Television and media scholar Elana Levine interviews Elizabeth Patton on her recent book Easy Living: The Rise of the Home Office.
Tanya Lokot interviews curators Oleksandra Pogrebnyak and Dmytro Chepurnyi about the Landscape As a Monument art residency programme and the changing geographical and cultural landscapes of Eastern Ukraine.
Yoon Jeong Oh revisits Tosaka Jun’s critical interpretations of Japanese society and cultural criticism, arguing that in his writing on post-WWI Japan, Tosaka problematizes the everyday and reinstates heterogeneous temporalities by restoring the social space occupied by the people who live, work, and move about the city streets.
Rahul Mukherjee leads a discussion with Germaine R. Halegoua on her book The Digital City: Media and the Social Production of Place.
Helen Morgan Parmett and Ipek A. Çelik Rappas discuss the impact of Covid-19 on domestic and international film and television production.
Germaine R. Halegoua leads a discussion with Rahul Mukherjee on his recent book Radiant Infrastructures: Media, Environment, and Cultures of Uncertainty.