The fourth eco_media symposium will be held at RMIT University on Monday 21 November 2022.
- REGISTRATION (presenters and observers)
- CALL FOR PAPERS — this is now CLOSED.
Re-Presenting the Land: A Digital StoryMap Project of Indigenous Community Presence
Professor Salma Monani, Gettysburg College, USA
Salma Monani is Professor at Gettysburg College’s Environmental Studies department. She has extensively published on explorations of Indigenous ecomedia, film and environmental justice, and is co-editor of three ecocritical media anthologies. She is currently working on a monograph: Indigenous Ecocinema: Decolonizing Media Landscapes (contract with University of West Virginia). As part of her College’s Land Acknowledgment Committee, her scholarship also engages the practice of digital, public eco-humanities along with community research with Indigenous partners.
Partner Symposium: Eco-Communications: Interdisciplinary Southern / African Encounters, Stellenbosch University, South Africa
This symposium occurred on 11 November. To view video abstracts, click here.
Intellect Books & Journals are our publishing partner. Full details here.
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Screen & Sound Cultures, at RMIT University, is a collaborative research group for scholars and creative practitioners working across the fields of screen studies, music, filmmaking, media history, curatorial practice, sound design, online media and a range of other interconnected fields. It foregrounds and fosters cross-disciplinary research, local and international collaborations, industry and community links, and the nexus between teaching and research.