Archive: 2011

  • Rock the Votocracy: Presidents from the Internet

    In my last blog post I wondered about the presidency of a person from Generation Y. I suppose I'm on a bit of a political tear, because after recently running across a site called Votocracy, I wonder

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  • Exploring Intercultural Identity: Four Voices

    This is the second part of a four part series. In the first installment, Katerina interpreted the Bulgarian concept of location. Today, Shu Hu will trace the convention of Chinese names to identity f

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  • Summer 2011 Editor's Note

    The meaning of the “T” in the Communication, Culture, and Technology Program (CCT) here at Georgetown is often debated. Yet what we do understand is the ubiquity of technology, the challenges, and the

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  • Win/Lose

    Win/lose from gnovis on Vimeo. Abstract The project consists of an essay about Caucasian Conflicts and a narrative film, that is a metaphorical reflection of one of the overarching reasons for the con

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  • The Culture of Power in Mexico through the lens of Corruption

    From Idealism to Corruption: Power in Mexico from gnovis on Vimeo. Abstract Author Carlos Fuentes (2003) and filmmaker Luis Estrada (1999) have used their work to depict the culture of power and corru

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  • Carmen Miranda – The Digital Story

    Carmen Miranda: The Digital Story from gnovis on Vimeo.    Abstract Specifically through images and narratives of Carmen Miranda, singer and actress, this digital story attempts to examine and questio

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  • Mapping Our Worlds Abstract Mapping our Worlds is an interactive online exhibit exploring new ways of mapping material experiences. T

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  • "Hated It: Humor, Homo, and the Heterosexual"

    Hated It!: Humor, Homo, and the Heterosexual from gnovis on Vimeo. Abstract "Hated It" addresses the use of parody as a transgressive practice to subvert essentialized constructions of gender, sex, an

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  • Digital Cover Scrape Abstract This project seeks to provide a new method of interpretation for historical phenomenon. While the majority of history is presented in the form of n

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  • (Pop)ulism

    (pop)ulism from gnovis on Vimeo. Abstract “(Pop)ulism” is a Eisensteinian montage of the tropes and practices of contemporary and recent populism in America and the UK. This mixed media project seeks

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