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Critical Themes 2011


The 2012 Critical Themes conference has finalized it’s Call for Proposals and is now accepting submissions!

The submission form is available here:

Visit the Critical Themes homepage for more info. When the 2012 website is live, it will be posted there.

Hope to see you there!

Apr 20, 2011

Thanks everyone!

All signs seem to indicate Critical Themes 2011 was a resounding success! A thousand thank you’s to all involved: our faculty advisors Paolo Carpignano and Shannon Mattern, the Media Studies Department, our keynotes Wendy Chun and Clay Shirky, everyone who attended, and of course, all of our presenters!

Loads of great presentations, conversations and general exchanges of ideas all around.

For updates on sharing final papers and hosting of all videos, check back here, on twitter, or in your inbox.

Thanks and see you next year!

The Critical Themes Organizing Committee

Critical Themes in Media Studies 2011, program cover

Apr 14, 2011

See you tomorrow!

We’re all setup and ready to go. See you all tomorrow!

Critical Themes 2011 poster

Poster, in the lobby of 66 W 12th St.

Since this question has been asked a few times now, it makes sense to take a moment to respond here: Critical Themes 2011 will be free and open to the public, and no registration is necessary to attend! Just show up on Friday or Saturday.

If, however, you feel so inclined, registering for our event on Facebook will help give us some estimate of attendance: Critical Themes on Facebook.

And as the event approaches, please check back here, or follow us on Twitter, for all news and updates.

Thanks, and see you at Critical Themes!


We’ve just finished finalizing our schedule, including all panel and session groupings. whew! That was tough. Please check it out:

Some bits are still TBA, but that is nearly complete. We’re very excited about the lineup!

So please check out our presenter bios and their abstracts. Some of our scholars have provided “Supplementary materials” which you’ll find linked beneath their abstracts.

Also, we’ve enabled comments on each of the panel pages in the hopes of catalyzing some discussions before, during, and after the event. So have a look at those materials and if you feel so inclined, please share any questions or reflections you may have in the comments section!

Thanks and see you all soon!
The Critical Themes organizing committee


Professor Shannon Mattern has just published a quick post providing some background and context on the opening night panel she will be chairing “The Multimodel Dissertation,” which will feature Jennifer Heuson, Veronica Paredes and Carlin Wing. Check it out!

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We are delighted, pleased, and absolutely thrilled to be launching the website for the 11th annual Critical Themes in Media Studies!

The conference will be taking place April 15-16, at The New School in New York City.

It is going to be a great one this year! Have a look at our full schedule of events to see what’s planned, including our wonderful keynote presenters whom we are all excited about, an excellent opening night panel discussion, and of course, our esteemed student presenters, hailing from 17 different universities and 5 countries.

You can also follow along on twitter. We will be tweeting regular announcements from our @criticalthemes account, and any tweets to @criticalthemes or referencing the #criticalthemes hashtag will be pulled in to the sidebar at the right-hand side (as well as archived here on our site for future reference).

We are currently in the process of collecting abstracts from all our presenters and finalizing our panel groupings. As we do that, we will enable comments on those and we hope to spark some exciting discussions here on the site, both in advance of, during, and after the actual event!

As I write this, many details are still being sorted out, so please check back here for updates as they materialize.

See you at Critical Themes!
The Critical Themes Organizing Committee

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