Publications

Articles/Essays

“Archives Analog and Digital” Screen, Spring 2013 (available here)

“Data Visualization & Documentary’s (In)Visible Frontiers” in Documentary Across Disciplines edited by Erika Balsom & Hila Pileg and published by MIT press (preview available here)

“Why We (Shouldn’t) Fight: War Documentaries as Protest” in The Wiley-Blackwell Companion to the War Film edited by Douglas A. Cunningham (preview available here)

Several Sides of Errol MorrisFilm Quarterly, Vol. 65, No. 4 (Summer 2012) (pp. 48-52)

Book review of The Subject of Documentary, Michael Renov. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2004. Published in “Documentary Box” #24, Fall 2004.

“Media Theory According to Errol Morris” in Contemporary Documentary edited by Selmin Kara & Daniel Marcus published by Routledge (preview available here)

Talks & Conference Presentations

“World Picture as Self-Portrait” Film Philosophy Conference“Shadowing Images, Metadata and Surveillance” Panel, Glasgow, July 2014

“Autobiography and Self-Tracking” What is Documentary? Conference “Digital Theory” Panel, Portland Oregon, April 2014

“Data’s Indexicality” Society for Cinema & Media Studies“Documentary Self-Portraiture” Panel, Seattle, WA March 2014

“Subjectivity and Self-Surveillance” Society for the Social Studies of Science “Affect, Emotion and Digital Media” Panel, San Diego, October 2013

“Power/Play: Agency & Autonomy in Virtual War” Society for Cinema & Media Studies “Commercial Games in Cultural Context” Panel, Chicago, March 2013

“Panelist: Social Justice in the Age of Big Data” Swinging and Flowing: Inclusion and Diversity in the Age of Big Data, CITRIS Data & Democracy Initiative, April 2012

 “The Optic-less Unconscious: Data Journalism and the Quest for Visible Evidence”
Society for Cinema and Media Studies, “Data Visualization” Panel, Boston, March 2012

“Big Data’s Breaking News” BEARS Symposium, UC Berkeley Electrical Engineering Department, February 2012

“The Optic-less Unconscious: Data Journalism and the Quest for Visible Evidence”
Society for Cinema and Media Studies, “Data Visualization” Panel, Boston, March 2012

“The Failure of the Image: Music, Affect and Database Aesthetics in Errol Morris Standard Operating Procedure” SCMS, Los Angeles, March 2010

“MoveOn’s Moving Images: Documentary Film and Online Political Action”, Future of the Forum, UC Berkeley, December 2009

“‘States of Exception’: Gone Gitmo and the Paradox of Documentary Representation in Virtual Immersive Environments” Visible Evidence XVI, Los Angeles, CA, August 2009.

“Bodies of Masses, MASSIVE BODIES: Networked Embodiment and the Digital Multitude” Berkeley Big Bang: Embodiment and New Media Conference, Berkeley Art Museum, May 2008.

“Time’s Up: Political Documentary and the Expiration of the Call to Action” SCMS, Philadelphia, March 2008.

“In my life I have seen wars”: Memory, War Crimes and the Visual Artifact in Errol Morris’ The Fog of War” SCMS, Chicago, March 2007.

“Today’s Taipei: Globalization and Post-colonialism in the Work of Edward Yang” SCMS, in London, England March 2004.

“Un-frozen Frame: Photographic Signification in Marker’s LaJetee” “Beyond the Frame: Transcending Borders in Cinema” San Francisco State University, October 2004.

“Based on a True Story: Ideology and Rhetoric in Bowling for Columbine” 39th annual Cal State, Long Beach Comparative Literature conference on “Film, Ideology and Culture” in March 2004.

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