I am teaching a graduate seminar on the works of Hannah Arendt this semester, and slowly compiling a list of Arendtianisms at. . . https://twitter.com/search?q=%23readinghannaharendt&src=recent_search_click Check it out!
Kevin Hamilton and I have been busy doing podcast and radio interviews about our new book Lookout America! The Secret Hollywood Studio at the Heart of the Cold War. Here’s a spattering of interviews: An interview on the War College Podcast An interview on the New Books Network An interview on Overnight America on my […]
In commemoration of the seventieth anniversaries of Trinity, Hiroshima, and Nagasaki, and in conjunction with the National Communication Association Conference, several colleagues and I are hosting a one-day academic conference at the National Atomic Testing Museum in Las Vegas, November 18, 2015. Information and schedule: http://cccnevada.net/2015/09/24/schedule/
Kevin Hamilton and I presented a paper at the University of Durham’s Business of War Photography conference this past summer (2014) on the work of Harold Edgerton and his collaborators in the development of both flash photography and atomic bomb firing during World War II. The abstract reads as follows: This paper considers the history of […]
Kevin Hamilton and I spent recently attended what, for me, is the most weighty academic conference I’ve had the privilege to attend. The Cold War Camera Conference was held in Guatemala the next-to-last week of February 2014. Convened by the University of Durham’s Andrea Noble, the University of Toronto’s Thy Phu, and the Guatemalan photographer, […]
For the next two years I will be working with a great group of faculty and graduate students at the University of Illinois on the “Learning to See Systems” initiative, sponsored by the Graduate College here under their INTERSECT program. Our goal is address in an interdisciplinary, collaborative manner the problem of “seeing” systems — […]