On Hallyu & Halimos; The Evolution of Somali K-pop Fandom
Momtaza Mehri discusses the participation of young Eastern African women in K-pop culture, and how it reveals the interconnectedness of digital subcultures from the mid-2000s to now, on the basis of iconic K-pop videos. This essay was part of For the Record: K-pop Fandoms and Digital Diasporas, held on 9 May 2019 in Het Nieuwe Instituut.
Dyke Camp is Not (Quite) Iconic Queer Gender: Madonna & Prince versus Hayley Kiyoko and Janelle Monáe
Screen Genealogies: From Optical Device to Environmental Media
Profs. Craig Buckley, Francesco Casetti, Rüdiger Campe, Yale University
This essay was presented by Craig Buckley (Assistant Professor, Department of the History of Art, Yale University) during Screen Spaces, a geography of moving image, a talks and exhibition program responding to the relationship between video and the construction of the public sphere in New York City on 1 December 2018.