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  • Discussion: Marcelline Block “Feminist Gaze and Spectatorship”

    Come of a panel discussion about the book “Situating the Feminist Gaze and Spectatorship in Postwar Cinema,” a scholarly collection of essays on feminist film theory and contemporary post-feminist media studies. Joining editor Marcelline Block on the panel will be: Izabela Kalinowska, Jeremi …

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  • Black Nature: 4 Centuries of African American Nature Poetry

    Contributors to the landmark anthology "Black Nature: Four Centuries

    of African American Nature Poetry" gather for conversation and readings.

  • The Fiction Feed 2

    The Fiction Feed 2 is a follow up to last fall’s reading and raucous debate about fiction and technology organized by literary website Joyland. This installment features author and Joyland co-founder Brian Joseph Davis, Cursor’s Richard Nash, and blogger and author Jim Hanas. The event is free.…

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  • DAVE TOMPKINS – HOW TO WRECK A NICE BEACH: The Vocoder from World War II to Hip-Hop

    This is the story of how a military device became the robot voice of hip-hop and pop music. Though the vocoder, invented by Bell Labs in 1928, was designed to guard phones from eavesdroppers, it expanded beyond its original purpose and has since become widely used as a voice-altering tool for musicians.…

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