UiT Tromsø room B-1003, 10:15 - 12:00

"Media Ecology Beyond the Metaphor: New, Better, and More Materialist"

Video recording of the lecture available here. Filming by RESULT, UiT Tromsø.


November 17, 2015: Katy Scoggin (Co-Producer of Citizenfour)

UiT Tromsø room E-0103, 13:15 - 15:00

"Characters as Source: Encryption, OPSEC, and Source Protection in the Making of Citizenfour"

Video recording of the lecture available here. Filming by RESULT, UiT Tromsø.


May 7, 2015: Caleb Kelly (University of New South Wales):

UiT Tromsø room E-0104, 13:15 - 15:00

"Dirt(y) Media"

Video recording of the lecture available here. Filming by RESULT, UiT Tromsø.


September 29, 2014: Katherine N. Hayles (Duke University):

Perspectives on Digital Humanities and Technogenesis

Video recordings of lecture 1 & 2 available here and here. Filming by RESULT, UiT Tromsø.

An interview conducted with Katherine N. Hayles during her stay at UiT is available in The Fibreculture Journal. The text is published under a creative commons license and can be accessed here.


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