Globalization, Technology, Media(unless otherwise
April 25-27, 2002
3271 N. Lake Drive
Milwaukee, WI 53211
[Map & Directions to All Sites]
April 25 | Fri, April 26 |
Sat, April 27, 2002
April 25, 2002
6:00-7:30 | Electronic Art
Rejane Spitz, PUC Rio University, Brazil,
"Techknowledge - its high time we incorporate experience and
diversity into those chips" (Curtin Hall 175 - 3243 N. Downer Ave)
| Reception (inova
- 3245 N. Downer Ave)
April 26, 2002
8:00-8:45 | Breakfast (UWM Hefter Center - 3271 N. Lake Drive)
Introduction: Patrice Petro and Tasha Oren
| Cultural Policy and Globalization
Toby Miller, New York University,
"The New International Division of Cultural Labor"
Ben Goldsmith, Australian Key Centre,
"Cultural Diversity and Globalization: New Challenges for Cultural Policy"
| Coffee Break
| Cultural Control, Cultural Evasion
Leonard Foner, Massachusetts Institute of
Technology, "Crypto Regs, Copyright Grabs, and Computational Monocultures:
Fear, Greed and Destruction of the Digital Commons"
Roger Sugden, University of Birmingham,
UK, "Economic Network Governance"
Susan Ohmer, University of Notre Dame,
"Negotiating the Future: Local Media Markets in a Transnational Enviroment"
Jerome Bourdon, Tel Aviv
University, "Is Television a Global Medium? A Historical View"
Brian Larkin, Columbia University,
"Piracy, Infrastructure, and the Materiality of Media Transmission"
Sandra Braman, University of
Alabama, "Globalization of the Law: Digital Information Technologies and the Post-Law
7:30-9:00 | Pengachu
to the People!
Rehmi Post, Massachusetts Institute of
Technology, "Computer Hardware and the Future of Globalization"
April 27, 2002
| Internet Activism and Minority Publics
Annabelle Sreberny, University of
Leicester, UK , "Unsuitable Coverage
Anna Everett, University of
California-Santa Barbara, "The Revolution Will Be Digitized: Afrocentricity and the
Digital Public Sphere"
| Coffee Beak
| Global Appropriations
Mark Poster, University of
California-Irvine, "Cultural Transmissions: The Case of Bert Laden"
Timothy Taylor, Columbia
University, "Collecting, Consumption, and Curatorship in the Music of Bill
Peter Sands, University of
Steve Jones, University of
| Coffee Break
Genres and the Transnational Economy
Patricia Mellencamp, University
of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, "Economies of Fear: Death and the Market"
Anne Ciecko, University of
Massachusetts-Amherst, "Muscles, Market Value, Telegenesis, Cyberpresence: The New
Asian Movie Star in a Global Economy of Masculine Images"
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Locations & Directions
Sponsored by the UWM Center for International Education, in
co-sponsorship with inova
and the Center for Latin American
and Caribbean Studies, the conference is organized by Tasha Oren and Patrice Petro at firstname.lastname@example.org,
414-299-3757. Transmissions site pages designed by Ikeda.