Post-Cinematic Affect: Theorizing Digital Movies Now — #SCMS13

This panel at SCMS look like it will be a popular, “go to” panel. If I was going this year I would be sitting in on it. Good luck Shane, Therese, and Steven.

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At the upcoming conference of the Society for Cinema and Media Studies (March 6-10, 2013 in Chicago), I will be participating in a panel on “post-cinematic affect” with Steven Shaviro (who, literally, wrote the book on the topic), Therese Grisham (who organized a great roundtable discussion on the topic in La Furia Umana, which I was also proud to be a part of — and which can alternatively be found here if La Furia Umana is down), and Julia Leyda (who also participated in the roundtable and will serve as respondent on our SCMS panel).

Here is a description of our panel, which is scheduled for Thursday, March 7, from 3:00 – 4:45 pm (Session H):

Post-Cinematic Affect: Theorizing Digital Movies Now

If cinema and television, as the dominant media in the twentieth century, shaped and reflected our cultural sensibilities, how do new digital media in the twenty-first…

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2 Responses to Post-Cinematic Affect: Theorizing Digital Movies Now — #SCMS13

  1. Shane Denson says:

    Thanks a lot, Troy. I appreciate it!

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