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Translating Book, Translating Online Bible Education

Over at a proximate bible, my friend and colleague, Michael Hemenway, has recently written something very interesting and helpful regarding the media cultural shift currently affecting Bible/book technology. 1,193 more words

New Testament

IMS-er Dr. Sofie Vandoninck aangesteld als expert van de Strategische Adviesraad voor Cultuur, Jeugd, Sport & Media (SARC)

Vanaf september zal IMS collega Dr. Sofie Vandoninck haar rol vervullen als ‘onafhankelijk deskundige’ van de Algemene Raad van de Strategische Adviesraad voor Cultuur, Jeugd, Sport & Media (SARC). 34 more words

Strategic Communication

Talking Media: Femvertising with Kate Hoad-Reddick

I recently had the chance to talk with Kate Hoad-Reddick about her journey through academia and the kind of research she’s working on now. Here’s a piece of her story…

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Life Boards for Sale

I’m driving around and a little gallery catches my attention. Its sign advertises: “Life Boards For Sale.”

Curious, I park and walk in.

The room is square with hardwood floors, white walls and dramatic lighting. 1,109 more words

Social Media

It’s a Man’s World for Talking Dogs

The following is cross-posted from the Vegan Feminist Network. The original can be found here: http://veganfeministnetwork.com/talking_dogs/

Why is it that almost every voice-over for dogs in commercials for flea & tick medication, pet food, or treats is masculine? 280 more words


Workshop with Australian film director and film screening

The Australian High Commission has approached us for the organisation of the “Mauritius’ first ever Australian Indigenous Film Festival” which they are planning to hold from 30th June to 3rd July. 118 more words


Online tutorial verses random thoughts

In the online tutorial with Gareth Polmeer, I had a few random thoughts that led from our group discussion of W.J.T Mitchells essay ‘There Are No Visual Media’. 415 more words