All posts tagged with 'political economy'
Jorge Cuellar is a first year Master’s student in the Division of Critical Studies at the USC School of Cinematic Arts. His research interests include the history of cinema in Central America, Latin American philosophy, political economy, globalization, and revolutionary film and media.
Tai is completing a Masters in Sociology at the New School for Social
Research and holds a BA (Honors) in Sociology and Media Studies from
Victoria University of Wellington in New Zealand. Tai’s research
interests include understanding changes in the nature of production and
the consumption of digital media, the political economy of media, as
well as how political and social discourses play out in entertainment.
He works as a researcher at The Harmony Institute a non-profit research
institute for integrating the behavioral sciences with entertainment to
influence positive change, and has previously carried out research for
the Office of Film and Literature Classification in New Zealand.
Tracy Miller is a New York-based editor and writer, and an M.A. candidate in the Media Studies program at the New School. Her research interests include the impact of technology on everyday communication; online communities and social networks; political economy of media; and the evolution of journalism in the digital age. As a journalist specializing in online media, Tracy has held editorial staff positions at the New York Daily News, AOL, and Prevention magazine. She earned her undergraduate degree in English from Kenyon College, graduating magna cum laude. You can find her riding her bike around Brooklyn, or on Twitter @MillerTracyL.