Reflections on "The Vibrating World: Soundscapes and Undersongs"
Friday, April 14, 2017

Reflections on "The Vibrating World: Soundscapes and Undersongs"

GC PhD student Christina Katopodis reflects on a selection of presentations from The Vibrating World conference including a silent performance of a scene from the opera Aida, a panel on the politics of sound, a performative lecture on making music with nonhuman lifeforms, and an audiovisual performance that drew on the dual histories of synthesizers and radio. 

Stacked on Her Office Shelf: Stewardship and AIDS Archives
Friday, January 13, 2017

Stacked on Her Office Shelf: Stewardship and AIDS Archives

Alexandra Juhasz and Theodore (ted) Kerr discuss the diverse legacy of AIDS activist video; how this legacy has been used in mainstream representations by white gay men to represent white gay men’s stories; and how the many underrepresented histories of AIDS—particularly the work and experiences of women and people of color—might be accessed, highlighted, and carried on.

Narrating America in the Contemporary Community College
Saturday, October 24, 2015

Narrating America in the Contemporary Community College

GC PhD student Jessica Murray reports on a forum bringing together students, teachers, administrators, and researchers to emphasize personal narratives in discussions of how to improve community colleges.