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Wednesday, Nov. 8, 2017, 6:00 PM
Michelson Theater, Department of Cinema Studies, 721 Broadway 6th Floor
As new forms of digital sound emerge, our long-lost radio past has been revealed. How did we lose radio, what is being done to recover it, and what can its rediscovery add to media study in the 21st century?More
An Afternoon with Documentary Filmmakers Huang Wenhai and Zeng Jinyan. Screening of We the Workers 凶年之畔, directed by Huang Wenhai & produced by Zeng Jinyan, 2007, 173 min, followed by panel discussion. Presented by the Asian Film and Media Initiative. Co-sponsored by the Center for Religion and Media.