Strokes singer interviews renowned cultural critic in wide-ranging talk on big banks, deceptive journalism and democracy. See the discussion here: http://www.rollingstone.com/music/news/watch-julian-casablancas-talk-corruption-with-henry-giroux-w439325
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About Giuliana Cucinelli
Dr. Giuliana Cucinelli is a researcher and creative media producer whose expertise is in new media, with an emphasis on media activism, and emergent media practices. Her creative work involves interactive documentaries, location-based/locative documentaries, online video documentaries, websites, sound/audio soundscapes, graphic design, transmedia/cross-media, and social media. Through interdisciplinary approaches her research merges theory and practice.
Currently, she is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow for the Comparative Media Studies Program at MIT (Cambridge, MA). She is also a research associate for the Mobile Media Lab in the Department of Communication Studies at Concordia University working with Professor Kim Sawchuk. Additionally, she is a Research Associate for the The School of Communication at Simon Fraser University, working with Dr. Stuart Poynz and Dr. Michael Hoechsamnn (Lakehead University).
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by C.J. POLYCHRONIOU 1. It is widely believed that the advanced liberal societies are suffering a crisis of democracy, a view you share wholeheartedly, although the empirical research, with its positivists bias, tends to be more cautious. In what ways is there less democracy today in places like the United States than there was, say, […]
Shirley Steinberg’s work puts critical youth studies in the spotlight By Betty Rice April 11, 2014 Shirley Steinberg and chapter contributor sj Miller celebrate the launch of The Critical Youth Studies Reader at the American Educational Research Association in Philadelphia last week. Photo courtesy Liz Meyer Each year, the American Educational Research Association(AERA) holds its annual meeting and conference, […]
This impassioned talk explains how students who identify with Hip Hop culture have been ignored or deemed deficient in schools because of mainstream misconceptions associated with Hip Hop culture. Through Hip Hop, these students embody the characteristics of grit, social and emotional intelligence, and the act improvisation- all of which are proven to be predictors […]
Please join us at the Peter Lang-hosted book launch for our new book. See you at 3:00 pm, Friday, April 4, in Exhibit Hall E, Philadelphia Convention Centre, Booths 201-207. This is the Lang Sugar Rush….grab a designer candy and help us celebrate our new book….Thanks to all of you who contributed! Cover […]
Ecological Pedagogy, Buddhist Pedagogy, Hermeneutic Pedagogy: Experiments in a Curriculum for Miracles09 Feb 2014 /0 Comments/in Activism
Check out this new book by Jackie Seidel and David W. Jardine. Click here to purchase the book. Book description: This book explores three interrelated roots of scholarly work that have a supportive and elaborative affinity to authentic and engaging classroom inquiry: ecological consciousness, Buddhist epistemologies, philosophies and practices, and interpretive inquiry or «hermeneutics.” Although these three roots […]
By Ryan Clements Tonight I feel inspired, reflective, maybe a little sad as well. Tomorrow is exactly five years from the time that Joe Kincheloe died. Many people know Joe as a scholar and writer. He was a […]