Media: All Articles

“Say Yes to the Dress” – Consumption and the Social Condition
Spring Break with Daniel Dayan: the politics of small things meets the politics of even smaller things
The Personal and Political Significance of Political Satire
Social Media and Protest in the Age of Globalization
Sandy and Three Genres of “Reporting”
The Clash of Civilizations and Class Warfare: The Videos
Digital Events: Media Rituals in the Digital Age (Introduction)
Digital Events: Media Rituals in the Digital Age
Media Remember: Berlusconi’s Comeback and The Genius of Blob
Facebook and the Digital (R)evolution of a Protest Generation
Sports in Politics?
It’s More Than the Economy, Stupid
Media Conspiracy? May Day, The New York Times and Fox
OWS and the Power of a Photo
A Portrait of America: Jamie’s (Food) Road Trip
Hoodie Nights: Trayvon Martin and the Racial Politics of Small Things
Mid-Atlantic Reflections: On the Road, The Politics of Small Things and Media
Putin Wins?
The Florida Primary and The ADD Electorate
The Republican Reality Show: The Rise and Fall of Not Romney
My Magazine
Cutting Up: Art in the Age of Electronic Reproduction
The View From Zuccotti Park: On the Post-Political Thrust of OWS
Gilad Shalit Comes Home
In Review: OWS, The Ground Zero Occupation
Things Come Together: Occupy Wall Street, Solidarity, Elections and Khodorkovsky
Slacktivism Matters
Sex, Race, and Advertising
A Specter is Haunting the Powers That Be: Thinking about Korea while Looking at Wall Street
The People Should Lead: The Meaning of the Occupy Wall Street Movement
Two Deaths
Problems with Polling
Civil Protest in Israel: Reflections of a Science Fiction Fan
In Search of Anonymous: Down and Out in the Digital Age – Part II
In Search of Anonymous: Down and Out in the Digital Age
Who Won the Libyan war?
Haiti Reporters
Making Distinctions: Murdoch, WikiLeaks, and DSK
Pushing Back Against the Right’s Narrative on the Budget
McKenzie Wark’s The Beach Beneath the Street: The Everyday Life and Glorious Times of the Situationist International
DC Week in Review: Democracy and Diversity and Free Public Action
Iran: The Meaning of Free Politics
Dominique Strauss-Kahn: A Play in Three Acts?
Atrocity and Epistemology: Cruel Claims in Troubled Times
The Show Must Go On
DC Week in Review: DSK and the Presumption of Guilt
Dominique Strauss-Kahn and Presumed Innocence
Dominique Strauss-Kahn and the Charmed Circle of Scandal
The Dramaturgy of the Poor? On a Flotilla to Gaza, Suicide Bombings in Morroco and Pakistan
DC Two Weeks in Review: Obama Kills Osama! Victory! The War on Terror is Over! Let’s Think.
Media and the Palestinians: “Continued Stalemate Will Only Strengthen Extremists”
Osama Wasn’t Voldemort
Osama and Obama: One Death, Four Invisibilities
DC Forum: The Killing of Osama bin Laden – Part Three
DC Forum: The Killing of Osama bin Laden – Part One
Live from Gaza
Candid Camera Politics
DC Week in Review: Art, My Town, and Japan
Ducks, Docks, and Disasters: Joking about Japan
Beyond Television?
The More Things Change the More They Stay the Same
Political Leadership and Hostile Visibility
Beck and Call
Obama vs. Ryan vs. Bachmann
WikiLeaks and the Politics of Gestures
DC Week in Review: Obama, no Lincoln, and a few other observations
The Media and the Motivations of an Assasin
The President’s Speech
Anticipating the State of the Union Address; Looking Back at the Philadelphia Race Speech
The King’s Speech, the President’s Speech
Privacy and Progress
34 Warships and Other Fictoids
WikiLeaks, Front Stage/Back Stage
On Facebook: Real, Everyday Life
Facebook has Changed the Language of Friendship
Fact versus “Fictoid” in the Age of Cable
Obama: “Storyteller in Chief”
Voice of Dissent Should Always Be Welcome in Debate
Amusing Ourselves to Life
Reading the News
Obama v. Fox News
Why Obama’s UW Speech Should Have Made the News
The Tea Party Challenges ‘Business as Usual’
The Tea Party Effect