In addition to Dr. Radhika Parameswaran, we have:
- Alfred Martin from University of Texas-Austin will be presenting on the intersectionality of race and male gayness in TV art - Arely Zimmerman will present on undocumented youth coming out on digital/new media platforms - Aswin Punathambekar from the University of Michigan will be presenting on mobile publics and panics in India - Aymar Jean Christian from Northwestern will be presenting on the limits of diversity in television dramas - Gigi Durham from the University of Iowa will be presenting on race, gender, and corporeal vulnerability in relation to geopolitics - Hemant Shah from UW-Madison will lead a workshop on teaching about race and media - Jason Sperb from Northwestern will present on documentaries about Detroit - Jillian Baez from SUNY-Staten Island will present on strategies to capture women of color audiences - Khadijah White from Rutgers will be presenting her new project on white women - Kristen Warner from the University of Alabama will be presenting on the pitfalls of minority employment in the film and television industry - Lori Lopez from UW-Madison will present on Twitter activism and cultural citizenship - Madhavi Mallapragada from UT-Austin will be presenting on industry discourses of multicultural markets - Racquel Gates from CUNY Staten Island will be presenting on concepts of "negative" representations of blackness on television. - Shilpa Dave from University of Virginia will be presenting on South Asians and science fiction blockbusters - Tim Havens from the University of Iowa will be presenting on ABC's Roots, the Rise of Reaganism, and the Political Limits of Broadcasting - Vincent Pham from Cal State-San Marcos will be presenting on Asian American film festivals
And many others! Please check for updates!