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.

Black-Mirror-2011-5Doctoral 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”