The continuing Russia-Ukraine War demands new ways of thinking both about media coverage that seeks to inform in real time and new strategies about how to document it in order to build alternative archives.
On September 22, the Park Center for Independent Media hosted a discussion with dissident writers who were forced from their homelands and found sanctuary through a City of Asylum in Ithaca, Pittsburgh, or Detroit. The event, which was attended by nearly 70 Ithaca...
Gleitman’s book, “Anxious Masculinity in the Drama of Arthur Miller and Beyond,” begins by confronting the dominant figure of 1950s American drama, the male breadwinner and his anxiety about displacement from the center of economic and cultural relevance. It traces its resonances outward to our contemporary moment.
Social media has been rife with criticism of Queen Elizabeth’s funeral, even from those members of the public who loved her. It represents money wasted in a nation facing financial crisis and the obliteration of all other news — not the least of which is the devastating flood damage in Britain’s former colony of Pakistan, which is also a member of the Commonwealth.
Brian electrified us with his commitment to the politics and ethics of documentary and journalism, his mission to rewire academia as a place to galvanize hearts and minds, his interrogation of everything written or filmed or said and his insistence that solidarities matter more than anything else.
The Park Center for Independent Media and the Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival invite you to a roundtable with media experts on coverage of the Russia-Ukraine war in independent and mainstream media on September 7, 2022, from 7–8:30 p.m. EDT on Zoom.
The board of Ithaca City of Asylum joins with authors and human rights advocates worldwide to condemn the brutal attack on novelist Salman Rushdie in Chautauqua, New York, on August 12th.
Whether or not Google’s chatbot is sentient, we — the social we — are both its tutors and its clients. We need to take responsibility for the words we leave behind.
Higher education must have at its core the transformation of students, faculty, disciplines, and the world through discussion, community, and debate. In its decline, it is now about transactions.
Humans try to camouflage their atrocious behavior toward their planetary cohabitants. The experimental videos of Pawał Wojtasik explore the consequences of their exploitative entanglements.