Conversation with artists/filmmakers Carolina Caycedo and David de Rozas

Join In-person (Moody Auditorium, DMC 2.106) or via Zoom webinar. Join RTF former faculty member John Fiege in conversation with Carolina Caycedo and David de Rozas, artists and filmmakers who work across a wide variety of media to confront the brutality of colonialism, the beauty of indigenous cultural traditions, and the intimately entwined relationships between humans and the rest of ...

Alisa Perren Book Talk: “More Than Just Superhero Stories: The Rise of the Hybrid Publisher-Studio”

RTF Associate Professor Alisa Perren will give a talk on her new book, "The American Comic Book Industry and Hollywood" (co-authored with Gregory Steirer), with a reception to follow. This media studies colloquium talk is co-sponsored by the Department of Radio-Television-Film and the Global Media Industries Speaker Series. Join In-person: DMC 5.208 or via Zoom: https://utexas.zoom.us/j/92130138339 More Than Just Superhero Stories: ...

“Is That Really Journalism?” Journalism & Advocacy

What’s the connection between journalism & advocacy? Why do some news organizations consider advocacy problematic? Who decides what advocacy means? Distancing journalism from advocacy is common in some journalism settings, but odd, given the long history of journalism that advocates for social change, performs public service, and enacts solidarity with marginalized people. Join us for a panel discussion featuring folks ...

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