Theories of Media Prospectuses


Bernie Geoghegan, “What’s the Matter with this Picture?”

Kristan Hanson, “Riddle the Sphinx”

Kasia Houlihan, “Photography of the Subject: A Photobooth Snapshot to Reframe McLuhan”

Dan Knox, “Transcending the Blue World Order”

Harper Montgomery, “From Painting to Objecthood: A Southern Story”

Chuk Moran, “Grand Theft Theory: Vice City”

Karl Mueller, “”Toward Prescriptive Lenses for Our Myopic Movie Critics”

Jason Rissman, “The Media of Civil Society”

Kirsten Rokke, “Meaning Through Hip-Hop Remediation: In Defense of Social Practices”

Jenifer Schadlick, “Reading the Medicated Body in Literature and Culture”

Joanna Slotkin, “Joseph Cornell’s Boxes and the Totemic: Establishing a Universal Tribe”

Laura Veit, “The Impossible Immediate: Generation of Human Identity Through Object and Idea”

Adam Weg, “Untitled”


Mal Ahern, “Fashioning Bodies, the Fashioned Body”

Ben Buckley, “Feel the Colors: Tactility and New Media”

Dan Clinton, “Chris Ware’s Nostalgia Machines”

Roberto Kutcher, “On Creativity, Reception, and Intermedia”

Andrew Mall, “Building nothing out of something: Constructing trans-local community through independent music subcultures”

Kristine Nielsen, “The Strange Case of East German Monuments: Iconoclasm, Iconoclash, and the Rest”

Nick Oberly, “Becoming Posthuman, or What Does Code Want?”

Adam Shapiro, “The Formation and Deformation of ‘Form’ into ‘Information’ or Does Media Theory Make Unwitting Platonists of Us All?”

Laura Smith, “The Changing Face of War: Winning Hearts and Minds through Simulation, Imagery and Mimesis”

Kirsten Zinchuk, “Tracing the Spirit: Changing Mediations of the Immaterial from the Bible to the New York Times