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Join us for food and conversation with students and faculty from the Media Studies department!
The Pomona Media Studies Department is co-sponsoring a talk taking place this Tuesday during Oldenborg lunch. The talk will be given by Maria Stepanova, founder of independent Russian news publication, Colta, and one of the most prominent cultural figures in Russia. … Continue reading
Join us this Thursday to listen to a talk by Professor of Culture Studies, Elizabeth Stephens!
Sleep Dealer is a Sundance award-winning science-fiction film that carries embedded in it profound political and economic critiques. It’s the perfect conversation-starter for discussions about issues as diverse as labor and immigration, technology and ethics, globalization and the environment. Engineering … Continue reading
Drawing its title from the Hopi word meaning “life out of balance,” this renowned documentary reveals how humanity has grown apart from nature. Featuring extensive footage of natural landscapes and elemental forces, the film gives way to many scenes of … Continue reading
Come enjoy two movies about a surfers experience in Mexico! The movies are called La Maestra, and Gone: A Surf Journey Through Mexico. The movies explore the diverse coastlines of Mexico and the cultural discoveries made along the way. After … Continue reading
When a legendary escape artist comes up for parole after more than 30 years behind bars, a chance for freedom must be weighed against his infamous past. “A bizarre story gets an absorbing telling in Gabriel London’s documentary,” says Dennis … Continue reading