GSU Communication students in the Moving Image Studies program presented their work as part of the English Department’s annual New Voices graduate conference, Saturday, February 7.
Doctoral student Christopher Cox chaired a panel entitled “A Glass Darkly: Reflections on Charlie Brooker’s BBC series Black Mirror,” which featured papers by four MIS students:
- Christopher Cox, ” Labor’s Loves Lost: Cognitive Labor and the Loss of Bodily Vitality in Black Mirror’s ‘The Waldo Moment’”
- Dewey Musante, “‘You Are You, But Also Not’ Phenomenology and Embodiment in Black Mirror”
- Hemrani Vyas, “The Limits of Control: The Power of Social Narcissism in Black Mirror”
- Colin Wheeler, “Riding the Simulacra for Fun and Credits”