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Medieval Studies

The Medieval Studies Graduate Interest Group (MSGIG) aims to bring together medieval scholars from a wide variety of departments on campus to foster collaboration between disciplines on topics concerning the middle ages.

Public/School: An Editorial Collective

This Graduate Student Interest Group serves as a laboratory to workshop solutions for the issues of translation across disciplines and between audiences, as well to identify sites of collaboration along shared social problems. We ground this theory in the practice of editing and distributing a print journal and companion website for the broader community.

Reading and Writing Affect

Reading and Writing Affect is a monthly reading group and writing workshop that offers a thorough overview of the current field of affect theory and related discourses such as trauma studies and phenomenology.

Teaching with Technology

Teaching with Technology aims to bring together graduate teaching assistants from various departments to discuss and develop technology-based teaching tools and lessons. This group provides a platform for instructors with varying experience levels to collaborate on and workshop a pedagogical toolkit that brings technology such as mobile devices, screen-capture software, social media, and blogging into a variety of classroom settings.

Moving Images Research Group (MIRG)

The Moving Images Research Group (MIRG) brings together an interdisciplinary group of faculty and students focused on the study of moving images, including narrative and documentary film as well as television and new media. Our previously funded projects supported the new Cinema & Media Studies PhD Certificate Program and explored questions of physical and digital preservation. In 2014-15, we will facilitate the curricular breadth and depth of a new, free-standing Cinema & Media Studies (CMS) major by fostering crossdisciplinary academic research and pedagogical exchange as well as engaging the public around the past, present and future of moving images.

Returning to Stuart Hall: Dialogue, Critique, Practice

WIRED (Women Investigating Race, Ethnicity, and Difference) has planned a series of events in 2014-15 to honor the life and work of Stuart Hall (1932-2014), a public intellectual whose commitments to interdisciplinary dialogue and social justice resonate with our mission.

Performance Studies Research Group

The Performance Studies Research Group draws together scholars from various disciplines to read and discuss foundational and new work in Performance Studies. We also host quarterly talks by leading scholars from US and international universities.

Surveillance & Privacy: Art, Law, and Social Practice

Henry Art Gallery, in collaboration with the Center for Digital Arts & Experimental Media (DXARTS), will host Surveillance & Privacy: Art, Law, and Social Practice, a multi-day symposium focusing on the response of artists and cultural institutions to issues related to privacy and surveillance. Examining historical attitudes, contemporary perspectives, and prognostications about the future of privacy, the symposium will explore how changes in technology, law, and social practices intermingle and impact public perceptions and cultural behavior. Among the works featured for analysis during the symposium is the Henry’s interactive art installation Sanctum, created by UW DXARTS professors and artists James Coupe and Juan Pampin and installed on the museum’s façade.

Palestine and the Public Sphere

This research cluster facilitates critical and crossdisciplinary conversation and activities concerning the cultural, political, and economic situation of Palestine as it is framed and engaged in the academic and public spheres.

Moving Image Research Group

The Moving Image Research Group (MIRG)'s graduate interest group brings together students from a variety of departments focused on the study of moving images, including narrative and documentary film as well as television and new

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