Vitae


Alexandra Jeanne Juhasz

Film Department, Brooklyn College
201 West End Building, 2900 Bedford Ave.
Brooklyn NY 11210
Alexandra.Juhasz@brooklyn.cuny.edu

 

Education

 

Teaching and Administrative Experience

 

Books

 
Really Fake photo

Really Fake

In Search of Media Series: https://www.upress.umn.edu/book-division/books/really-fake

Really Fake takes up story, poetry, and other human logics of care, intelligence, and dignity to explore sociotechnological and politico-aesthetic emergences in a world where information overload has become a new ontology of not-knowing.


Published in 2021
By University of Minnesota and Meson Presses

Topics: 2021-2022: Recent Work |  Critical Internet Studies |  Fake Documentary |  Feminist Media |  Highlight |  Media Studies | 


  My Phone Lies to Me: Fake News Poetry Workshops as Radical Digital Media Literacy photo

My Phone Lies to Me: Fake News Poetry Workshops as Radical Digital Media Literacy

With Forward by Tara McPherson and Afterward by Margaret Rhee

This book of 100 poems is foremost an invitation and invocation for you to participate, with others, in an experiment in knowing and working with the internet differently: Fake News Poetry Workshops.


Published in Fall 2022
By Punctum Books

Topics: 2021-2022: Recent Work |  Critical Internet Studies |  Curatorial, Editor, Organizer |  Fake Documentary | 


  We Are Having this Conversation Now photo

We Are Having this Conversation Now

The Times of AIDS Cultural Production, with Ted Kerr

The Times of AIDS Cultural Production, with Ted Kerr, Duke University Press, 2020.


Published in 2022
By Duke University Press

Topics: AIDS |  Archives |  Highlight |  Video |  Works from 2018 | 


  AIDS and the Distribution of Crises photo

AIDS and the Distribution of Crises

Jih-Fei Cheng, Alexandra Juhasz and Nishant Shahani, co-editors.

By invoking the terms “crises” and “distribution” in the title of this volume, we draw from and reflect on AIDS: how is it one (or many) of the outcomes and expressions of crises that are made ordinary and exceptional at the same time? How are these durations and intensities of crises experienced in specific contexts? For AIDS, the critical suspicion around the inflation of crisis rhetoric might appear to brush up against historical and political refusals to recognize the catastrophic consequences of the virus.


Published in 2020
By Duke University Press

Topics: AIDS |  Curatorial, Editor, Organizer |  Highlight |  Works from 2018 | 


  Sisters in the Life: 25 Years of Out African American Lesbian Mediamaking (1986–2011) photo

Sisters in the Life: 25 Years of Out African American Lesbian Mediamaking (1986–2011)

A Camera Obscura book

25 Years of Out African American Lesbian Mediamaking (1986–2011). Alexandra Juhasz and Yvonne Welbon, Editors, 2018.


Published in 2018
By Duke University Press

Topics: Curatorial, Editor, Organizer |  Feminist Media |  Highlight |  Queer Media |  Works from 2018 | 


  A Companion to Contemporary Documentary Film photo

A Companion to Contemporary Documentary Film

Alexandra Juhasz and Alisa Lebow, Editors

A Companion to Contemporary Documentary Film. Alexandra Juhasz and Alisa Lebow, Editors, 2015.


Published in 2015
By Wiley

Topics: Curatorial, Editor, Organizer |  Documentary |  Highlight |  Media Studies | 


  Learning from YouTube photo

Learning from YouTube

video-book

This video-book contains a series of more than 200 texts and videos –“texteos” – that encourage users to think about YouTube by experiencing and learning within this digital entertainment platform.


Published in 2011
By MIT Press

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Digital Production |  Fake Documentary |  Highlight |  Media Studies |  Pedagogy |  Video | 


  F is for Phony photo

F is for Phony

Alexandra Juhasz and Jesse Lerner, editors

Published in 2006
By University of Minnesota Press

Topics: Curatorial, Editor, Organizer |  Digital Production |  Documentary |  Highlight |  Pedagogy | 


  Women of Vision photo

Women of Vision

Alexandra Juhasz, Editor

Published in 2001
By University of Minnesota Press

Topics: Feminist Media |  Highlight |  Interviews |  Media Studies |  Queer Media | 


  AIDS TV photo

AIDS TV

22 black and white illustrations

Published in 1995
By Duke Univeristy Press

Topics: Activist Media |  AIDS |  Highlight |  Video | 


 

 

Articles Published in Books (Forthcoming)

 

Introduction and 3 Timelines

Published in Duke University Press, 2022
Topics: 2021-2022: Recent Work |  Activist Media |  AIDS |  Highlight |  Video | 
 

The self-reflexive praxis at the heart of our professional project

Forthcoming

Published in Alternative Histories of the Digital Humanities,
Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media |  Pedagogy |  Works from 2018 | 
 

 

Articles Published in Books

 

Introduction and 3 Timelines

Published in Duke University Press, 2022
Topics: 2021-2022: Recent Work |  Activist Media |  AIDS |  Highlight |  Video | 
 

Natalie Bookchin in Conversation with Alexandra Juhasz: Performance of Race and White Hegemony on YouTube

Bill Balaskas and Carolina Rito, eds

Published in Fabricating Publics: The Dissemination of Culture in the Post-truth Era, 2021
Topics: 2021-2022: Recent Work |  Activist Media |  Critical Internet Studies |  Interviews | 
 

VHS Archives, Committed Media Praxis, and ‘Queer Cinema'

Ronald Gregg and Amy Villarejo, eds.

Published in Oxford Handbook of Queer Cinema, 2021
Topics: 2021-2022: Recent Work |  AIDS |  Archives |  Curatorial, Editor, Organizer |  Queer Media | 
 

Virality is Virility: Viral Media, Popularity, and Violence

in Christie Milliken and Steve, Eds

Published in Reclaiming Popular Documentary, 2021
Topics: 2021-2022: Recent Work |  Critical Internet Studies |  Documentary |  Fake Documentary | 
 

The self-reflexive praxis at the heart of DH

D. Kim and A. Koh, eds., pg 245-270.

Published in Alternative Historiographies of the Digital Humanities, 2021
Topics: 2021-2022: Recent Work |  Critical Internet Studies | 
 

Alexandra Juhasz with Don’t Rhine

eds. Brian Getnick and Tanya Rubbak

Published in Final Transmission, Performance Art and AIDS in Los Angeles, 2021
Topics: 2021-2022: Recent Work |  AIDS |  Interviews | 
 

SETTING THE TERMS OF OUR OWN VISIBILITY

With Sam Feder

Published in InsUrgent Media from the Front: A Media Activism Reader, 2020
Topics: 2021-2022: Recent Work |  Activist Media |  AIDS |  Documentary |  Interviews |  Queer Media | 
 

Seeing What the Patrimony Didn’t Save: Alternative Stewardship of the Activist Media Archive

With Theodore Kerr

Published in InsUrgent Media from the Front: A Media Activism Reader, 2020
Topics: 2021-2022: Recent Work |  Activist Media |  AIDS |  Documentary |  Video | 
 

12 Dispatches from the Futures of AIDS

From "AIDS and the Distribution of Crises"

Published in , 2020
Topics: AIDS |  Highlight |  Works from 2020 | 
 

Foreword, Preface, and Introduction

Co-editors, Jih-Fei Cheng and Nishant Shahani

Published in , 2020
Topics: AIDS |  Curatorial, Editor, Organizer |  Works from 2020 | 
 

Ev-Ent-Anglement: A Script to Reflexively Extend Engagement by Way of Technologies

pp 203-227

Published in Bodies of Information: Intersectional Feminism and Digital Humanities, 2019
Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Digital Production |  Feminist Media |  Works from 2019 | 
 

Nothing is Unwatchable for All

Unwatchable, eds. N. Baer, M. Hennefeld, L. Horak, G. Iversen (NJ: Rutgers University Press)

Published in , 2019
Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Video |  Works from 2019 | 
 

Who Are the Stewards of the AIDS Archive

Chapter 7

Published in The Unfinished Queer Agenda After Marriage Equality, 2018-06-05
Topics: AIDS |  Archives |  Documentary |  Works from 2018 | 
 

#cut/paste+bleed: Entangling Feminist Affect, Action and Production On and Offline

pgs. 18-32

Published in Routledge Companion to Media Studies and Digital Humanities, 2018-05-01
Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media |  Highlight |  Works from 2018 | 
 

Downtown Asides from AIDS

pgs. 242-258

Published in Burning Down the House, 2015-04-06
Topics: Activist Media |  AIDS |  Feminist Media | 
 

Digital AIDS Documentary: Webs, Rooms, Viruses and Quilts

pgs. 314-334

Published in Blackwell Companion to Documentary, 2015-03-02
Topics: AIDS |  Archives |  Critical Internet Studies |  Documentary |  Highlight | 
 

Ceding the Activist Digital Documentary

pgs. 33-49

Published in New Documentary Ecologies, 2014-03-03
Topics: AIDS |  Critical Internet Studies |  Documentary |  Highlight | 
 

Placing My Bets on YouTube Futures

pgs. 76-94

Published in International Encyclopedia of Media Studies Volume 6, 2013-04-08
Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Pedagogy | 
 

YouTube Stylo: Writing and Teaching with Digital Video

pgs. 420-442

Published in International Encyclopedia of Media Studies Volume 2, 2013-03-05
Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Digital Production |  Pedagogy | 
 

Video Art on YouTube

pgs. 309-324

Published in Resolutions 3, 2012-05-07
Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Video | 
 

The ME and the WE

pgs. 250-267

Published in The Cinema of Me, 2012-02-06
Topics: Documentary |  Feminist Media | 
 

A Process Archive

pgs. 97-123

Published in Doin' it in Public, 2011-09-05
Topics: Archives |  Feminist Media |  Highlight |  Video | 
 

Alexandra Juhasz, Interview on Learning from YouTube

pgs. 237-245

Published in Designing Media, 2010-02-05
Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Interviews |  Pedagogy | 
 

“AIDS Activist Movement” and “Feminist Movement Media”

DIVA TV and ACT UP, pgs. 277-78; Feminist Movement Media pgs. 196-199

Published in Encyclopedia of Social Movement Media, 2010-02-05
Topics: Activist Media |  AIDS |  Documentary | 
 

The Other Inters

pgs. 151-173

Published in Interdisciplinarity and Social Justice, 2010-02-05
Topics: Activist Media |  Documentary |  Media Studies | 
 

Documentary on YouTube: the failure of the direct cinema of the slogan

pgs. 299-312

Published in Rethinking Documentary, 2008-02-05
Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Documentary |  Feminist Media | 
 

Why (Not) to Teach on YouTube

pgs. 133-140

Published in The Video Vortex Reader, 2008-02-02
Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Highlight |  Pedagogy |  Video | 
 

From the Scenes of Queens: Genre, AIDS and Queer Love

pgs. 156-174

Published in The Cinema of Todd Haynes, 2006-02-02
Topics: AIDS |  Highlight |  Queer Media | 
 

So Many Alternatives: The Alternative AIDS Video Movement

pgs. 298-305

Published in From ACT UP to the WTO, 2002-04-02
Topics: Activist Media |  AIDS |  Reviews and Journalistic Writing |  Video | 
 

The Phallus UnFetished: The End of Masculinity in 90s "Feminist Cinema"

pgs. 210-224

Published in The End of Cinema as We Know It, 2001-02-02
Topics: Feminist Media |  Highlight |  Queer Media | 
 

The Politics of Realist Feminist Documentaries

pgs. 190-215

Published in Visible Evidence, 1999-02-02
Topics: Documentary |  Feminist Media |  Highlight | 
 

Bad Girls Video Come and Go …

pgs. 95-116

Published in Visible Evidence, 1999-01-25
Topics: Feminist Media |  Highlight |  Video | 
 

Make a Video for Me!

pgs. 205-220

Published in Gendered Epidemic, 1998-10-24
Topics: Activist Media |  AIDS |  Documentary |  Video | 
 

Media Activism

pgs. 346-7

Published in Encyclopedia of AIDS, 1998-02-02
Topics: Activist Media |  AIDS |  Documentary | 
 

Knowing Each Other Through AIDS Video

pgs. 195-220

Published in Connected, 1996-08-25
Topics: AIDS |  Documentary | 
 

 

Articles Published in Journals

 

"I Can't Remember the Question, but the Answer was: Party"

By Ben Evans, John Freeman, Cea (Constantine Jones), Alexandra Juhasz, and Julie Tolentino

Published in The Body, 2021
Topics: 2021-2022: Recent Work |  AIDS |  Highlight |  Reviews and Journalistic Writing | 
 

Observing the Observers: How I Judged Documentaries and Learned to Teach None

Published in POV, Spring/Summer 2021
Topics: 2021-2022: Recent Work |  Documentary |  Reviews and Journalistic Writing | 
 

When Are You Going to Catch Up with Me? Shu Lea Cheang with Alexandra Juhasz

Published in camera obscura, 2020
Topics: 2021-2022: Recent Work |  Feminist Media |  Interviews |  Queer Media | 
 

Watching and Talking About AIDS: Analog Tapes, Digital Cultures and Strategies for Connection

25:10

Published in First Mondays, 2020
Topics: Activist Media |  AIDS |  Archives |  Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media |  Video |  Works from 2020 | 
 

AIDS Normalization

Published in X-tra, Summer 2020
Topics: AIDS |  Queer Media |  Reviews and Journalistic Writing |  Works from 2020 | 
 

"You're Still Sick"

With Pato Hebert.

Published in BOMB, 2020
Topics: COVID-19 |  Highlight |  Reviews and Journalistic Writing |  Works from 2020 | 
 

Fake News Poetry Workshops: "It's for the Thing We are Not"

3rd eohippus labs Annex Series pamphlet anthology, ed., Andrea Quaid

Published in Urgent Possibilities: Writing on Feminist Poetics and Emergent Pedagogies, 2020
Topics: Curatorial, Editor, Organizer |  Fake Documentary |  Pedagogy |  Works from 2020 | 
 

Minimum Viable Cinema (Criticism)

Published in Flow: A Critical Forum on Media and Culture, 2020
Topics: COVID-19 |  Critical Internet Studies |  Media Studies |  Reviews and Journalistic Writing |  Works from 2020 | 
 

Metanoia is a Powerful Examination of the Community-Based Response to the AIDS Crisis

Metanoia curators interviewed by Stephen Fullwood

Published in Lambda Literary, 2020
Topics: Activist Media |  AIDS |  Archives |  Interviews |  Works from 2020 | 
 

Abiding Relations Through Recovery, Restoration and Curation

“What You Don't’ Know About AIDS Could Fill a Museum, Ed. Ted Kerr

Published in On Curating, 42 (September 2019), 2019
Topics: AIDS |  Curatorial, Editor, Organizer |  Queer Media |  Works from 2019 | 
 

Coda: In Love, Anger, and Loss, Barbara Hammer and Carolee Schneemann

Vol. 5 Issue 4, October 2019: 87-105

Published in Feminist Media Histories, 2019
Topics: Curatorial, Editor, Organizer |  Feminist Media |  Film/Video Production |  Interviews |  Queer Media |  Reviews and Journalistic Writing |  Video | 
 

Invisible Wins: Mentoring, Diversity, and Inclusion in the Media

Vol. 5 Issue 4, October 2019: 66-67.

Published in Feminist Media Histories, 2019
Topics: Feminist Media |  Film/Video Production |  Interviews |  Video |  Works from 2019 | 
 

New Formats for Revisits: "Women of Vision Research Meeting" NY, 1994

Vol. 5 Issue 4, October 2019, 19-20

Published in Feminist Media Histories, 2019
Topics: Archives |  Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media |  Highlight |  Interviews |  Media Studies |  Queer Media |  Video |  Works from 2019 | 
 

Informed Historical Reveries "Introduction"

Vol. 5 Issue 4, October 2019, 1-18

Published in Feminist Media Histories, 2019
Topics: Activist Media |  Curatorial, Editor, Organizer |  Feminist Media |  Media Studies |  Queer Media |  Video |  Works from 2019 | 
 

Forget the Audience: Reflections on Fake News Poetry Workshops as Radical Digital Media Literacy Given the Fact of Fake News

Jorge Luis Marzo, ed. Barcelona: Bau Centro Universitario de Diseno: 113-124.

Published in After Post-Truth: Interface Politics, 2nd International Conference, 2019
Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Fake Documentary |  Works from 2019 | 
 

The Words and Words of Carolee Schneemann and Barbara Hammer with Two Thoughts by Agnes Varda

Volume 3

Published in Another Gaze: A feminist film journal, 2019
Topics: Feminist Media |  Interviews |  Works from 2019 | 
 

Re-energizing VHS Collections, Expanding Knowledge

2 (1), p.21

Published in KULA: knowledge creation, dissemination, and preservation studies, 2018
Topics: AIDS |  Archives |  Critical Internet Studies |  Pedagogy |  Works from 2018 | 
 

In-terracial Conversation

Vol. 107, pgs. 128-143

Published in Sinister Wisdom, 2018-11-21
Topics: Feminist Media |  Interviews |  Works from 2018 | 
 

Radical Digital Media Literacy in a Post-Truth Anti-Trump Era

Vol. 111, pgs. 23-29

Published in Radical Teacher, 2018-07-25
Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Fake Documentary |  Pedagogy |  Works from 2018 | 
 

A Preservationist’s Guide to #100hardtruths-#fakenews

46:3, pgs. 103-108

Published in Preservation, Digital Technology & Culture, 2017-10-09
Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Digital Production |  Documentary |  Works from 2017 | 
 

Affect bleeds in feminist networks: an ‘essay’ in six parts

Vol. 4, pgs. 660-687

Published in Feminist Media Studies, 2017-06-19
Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media |  Highlight |  Works from 2017 | 
 

On Care, Activism, and HIV

with Theodore Kerr, Issue 2: Infection

Published in Hema, 2017-06-01
Topics: AIDS |  Archives |  Documentary |  Queer Media |  Works from 2017 | 
 

Feminist Digital Research/Pedagogy/Writing as Community-based Practice

Claremont, Community Engagement Center, ed. Tessa Hicks-Peterson. pgs. 35-38

Published in The Pitzer College 50th Anniversary Engaged Faculty Collection, 2014-05-14
Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media |  Pedagogy | 
 

Feminist Online Activism: As Teaching/Community/Space Making

New York University, pgs. 20-21

Published in Militant Research Handbook, 2013-09-10
Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Documentary |  Feminist Media | 
 

Forgetting ACT UP

98: 1, pgs. 69-74

Published in Quarterly Journal of Speech, 2012-02-02
Topics: Activist Media |  AIDS |  Highlight | 
 

a la la la archive

17:4, pgs. 624-629

Published in GLQ, 2011-01-12
Topics: Archives |  Feminist Media |  Video | 
 

Learning The 5 Lessons of YouTube

1:1 (Winter 2009)

Published in International Journal of Learning and Media, 2009-12-01
Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Pedagogy | 
 

Postscript: Video Research Methodology

3:3, pgs. 321-322

Published in International Journal of Multiple Research Approaches, 2009-09-02
Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Media Studies |  Pedagogy | 
 

MP:Me: Variant of a Manifesta

Vol. 51, pgs. 30-32

Published in Millennium Film Journal, 2009-05-02
Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media |  Video | 
 

The Failures of the Flesh and the Revival of AIDS Activism

pgs. 135-142

Published in Failure: Experiments in Aesthetics and Social Practices, 2007-02-02
Topics: Activist Media |  AIDS | 
 

The Future Was Then: Re-investing in Feminist Media and Politics

Vol. 61, pgs. 52-57

Published in Camera Obscura, 2006-04-02
Topics: Feminist Media |  Media Studies | 
 

Women, Gay Men and AIDS

Vol. V

Published in Corpus, 2006-03-02
Topics: AIDS |  Curatorial, Editor, Organizer |  Queer Media |  Reviews and Journalistic Writing | 
 

The Crisis in Publishing, In Focus

44: 3, pgs. 81-98

Published in Cinema Journal, 2005-03-25
Topics: Curatorial, Editor, Organizer |  Media Studies |  Pedagogy | 
 

Victim Stories: Documenting Pain, Punishment, Prison and Power

Vol. 30, pgs. 247-260

Published in Studies in Law, Politics and Society, 2004-11-21
Topics: Activist Media |  Documentary |  Video | 
 

No Woman is an Object

Vol. 54, pgs. 71-98

Published in Camera Obscura, 2003-11-12
Topics: Activist Media |  Documentary |  Feminist Media | 
 

My Sundance: A Global Communist Dispatch

January 28-February 1, 2002.

Published in L’Humanite, 2002-01-28
Topics: Reviews and Journalistic Writing | 
 

Reality Bytes

3:4, pgs. 54-55

Published in RES, 2001-09-21
Topics: Documentary |  Reviews and Journalistic Writing | 
 

It’s About Autonomy Stupid

2:3, pgs. 333-342

Published in Sexualities, 1999-08-21
Topics: Documentary |  Feminist Media | 
 

Making AIDS Video as Radical Pedagogy

Vol. 50, pgs. 23-29

Published in Radical Teacher, 1997-03-21
Topics: AIDS |  Documentary |  Pedagogy | 
 

WAVE: A Case Study

Duke University Press. Chapter 6, pgs. 180-228

Published in AIDS TV, 1995
Topics: Activist Media |  AIDS |  Feminist Media |  Pedagogy | 
 

So Many Alternatives: Part 2

pgs. 37-39

Published in Cineaste Magazine, 1994-11-28
Topics: AIDS |  Documentary |  Reviews and Journalistic Writing | 
 

So Many Alternatives: Part 1

20:4, pgs. 32-41

Published in Cineaste, 1994-11-02
Topics: AIDS |  Documentary |  Reviews and Journalistic Writing | 
 

They Said We Wanted to Show Reality, All I Want to Show is My Video

35:2, pgs. 171-190

Published in Screen, 1994-07-10
Topics: AIDS |  Documentary |  Feminist Media |  Highlight |  Video | 
 

Our Auto-Bodies, Ourselves: Representing Real Women in Feminist Video

pgs. 10-14

Published in Afterimage, 1994-02-05
Topics: Feminist Media | 
 

The Power and Pleasure of Seeing Science

pgs. 150-164

Published in Women, Psychology and AIDS, 1993-08-21
Topics: AIDS |  Documentary | 
 

From Within: Alternative AIDS Media By Women

Vol. 3, pgs. 23-46

Published in Praxis, 1992-11-21
Topics: AIDS |  Documentary | 
 

WAVE in the Media Environment: Camcorder Activism and the Making of HIV TV

Vol. 28, pgs. 135-152

Published in Camera Obscura, 1992-09-20
Topics: Activist Media |  AIDS |  Documentary |  Video | 
 

Shifting Communities/Forming Alliances

1:3, pgs. 60-63

Published in FELIX, 1992-05-15
Topics: AIDS |  Documentary |  Reviews and Journalistic Writing | 
 

Camcorder Politics

Vol. 4, pgs. 79-86

Published in Cinematograph, 1991-11-01
Topics: AIDS |  Documentary | 
 

Invitation Without Hospitality: Exhibition Review of Satellite Cultures

Vol. 4, pgs. 443-450

Published in Visual Anthropology, 1991-10-22
Topics: Documentary |  Reviews and Journalistic Writing | 
 

The Contained Threat: Women in Mainstream AIDS Documentary

Vol. 27; Issue #1; pgs 25-46

Published in Journal of Sex Research, 1990-02-09
Topics: AIDS |  Documentary |  Feminist Media | 
 

Constructing Documentary

10-11; 10: 3-4

Published in Video Guide, 1989-11-01
Topics: AIDS |  Documentary |  Reviews and Journalistic Writing | 
 

 

Publications Online, Journals

Spotlight: Alexandra Juhasz, interviewed by Margaret Rhee

Published in JSCMS, 2022
Topics: 2021-2022: Recent Work |  Activist Media |  AIDS |  COVID-19 |  Critical Internet Studies |  Interviews |  Media Studies | 
 

The self-reflexive praxis at the heart of DH

D. Kim and A. Koh, eds., pg 245-270.

Published in Alternative Historiographies of the Digital Humanities, 2021
Topics: 2021-2022: Recent Work |  Critical Internet Studies | 
 

Introduction

with Alisa Lebow

Published in World Records, 2021
Topics: 2021-2022: Recent Work |  Curatorial, Editor, Organizer |  Documentary |  Queer Media | 
 

Watching and Talking About AIDS: Analog Tapes, Digital Cultures and Strategies for Connection

25:10

Published in First Mondays, 2020
Topics: Activist Media |  AIDS |  Archives |  Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media |  Video |  Works from 2020 | 
 

In Our Bodies: a zine about pleasure, intimacy, and reality in 2020

Published in , 2020
Topics: AIDS |  COVID-19 |  Reviews and Journalistic Writing |  Works from 2020 | 
 

"You're Still Sick"

With Pato Hebert.

Published in BOMB, 2020
Topics: COVID-19 |  Highlight |  Reviews and Journalistic Writing |  Works from 2020 | 
 

Informed Historical Reveries "Introduction"

Vol. 5 Issue 4, October 2019, 1-18

Published in Feminist Media Histories, 2019
Topics: Activist Media |  Curatorial, Editor, Organizer |  Feminist Media |  Media Studies |  Queer Media |  Video |  Works from 2019 | 
 

Third World Majority as Feminist Online Space

Thenmozhi Soundararajan and Kara Keeling, eds

Published in From Third Cinema to Media Justice, 2016
Topics: Activist Media |  Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media |  Works from 2019 | 
 

Re-energizing VHS Collections, Expanding Knowledge

2 (1), p.21

Published in KULA: knowledge creation, dissemination, and preservation studies, 2018
Topics: AIDS |  Archives |  Critical Internet Studies |  Pedagogy |  Works from 2018 | 
 

Seeing Through Documentary/Arguing with Art

Jesse Lerner and Holly Willis, eds.

Published in More Than Meets the Eye: The Videos of Tran T. Kim-Trang, 2016-10-03
Topics: Feminist Media |  Video | 
 

Does visibility equal progress? A conversation on trans activist media

Vol. 57

Published in Jump Cut, 2016-08-21
Topics: AIDS |  Feminist Media |  Highlight |  Interviews |  Queer Media | 
 

Introduction to Troubling Transgender Media: Fact, Fiction, and Compromise: A Forum

Vol. 57

Published in Jump Cut, 2016-07-19
Topics: Curatorial, Editor, Organizer |  Feminist Media |  Queer Media | 
 

A Political Sense of Being at Home with HIV and Video

13:2, 2016, AIDS & Memory

Published in Drain Magazine, 2016-02-12
Topics: Activist Media |  AIDS |  Documentary |  Highlight |  Queer Media |  Video | 
 

Access Denied, Internet Dark: Technology, Prison, Education

Lady Justice

Published in New Criticals, 2015-04-09
Topics: Activist Media |  Critical Internet Studies |  Highlight |  Queer Media |  Reviews and Journalistic Writing | 
 

Learning from (Where) YouTube (Can’t Go): Inside-Out

Lady Justice

Published in New Criticals, 2015-01-18
Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Pedagogy |  Reviews and Journalistic Writing | 
 

AIDS Reruns: Becoming ‘Normal’?

with Ted Kerr

Published in Indiewire, 2014-08-18
Topics: AIDS |  Highlight |  Interviews |  Queer Media |  Reviews and Journalistic Writing | 
 

Conclusion: It’s our Collective, Principled Making that Matters Most

Vol. 5, Queer Feminist Media Praxis @Ada

Published in ADA: Journal of Gender, New Media, and Technology, 2014-07-12
Topics: Activist Media |  Critical Internet Studies |  Curatorial, Editor, Organizer |  Feminist Media |  Pedagogy |  Queer Media | 
 

Queer Feminist Media Praxis

co-editor with Aristae Fotopoulou and Kate O’Riordan

Published in ADA: Journal of Gender, New Media, and Technology, 2014-07-12
Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Curatorial, Editor, Organizer |  Feminist Media |  Queer Media | 
 

Home Video Returns: Media Ecologies of the Past of HIV/AIDS

By Alexandra Juhasz and Ted Kerr

Published in Cineaste Magazine, 2014-05-21
Topics: AIDS |  Digital Production |  Feminist Media |  Reviews and Journalistic Writing | 
 

Feminist Digital Research/Pedagogy/Writing as Community-based Practice

Claremont, Community Engagement Center, ed. Tessa Hicks-Peterson. pgs. 35-38

Published in The Pitzer College 50th Anniversary Engaged Faculty Collection, 2014-05-14
Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media |  Pedagogy | 
 

Feminist Online Activism: As Teaching/Community/Space Making

New York University, pgs. 20-21

Published in Militant Research Handbook, 2013-09-10
Topics: Activist Media |  Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media |  Pedagogy |  Queer Media | 
 

Acts of Signification Survival

Vol. 55

Published in Jump Cut, 2013-08-21
Topics: Activist Media |  AIDS |  Curatorial, Editor, Organizer |  Queer Media | 
 

Conversations Across the Fields: An Idea Whose Time is Here: FemTechNet

Vol. 1

Published in ADA: Journal of Gender, New Media, and Technology, 2012-11-12
Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media |  Pedagogy |  Reviews and Journalistic Writing | 
 

You Get the Picture

Issue 1 (July 2012), "Film and Moving Image Studies: Reborn Digital?" ed. Catherine Grant

Published in Frames Cinema Journal, 2012-07-01
Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media |  Media Studies | 
 

Fred Rant

Vol 9, Special issue on Fan/Remix Video

Published in Transformative Works and Cultures, 2012-03-15
Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Digital Production |  Feminist Media |  Highlight |  Pedagogy |  Queer Media | 
 

Feminist Labor in Media Studies/Communication: Is Self-Branding Feminist Practice?

Vol 5 (2011) with Sarah Banet-Weiser

Published in International Journal of Communication, 2011-10-26
Topics: Feminist Media |  Pedagogy | 
 

A Place in the Online Feminist Documentary Cyber-Closet

Issue 3 (Fall 2011), "Documentary and Space"

Published in Media Fields Journal, 2011-08-01
Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media | 
 

On the Online Publishing and Re-Purposing of Learning from YouTube

8 (2010)

Published in Enculturation: A Journal of Rhetoric, 2010-08-01
Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Media Studies |  Pedagogy |  Reviews and Journalistic Writing | 
 

AIDS Video: To Dream and Dance with the Censor

52 (Summer 2010)

Published in Jump Cut, 2010-07-01
Topics: AIDS |  Queer Media |  Video | 
 

A Lesbian Collective Aesthetic: Making and Teaching The OWLS

2:1 (Spring 2010)

Published in Films for the Feminist Classroom, 2010-06-01
Topics: Fake Documentary |  Feminist Media |  Pedagogy |  Queer Media | 
 

The Views of the Feminist Archive

11:14 (2010)

Published in FLOW, 2010-05-21
Topics: Archives |  Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media |  Queer Media | 
 

Introduction to Visual Culture Video Essays

Collage of three student videos from Visual Research Methods course

Published in AudioVisual Thinking, 2010-02-01
Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Digital Production |  Pedagogy | 
 

Learning The 5 Lessons of YouTube

1:1 (Winter 2009)

Published in International Journal of Learning and Media, 2009-12-01
Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Pedagogy | 
 

Postscript: Video Research Methodology

3:3, pgs. 321-322

Published in International Journal of Multiple Research Approaches, 2009-09-02
Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Media Studies |  Pedagogy | 
 

The Increasingly UnProductive Fake

Vol. 4, July-August 2009

Published in No More Potlucks, 2009-07-01
Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Fake Documentary |  Feminist Media |  Queer Media | 
 

Why (Not) to Teach on YouTube

pgs. 133-140

Published in The Video Vortex Reader, 2008-02-02
Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Highlight |  Pedagogy |  Video | 
 

Feminist History Making and Video Remains: A Dialogue with Antoinette Burton

Vol 48 (Winter 2006)

Published in Jump Cut, 2006-12-01
Topics: AIDS |  Archives |  Feminist Media |  Interviews | 
 

Video Remains: Nostalgia, Technology, and Queer Archive Activism

12: 2, pgs. 319-328

Published in GLQ, 2006-04-25
Topics: AIDS |  Archives |  Documentary |  Queer Media |  Video | 
 

 

On the Internet (Interviews, Op Eds, Reviews)

 
Natalie Bookchin in Conversation with Alexandra Juhasz: Performance of Race and White  Hegemony on YouTube photo

Natalie Bookchin in Conversation with Alexandra Juhasz: Performance of Race and White Hegemony on YouTube

Bill Balaskas and Carolina Rito, eds

Published in Fabricating Publics: The Dissemination of Culture in the Post-truth Era, 2021
Topics: 2021-2022: Recent Work |  Activist Media |  Critical Internet Studies |  Interviews | 

  Reimagining Queer Presence in Grand Museum Rooms photo

Reimagining Queer Presence in Grand Museum Rooms

Published in Hyperallergic, October 26, 2021
Topics: 2021-2022: Recent Work |  Queer Media |  Reviews and Journalistic Writing | 

 

"I Can't Remember the Question, but the Answer was: Party"

By Ben Evans, John Freeman, Cea (Constantine Jones), Alexandra Juhasz, and Julie Tolentino

Published in The Body, 2021
Topics: 2021-2022: Recent Work |  AIDS |  Highlight |  Reviews and Journalistic Writing | 

  The People Are Not an Image: A Conversation on Vernacular Video photo

The People Are Not an Image: A Conversation on Vernacular Video

Published in Institute for Network Culture Blog, 2021
Topics: 2021-2022: Recent Work |  Activist Media |  COVID-19 |  Critical Internet Studies |  Interviews |  Video | 

  For Feminist Artists, Recognition Often Comes Too Late photo

For Feminist Artists, Recognition Often Comes Too Late

Published in Hyperallergic, 2021
Topics: 2021-2022: Recent Work |  Feminist Media |  Interviews | 

 

Two Queer Scholarly Books Distill Ideas About Dyke Networks

Published in Lambda Literary, 2021
Topics: 2021-2022: Recent Work |  Archives |  Reviews and Journalistic Writing | 

  Holocaust Daughters: A Genre photo

Holocaust Daughters: A Genre

Published in MS, 2020
Topics: Reviews and Journalistic Writing |  Works from 2020 | 

  Juhasz & Kerr expand on their conversation, “AIDS Normalization” photo

Juhasz & Kerr expand on their conversation, “AIDS Normalization”

with X-TRA editor Mario Ontiveros

Published in X-tra Online, 2020
Topics: AIDS |  Interviews |  Works from 2020 | 

  AIDS Normalization photo

AIDS Normalization

Published in X-tra, Summer 2020
Topics: AIDS |  Queer Media |  Reviews and Journalistic Writing |  Works from 2020 | 

 

New Book Analyses the AIDS Epidemic as a Distribution of Crises

Published in The Body Dot Com, 2020
Topics: AIDS |  COVID-19 |  Interviews |  Works from 2020 | 

  “Reach Out to One Person a Day”: Feminist AIDS Activists Reflect on COVID-19 photo

“Reach Out to One Person a Day”: Feminist AIDS Activists Reflect on COVID-19

Published in Autostraddle, 2020
Topics: Activist Media |  AIDS |  COVID-19 |  Highlight |  Interviews |  Works from 2020 | 

  27 Questions For Writers and Journalists to Consider When Writing About Covid-19 and HIV/AIDS photo

27 Questions For Writers and Journalists to Consider When Writing About Covid-19 and HIV/AIDS

Published in , 2020
Topics: AIDS |  COVID-19 |  Reviews and Journalistic Writing |  Works from 2020 | 

  Minimum Viable Cinema (Criticism) photo

Minimum Viable Cinema (Criticism)

Published in Flow: A Critical Forum on Media and Culture, 2020
Topics: COVID-19 |  Critical Internet Studies |  Media Studies |  Reviews and Journalistic Writing |  Works from 2020 | 

  Introduction and Short Entry photo

Introduction and Short Entry

Published in What Would a COVID 19 Doula Do Zine, 2020
Topics: AIDS |  COVID-19 |  Curatorial, Editor, Organizer |  Highlight |  Interviews |  Queer Media |  Works from 2020 | 

  Feminist Pedagogy in a Time of Coronavirus Pandemic photo

Feminist Pedagogy in a Time of Coronavirus Pandemic

Published in FemTechNet, March 28, 2020
Topics: COVID-19 |  Highlight |  Pedagogy |  Works from 2020 | 

  Intellectual Property and Creative Labor in a Rising Tide of Everything photo

Intellectual Property and Creative Labor in a Rising Tide of Everything

Written for Restless Image III: The Urge to Share, at the etc. Gallery, Prague

Published in online catalogue, 2019
Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Digital Production |  Video |  Works from 2020 | 

  Abiding Relations Through Recovery, Restoration and Curation photo

Abiding Relations Through Recovery, Restoration and Curation

“What You Don't’ Know About AIDS Could Fill a Museum, Ed. Ted Kerr

Published in On Curating, 42 (September 2019), 2019
Topics: AIDS |  Curatorial, Editor, Organizer |  Queer Media |  Works from 2019 | 

  Coda: In Love, Anger, and Loss, Barbara Hammer and Carolee Schneemann photo

Coda: In Love, Anger, and Loss, Barbara Hammer and Carolee Schneemann

Vol. 5 Issue 4, October 2019: 87-105

Published in Feminist Media Histories, 2019
Topics: Curatorial, Editor, Organizer |  Feminist Media |  Film/Video Production |  Interviews |  Queer Media |  Reviews and Journalistic Writing |  Video | 

  Invisible Wins: Mentoring, Diversity, and Inclusion in the Media photo

Invisible Wins: Mentoring, Diversity, and Inclusion in the Media

Vol. 5 Issue 4, October 2019: 66-67.

Published in Feminist Media Histories, 2019
Topics: Feminist Media |  Film/Video Production |  Interviews |  Video |  Works from 2019 | 

  New Formats for Revisits:

New Formats for Revisits: "Women of Vision Research Meeting" NY, 1994

Vol. 5 Issue 4, October 2019, 19-20

Published in Feminist Media Histories, 2019
Topics: Archives |  Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media |  Highlight |  Interviews |  Media Studies |  Queer Media |  Video |  Works from 2019 | 

  Informed Historical Reveries

Informed Historical Reveries "Introduction"

Vol. 5 Issue 4, October 2019, 1-18

Published in Feminist Media Histories, 2019
Topics: Activist Media |  Curatorial, Editor, Organizer |  Feminist Media |  Media Studies |  Queer Media |  Video |  Works from 2019 | 

 

“I am committed to reclaiming God”: An interview with curators of the HIV archival exhibit ‘Metanoia’

Written by Timothy DuWhite

Published in RaceBaitr, 2019
Topics: Activist Media |  AIDS |  Archives |  Curatorial, Editor, Organizer |  Works from 2019 | 

 

Exhibit in New York Unearths 1990s Activism by HIV-Positive Women in Prison

Written by Tim Murphy

Published in The Body, 2019
Topics: AIDS |  Curatorial, Editor, Organizer |  Works from 2019 | 

  The Whole World is Watching, Episode 3: Activating the Archive photo

The Whole World is Watching, Episode 3: Activating the Archive

For Visual AIDS Curatorial Residency

Published in , March 2019
Topics: Activist Media |  AIDS |  Archives |  Interviews |  Works from 2019 | 

  We were the class of 1982 photo

We were the class of 1982

Published in MS blog, October 13, 2018
Topics: Highlight |  Reviews and Journalistic Writing |  Works from 2018 | 

  Power in diversity: fierce pussy interviewed by Alexandra Juhasz photo

Power in diversity: fierce pussy interviewed by Alexandra Juhasz

Published in BOMB, Sept 7, 2018
Topics: AIDS |  Feminist Media |  Interviews |  Queer Media |  Reviews and Journalistic Writing |  Works from 2018 | 

 

10 Tries: 100 Poems: Fake News Poetry Workshops as Radical Digital Media Literacy Pedagogy

Series Introduction, Field Notes

Published in The Operating System, 2018-02-02
Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Curatorial, Editor, Organizer |  Fake Documentary |  Highlight |  Pedagogy |  Works from 2018 | 

  The MS. Q&A: Feminist Carolee Schnemann Looks Backwards and Forward photo

The MS. Q&A: Feminist Carolee Schnemann Looks Backwards and Forward

Carolee Schneeman interviewed by Alexandra Juhasz

Published in MS. Magazine Blog, 2018-01-29
Topics: Feminist Media |  Highlight |  Interviews |  Reviews and Journalistic Writing |  Works from 2018 | 

 

The Anthropology of Media in a Post Truth Era

AnthroPod: SCA Podcast by Katherine Sacco

Published in Cultural Anthropology, 2017-12-21
Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Documentary |  Fake Documentary |  Interviews |  Works from 2017 | 

  In Conversation: Barbara Hammer with Alexandra Juhasz photo

In Conversation: Barbara Hammer with Alexandra Juhasz

Published in Brooklyn Rail, 2017-12-09
Topics: Feminist Media |  Interviews |  Reviews and Journalistic Writing |  Works from 2017 | 

  Media Activism at Brooklyn College photo

Media Activism at Brooklyn College

Interviewed for CUNY TV

Published in Study with the Best, 2017-12-09
Topics: Activist Media |  Feminist Media |  Interviews |  Pedagogy |  Works from 2017 | 

 

The Tiny Magic of CyberFeminism

Podcast with Douglas Rushkoff

Published in Team Human, 2017-09-09
Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media |  Interviews |  Works from 2017 | 

  Trump's Alpha Male Posturing Was Made For Our Social Media Age photo

Trump's Alpha Male Posturing Was Made For Our Social Media Age

Published in DAME Magazine, 2017-09-07
Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media |  Highlight |  Reviews and Journalistic Writing |  Works from 2017 | 

 

On Care, Activism, and HIV

with Theodore Kerr, Issue 2: Infection

Published in Hema, 2017-06-01
Topics: AIDS |  Archives |  Documentary |  Queer Media |  Works from 2017 | 

  This is What 53 Looks Like photo

This is What 53 Looks Like

Published in Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Heritage Week, Calendar and Cultural Guide, 2017
Topics: Interviews | 

  In Conversation with Agnes Varda photo

In Conversation with Agnes Varda

Published in The Brooklyn Rail, 2017-04-01
Topics: Feminist Media |  Highlight |  Interviews |  Reviews and Journalistic Writing |  Works from 2017 | 

  Perpetual Revolution: The Image and Social Change photo

Perpetual Revolution: The Image and Social Change

International Center of Photography January 27 – May 7, 2017

Published in The Brooklyn Rail, 2017-03-01
Topics: Activist Media |  Critical Internet Studies |  Highlight |  Reviews and Journalistic Writing |  Works from 2017 | 

  Man-o Man-ifesto! photo

Man-o Man-ifesto!

Park Avenue Armory | December 7, 2016 – January 8, 2017

Published in The Brooklyn Rail, 2017-02-01
Topics: Feminist Media |  Highlight |  Reviews and Journalistic Writing |  Works from 2017 | 

  Four Hard Truths About Fake News photo

Four Hard Truths About Fake News

Published in JStor Daily, 2016-11-30
Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Fake Documentary |  Highlight |  Reviews and Journalistic Writing | 

 

Paired Perspectives: How Taylor Mac’s 24 Hour Performance Encapsulated an Experience of the AIDS Crisis

Published in Visual AIDS, 2016-10-25
Topics: AIDS |  Queer Media |  Reviews and Journalistic Writing | 

  Does visibility equal progress? A conversation on trans activist media photo

Does visibility equal progress? A conversation on trans activist media

Vol. 57

Published in Jump Cut, 2016-08-21
Topics: AIDS |  Feminist Media |  Highlight |  Interviews |  Queer Media | 

  How Do I (Not) Look? Live Feed Video and Viral Black Death photo

How Do I (Not) Look? Live Feed Video and Viral Black Death

Published in JStor Daily, 2016-07-20
Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media |  Highlight |  Reviews and Journalistic Writing | 

  Pleasure Riot photo

Pleasure Riot

Pleasure YouTube

Published in RIOT, 2016-06-29
Topics: AIDS |  Digital Production |  Interviews | 

  Feminism, Technology, and Place photo

Feminism, Technology, and Place

Alexandra Juhasz interviews Sharon Irish and Radhika Gajjala

Published in FemTechNet DOCC,
Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Curatorial, Editor, Organizer |  Feminist Media |  Interviews |  Pedagogy | 

  In Defence of ‘Shirley and Jason’ photo

In Defence of ‘Shirley and Jason’

A Lovely Incantation of A State We All Can Identify With, The State of Jason

Published in Indiewire, July 14, 2015
Topics: Documentary |  Fake Documentary |  Queer Media |  Reviews and Journalistic Writing | 

  Video Dialogue with Carol Stabile photo

Video Dialogue with Carol Stabile

Video

Published in Vimeo, 2014-11-18
Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media |  Highlight |  Interviews |  Reviews and Journalistic Writing | 

  AIDS Reruns: Becoming ‘Normal’? photo

AIDS Reruns: Becoming ‘Normal’?

with Ted Kerr

Published in Indiewire, 2014-08-18
Topics: AIDS |  Highlight |  Interviews |  Queer Media |  Reviews and Journalistic Writing | 

 

Multimodal Editing and the Future

Session led by Julia Lesage (University of Oregon) and Alex Juhasz

Published in Fembot Collective, 2014-01-16
Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media |  Interviews |  Pedagogy | 

 

MediaCommons Front Page Contribution

What are the major social/legal/professional stakes with sharing online?

Published in MediaCommons, 2013-03-13
Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media |  Reviews and Journalistic Writing | 

 

“Discipline pt. 2” by Liz Losh and Alex Juhasz

FemTechNet presents the keyword video "Discipline pt. 2" by Liz Losh and Alex Juhasz. This video is a continued discussion on the implications of discipline within academia.

Published in FemTechNet Keyword Video, 2013
Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Curatorial, Editor, Organizer |  Interviews |  Media Studies |  Pedagogy | 

 

 

On the Internet (Writing on Blogs)

 
The People Are Not an Image: A Conversation on Vernacular Video photo

The People Are Not an Image: A Conversation on Vernacular Video

Published in Institute for Network Culture Blog, 2021
Topics: 2021-2022: Recent Work |  Activist Media |  COVID-19 |  Critical Internet Studies |  Interviews |  Video | 

 

‘We Are Still Sick and We Are Ready to Act’ A Covid Community Struggles to Be Born

Published in Center for New York City Affairs, 2021
Topics: 2021-2022: Recent Work |  COVID-19 |  Queer Media | 

  Doula Directives, Routes to Uprising photo

Doula Directives, Routes to Uprising

with What Would an HIV Doula Do? Collective

Published in One Archives Blog, 2021
Topics: 2021-2022: Recent Work |  AIDS |  COVID-19 |  Curatorial, Editor, Organizer | 

  It Could Be So Much Worse photo

It Could Be So Much Worse

with Pato Hebert

Published in Critical Inquiry Blog, 2020
Topics: 2021-2022: Recent Work |  AIDS |  COVID-19 | 

  Power in diversity: fierce pussy interviewed by Alexandra Juhasz photo

Power in diversity: fierce pussy interviewed by Alexandra Juhasz

Published in BOMB, Sept 7, 2018
Topics: AIDS |  Feminist Media |  Interviews |  Queer Media |  Reviews and Journalistic Writing |  Works from 2018 | 

 

10 Tries: 100 Poems: Fake News Poetry Workshops as Radical Digital Media Literacy Pedagogy

Series Introduction, Field Notes

Published in The Operating System, 2018-02-02
Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Curatorial, Editor, Organizer |  Fake Documentary |  Highlight |  Pedagogy |  Works from 2018 | 

  The MS. Q&A: Feminist Carolee Schnemann Looks Backwards and Forward photo

The MS. Q&A: Feminist Carolee Schnemann Looks Backwards and Forward

Carolee Schneeman interviewed by Alexandra Juhasz

Published in MS. Magazine Blog, 2018-01-29
Topics: Feminist Media |  Highlight |  Interviews |  Reviews and Journalistic Writing |  Works from 2018 | 

 

The Anthropology of Media in a Post Truth Era

AnthroPod: SCA Podcast by Katherine Sacco

Published in Cultural Anthropology, 2017-12-21
Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Documentary |  Fake Documentary |  Interviews |  Works from 2017 | 

  In Conversation: Barbara Hammer with Alexandra Juhasz photo

In Conversation: Barbara Hammer with Alexandra Juhasz

Published in Brooklyn Rail, 2017-12-09
Topics: Feminist Media |  Interviews |  Reviews and Journalistic Writing |  Works from 2017 | 

  Media Activism at Brooklyn College photo

Media Activism at Brooklyn College

Interviewed for CUNY TV

Published in Study with the Best, 2017-12-09
Topics: Activist Media |  Feminist Media |  Interviews |  Pedagogy |  Works from 2017 | 

 

The Tiny Magic of CyberFeminism

Podcast with Douglas Rushkoff

Published in Team Human, 2017-09-09
Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media |  Interviews |  Works from 2017 | 

  In Conversation with Agnes Varda photo

In Conversation with Agnes Varda

Published in The Brooklyn Rail, 2017-04-01
Topics: Feminist Media |  Highlight |  Interviews |  Reviews and Journalistic Writing |  Works from 2017 | 

  Stacked on her Office Shelves: Stewardship and AIDS Archives photo

Stacked on her Office Shelves: Stewardship and AIDS Archives

With Theodore Kerr, CUNY Grad Center

Published in Center for Humanities Blog, 2017-01-13
Topics: Activist Media |  AIDS |  Archives |  Feminist Media |  Reviews and Journalistic Writing |  Video |  Works from 2017 | 

  Does visibility equal progress? A conversation on trans activist media photo

Does visibility equal progress? A conversation on trans activist media

Vol. 57

Published in Jump Cut, 2016-08-21
Topics: AIDS |  Feminist Media |  Highlight |  Interviews |  Queer Media | 

  Pleasure Riot photo

Pleasure Riot

Pleasure YouTube

Published in RIOT, 2016-06-29
Topics: AIDS |  Digital Production |  Interviews | 

  Feminism, Technology, and Place photo

Feminism, Technology, and Place

Alexandra Juhasz interviews Sharon Irish and Radhika Gajjala

Published in FemTechNet DOCC,
Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Curatorial, Editor, Organizer |  Feminist Media |  Interviews |  Pedagogy | 

  In Defence of ‘Shirley and Jason’ photo

In Defence of ‘Shirley and Jason’

A Lovely Incantation of A State We All Can Identify With, The State of Jason

Published in Indiewire, July 14, 2015
Topics: Documentary |  Fake Documentary |  Queer Media |  Reviews and Journalistic Writing | 

  Access Denied, Internet Dark: Technology, Prison, Education photo

Access Denied, Internet Dark: Technology, Prison, Education

Lady Justice

Published in New Criticals, 2015-04-09
Topics: Activist Media |  Critical Internet Studies |  Highlight |  Queer Media |  Reviews and Journalistic Writing | 

 

YouTube and Women’s Empowerment

How Many Views Does It Take to EMPOWER?

Published in VoiceAmerica Empowerment Channel, 2015-03-17
Topics: Feminist Media |  Interviews |  Pedagogy |  Video | 

  Learning from (Where) YouTube (Can’t Go): Inside-Out photo

Learning from (Where) YouTube (Can’t Go): Inside-Out

Lady Justice

Published in New Criticals, 2015-01-18
Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Pedagogy |  Reviews and Journalistic Writing | 

  Video Dialogue with Carol Stabile photo

Video Dialogue with Carol Stabile

Video

Published in Vimeo, 2014-11-18
Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media |  Highlight |  Interviews |  Reviews and Journalistic Writing | 

  AIDS Reruns: Becoming ‘Normal’? photo

AIDS Reruns: Becoming ‘Normal’?

with Ted Kerr

Published in Indiewire, 2014-08-18
Topics: AIDS |  Highlight |  Interviews |  Queer Media |  Reviews and Journalistic Writing | 

 

Multimodal Editing and the Future

Session led by Julia Lesage (University of Oregon) and Alex Juhasz

Published in Fembot Collective, 2014-01-16
Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media |  Interviews |  Pedagogy | 

  Feminism, Technology & Transformation: Interview with Donna Haraway and Catherine Lord photo

Feminism, Technology & Transformation: Interview with Donna Haraway and Catherine Lord

Published in FemTechNet, 2013-08-25
Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Curatorial, Editor, Organizer |  Feminist Media |  Film/Video Production |  Highlight |  Interviews |  Reviews and Journalistic Writing | 

 

“Discipline pt. 2” by Liz Losh and Alex Juhasz

FemTechNet presents the keyword video "Discipline pt. 2" by Liz Losh and Alex Juhasz. This video is a continued discussion on the implications of discipline within academia.

Published in FemTechNet Keyword Video, 2013
Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Curatorial, Editor, Organizer |  Interviews |  Media Studies |  Pedagogy | 

  “Discipline pt. 1” by Liz Losh and Alex Juhasz photo

“Discipline pt. 1” by Liz Losh and Alex Juhasz

FemTechNet presents the keyword video, "Discipline pt. 1" by Liz Losh and Alex Juhasz.

Published in FemTechNet Keyword Video, 2013
Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Curatorial, Editor, Organizer |  Highlight |  Interviews |  Pedagogy | 

 

“Archive pt. 1” by Liz Losh

Alex Juhasz interviews Liz Losh. FemTechNet presents the keyword video, "Archive."

Published in FemTechNet Keyword Video, 2013
Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Curatorial, Editor, Organizer |  Interviews |  Media Studies |  Pedagogy | 

  making connections. making things. making the feminist-Internet photo

making connections. making things. making the feminist-Internet

Published in Fembot Collective, 2012-06-08
Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media |  Highlight |  Pedagogy | 

 

Aca-fandom and Beyond

Conversation with Derek Kompare and Jay Bushman

Published in Confessions of an Aca-Fan, 2011-08-18
Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Interviews |  Media Studies |  Reviews and Journalistic Writing | 

 

Social Media Optimization & the Web

video

Published in UW-Whitewater, 2011-05-31
Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Interviews |  Pedagogy |  Reviews and Journalistic Writing | 

  A Truly New Genre photo

A Truly New Genre

Published in Inside Higher Ed, 2011-05-03
Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Pedagogy |  Reviews and Journalistic Writing | 

 

Distraction Span: Technologies of Productive Disruption

with Brian Goldfarb

Published in MediaCommons, The New Everyday, 2011-04-05
Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Curatorial, Editor, Organizer |  Media Studies |  Pedagogy | 

 

A Conversation with Alexandra Juhasz and Toby Miller

Podcast

Published in CulturalStudies, 2011-03-06
Topics: Activist Media |  Critical Internet Studies |  Interviews |  Pedagogy | 

 

Commentary: Learning from Fred

Published in Teacher’s College Record, 2008-09-08
Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Pedagogy |  Reviews and Journalistic Writing | 

 

Teaching on YouTube

Published in OpenCulture, 2008-02-22
Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Pedagogy |  Reviews and Journalistic Writing | 

 

Learning from YouTube: An Interview with Alexandra Juhasz

by Henry Jenkins

Published in Confessions of an Aca-Fan, 2008-02-19
Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Interviews |  Pedagogy |  Reviews and Journalistic Writing | 

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Feminist History Making and Video Remains: A Dialogue with Antoinette Burton

Vol 48 (Winter 2006)

Published in Jump Cut, 2006-12-01
Topics: AIDS |  Archives |  Feminist Media |  Interviews | 

 

 

Life Online

 

Curatorial/Programming

 
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VHS Activism Archive

VHS Archives considers how to store, transfer, share, research, and reactivate media collections facing obsolescence. It is a database of one VHS collection with information, citation, and in some case digitization that can lead to more.

Topics: 2021-2022: Recent Work |  Activist Media |  AIDS |  Archives |  Curatorial, Editor, Organizer |  Feminist Media |  Film/Video Production |  Queer Media | 


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Long Hauling

Co-curated with Pato Hebert on Arts Everywhere. Long Hauling is a series of essays highlighting the stories of “long COVID” survivors and community efforts to use the lessons learned from other viruses to provide care for patients during the early months of the outbreak and into the uncertainties of late-pandemic years.

Topics: 2021-2022: Recent Work |  COVID-19 |  Curatorial, Editor, Organizer |  Reviews and Journalistic Writing | 


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Long COVID: We Are Here!

Relational Space Gallery online exhibit

Long COVID – We Are Here! is a fearless exploration into the long-haul experience aiming to: 1-Raise awareness; 2-Compel an international, funded research agenda;  3-Advocate for a global repository of open access articles, resources, therapeutics & treatment strategies; 4-Urge widespread physician training and patient support.

We unite in solidarity with other debilitating and frequently dismissed syndromes such as ME/CFS for increased visibility and support.

​April 29, 2021 – May 30, 2021

Topics: 2021-2022: Recent Work |  AIDS |  COVID-19 |  Curatorial, Editor, Organizer | 


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Metanoia Online

Metanoia is an archival examination of community-based responses to the ongoing AIDS crisis.

The exhibition highlights the contributions of Black cis and trans women, and cis and trans women of color impacted by HIV, many of whom have had experiences within the criminal justice system.

Too often these stories are found only at the margins of art shows, history books, and documentaries — but for us, the four curators of this show, their lives, records, and stories are central.

Topics: 2021-2022: Recent Work |  Activist Media |  AIDS |  Archives |  Curatorial, Editor, Organizer | 


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Metanoia: Transformation through AIDS Archives

Curated by What Would an HIV AIDS Doula Do? (collective members, Katherine Cheairs, Alexandra Juhasz, Theodore Kerr, Jawanza Williams).

Metanoia: Transformation through AIDS Archives is an archival examination of community-based responses to the ongoing AIDS crisis in the USA. The exhibition’s title, metanoia, is a word of Greek origin expressing the possibility of change through transformation.

The exhibition is rooted in the belief that HIV/AIDS is a powerful agent of change, and that transformation can happen through community, activism, words, sex, care, and the materials that document these efforts. It is being created from the archives of  ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives at USC Libraries, and the The NY Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center.

Topics: AIDS |  Archives |  Curatorial, Editor, Organizer |  Highlight |  Works from 2019 | 


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Beyond Story

With Alisa Lebow. An online, community based manifesto.

Not everything should be molded into a story, not everyone fits its constricting contours nor finds their most meaningful incantation in its familiar folds. There are many ways to shape a documentary. And yet, despite this self-evident claim, “storytelling” currently dominates the field.

We are not against story per se. We are against the privileging of story as the most viable or supported organizing principle for documentary, especially at the very moment that documentary is poised to liberate itself from its narrative moorings. It is crucial to think beyond story; to learn from and/or imagine other organizing principles that may have a greater force. We urge filmmakers, funders, programmers, viewers, and scholars to look beyond story and to other forms of documentary; to ask why storytelling has become today’s pre-eminent mode for documentary and what gets lost when storied structures prevail.

World Records, Volume 2, Fall 2018.

Topics: Curatorial, Editor, Organizer |  Digital Production |  Documentary |  Highlight |  Media Studies |  Pedagogy |  Works from 2018 | 


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VHS Archives

The VHS Archives Working Group brings together scholars, students, librarians, archivists, technologists and community members interested in discussing questions, concerns and best practices about the use, preservation, digitization, and research of VHS collections currently held by organizations, scholars, artists, and activists.

Each month a member of the working group will present their archive and the questions, difficulties, surprises, losses and bounty it holds. The group will use each test case as a fertile opportunity to better frame their own video archives, and the broader questions raised by holdings of media nearing format-obsolescence.

Topics: AIDS |  Archives |  Critical Internet Studies |  Curatorial, Editor, Organizer |  Digital Production |  Highlight | 


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Fake News Poetry Workshops

The Fake News Poetry Workshops generate much: conversation, contemplation, community, and art about participants’ shared interpretations of the connections between social media, verification, and lived truth.

First and foremost an act of radical digital media literacy given the fact of fake news, the project stays small and local as one refutation to fake news’ reliance on the driving logic of scale. Alex goes somewhere, works with a poet and their community, and the process is the point. In the Fall of 2018, the project expanded to engage the links between “spreadability” and fakenews: how things move online, snowballing credibility, volume, and power with no ones care or attention along the way.

Fake News Poetry-Video Workshops experiment in the careful, considered relay of one truthful expression from someone else to another format, intending for the methods of artmaking and interpretation to buffer and protect one internet thing as it becomes yet another; a sort of anti-meme movement.

These videos are collected online; as ever, the process of their making trumps. Even so, the process of the project also generates collections (saved in this website, built by Partner and Partners, and especially Ethel Moore), and also ruminations about these many things that are also sometimes events. Writing about the project as a whole is also collected on this page.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Curatorial, Editor, Organizer |  Digital Production |  Fake Documentary |  Highlight |  Pedagogy |  Works from 2018 | 


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#100hardtruths #fakenews

Online digital media literacy primer generating principles for each of the first 100 deceptive days of the current administration.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Digital Production |  Fake Documentary |  Highlight |  Pedagogy |  Works from 2017 | 


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DOCC

“Collaborations in Feminism and Technology”

A DOCC is a Distributed Open Collaborative Course. It represents a feminist retooling of the popular genre of networked learning called MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) that have been adopted by many higher education institutions in the US.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Curatorial, Editor, Organizer |  Digital Production |  Feminist Media |  Highlight |  Pedagogy | 


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COMPULSIVE PRACTICE

Visual AIDS Video Program, Day (With) Out Art, 2016.

  • Co-curated with Jean Carlomusto and Hugh Ryan
  • Screened at New Museum, Brooklyn Museum, Studio Museum of Harlem, the Whitney, and nearly 100 institutions world wide, often with public programming.

Topics: AIDS |  Curatorial, Editor, Organizer |  Documentary |  Film/Video Production |  Highlight |  Works from 2017 | 


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BROOKLYNESE

Programmer. A monthly film series pertaining to the Borough. 2018-2019 features documentaries by CUNY faculty.

  • Hotel One Brooklyn Bridge, 2017-2019.

Topics: Curatorial, Editor, Organizer |  Documentary |  Feminist Media |  Works from 2017 | 


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EVERYDAY

Co-curated with Jean Carlomusto and Hugh Ryan. Art show explores the AIDS crisis through art and ephemera evidencing daily experiences & practices.

  • La Mama, La Galleria, NYC: Nov-Dec, 2016.

Topics: AIDS |  Curatorial, Editor, Organizer |  Highlight | 


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WATERMELON WOMAN @ 20

Cheryl Dunye plays a version of herself in this witty, nimble landmark of New Queer Cinema, restored for its 20th anniversary.

Organized six national curators who mounted a series of related video programs and art shows: Black/Queer/Trans Conference, SFSU; One Archive, LA; Outfest Fusion, Pitzer College Munroe Center for Social Inquiry, SomoS Gallery, Berlin (2016).

Topics: Fake Documentary |  Feminist Media |  Highlight | 


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DOIN’ IT IN PUBLIC

Feminism and Art at the Women’s Building, 2012.

– Affiliated scholar and writer, Pacific Standard Time, Art in LA, 1945-1980.

An ongoing series of oral histories about the Woman’s Building, partially funded by the Getty Foundation, in conjunction with the exhibition, Doin’ It in Public: Feminism and Art at the Woman’s Building, at the Ben Maltz Gallery, Otis College of Art and Design, October 1, 2011 – January 28, 2012.

Topics: Archives |  Curatorial, Editor, Organizer |  Feminist Media |  Video | 


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PERPITUBE

Repurposing Social Media Spaces

Co-curated with Pato Hebert Nichols Art Gallery, Pitzer College, July-September, 2011: www.youtube.com/PerpiTubeSpace and www.pitzer.edu/artgalleries.

  • Selections in “hyper-modern-alter-anti,” curated by Cindy Smith, CAA, 2012.
  • Selections in Video Vortex, Zagreb, 2012. Curated by Tihomir Milovac.
  • PerpiTube Symposium, Pitzer College, 2011.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Curatorial, Editor, Organizer |  Digital Production |  Pedagogy |  Video | 


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Fae Richards Archive

A group of pictures called ‘The Fae Richards Photo Archive’ (1993-1996), produced by Zoe Leonard in collaboration with the filmmaker Cheryl Dunye, purports to document the life of an African-American actress from her childhood early in the 20th century through her post-civil rights era old age. The substance of the narrative, including a film career sabotaged by racism, rings true; but Fae Richards never existed. Her life was staged for the contemporary camera.

Topics: Archives |  Queer Media | 


 

 

Papers Presented at Academic Conferences

 

AAA: The Anthropology of Media and Journalism in a Post-Truth Era

December 2017.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Fake Documentary |  Pedagogy |  Works from 2017 | 


AAA: “Producing Queerness”

“New Queer Cinema and Cultural Activism,” November 1996.

Topics: Feminist Media | 


After Marriage, CLAGS: Who are the Stewards of the AIDS Archive?

“Who are the Stewards of the AIDS Archive?” With Ted Kerr, September 2016.

Topics: Activist Media |  AIDS |  Archives |  Queer Media |  Video | 


AIDS, Media and Memory

Panel Chair, AIDS, Media and Memory: Legacies and Contestations in the Ongoing Emergency of the AIDS Crisis, ASA, November 2018.

Topics: AIDS |  Archives |  Queer Media |  Works from 2018 | 


AIDS/ART/WORK, CLAGS, CUNY

To Dream with the Censor, 2008.

Topics: AIDS | 


American Studies Assoc: AIDS, Media and Memory

Legacies and Contestations in the Ongoing Emergency of the AIDS Crisis, Panel Chair, November 2018.

Topics: AIDS |  Archives |  Works from 2018 | 


American Studies Association: Contradictions of a Process Archive

2009.

Topics: Documentary |  Feminist Media | 


Ammerman Technology and Arts Symposium

Fake News Poetry Workshop with Kyle Booten, February 2018. See poems and other materials here: http://fakenews-poetry.org/ammerman-list.html.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Fake Documentary |  Pedagogy |  Works from 2018 | 


ASA, Socially Networked Actuality

The Facebook Documentary, 2012.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Documentary | 


ASA: Doing Feminism

Event, Archive, Techne, respondent, November 2014.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media | 


Beyond Story: Situating an Online Community Manifesto (Workshop)

Visible Evidence, 2019

Topics: Documentary |  Works from 2019 | 


Building Sustainability into Queer Archival Initiatives

Association of Moving Image Archivists

Topics: Activist Media |  AIDS |  Archives |  Feminist Media |  Queer Media | 


College Art Association: YouTube’s Ironic Free-Fall

2009.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies | 


Conference on Diversity, CUNY

Race and Racism through Fake News, March 2017.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Fake Documentary |  Pedagogy |  Works from 2017 | 


Console-ing Passions

“Constructing Identity Through Alternative AIDS Media,” 1992.

Topics: AIDS |  Documentary | 


Console-ing Passions: Learning from Learning from YouTube

2008.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies | 


Console-ing Passions: Making the New Materialisms Matter for Feminist Media Studies

“Ev-Ent-Anglement and Affect,” June 2015.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media | 


Cultural Studies Association: “The Distributed Online Collaborative Course (DOCC)”

“Toward an accessible, open, accountable, transformative and transforming feminist university of our dreams,” May 2015.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media |  Pedagogy | 


CUNY IT Conference: Digital media literacy in the face of fake news

December 2017.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Fake Documentary |  Pedagogy |  Works from 2017 | 


Digital EngAGEment: Media Literacy in 21st Century

Brooklyn College, May 2017. Presented on the #100hardtruths-#fakenews digital media literacy project.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Fake Documentary |  Pedagogy |  Works from 2017 | 


DIGITAL engAGEment: Media. Literate. #activist.

Fake News Poetry Workshop, with Orr Menirom, May 2018.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Fake Documentary |  Pedagogy |  Works from 2018 | 


Digital Media and Learning Conference

Queer You(th) Tube (via YouTube), 2010.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media | 


Duke Journal of Women’s Law and Policy Conference on Gender and AIDS

“Knowing Each Other Through AIDS Video,” with Juanita Mohammed, February 1997.

Topics: AIDS |  Documentary |  Feminist Media | 


Encounters: Media Field: “AIDS Reruns”

“(Re)Encountering the Past in the Age of Ongoing,” Key-Note Address with Ted Kerr, April 2015.

Topics: AIDS |  Archives |  Video | 


Feminist Media Histories of Activism: Cross-generational Conversations among Scholars and Media Makers

American Studies Association

Topics: Activist Media |  Archives |  Feminist Media | 


Feminist Poetics, Emergent Pedagogies

On Fake News Poetry Workshops, May 2018.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Fake Documentary |  Feminist Media |  Highlight |  Pedagogy |  Works from 2018 | 


Flow: Roundtable on Media Publishing,

October 2006.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies | 


Future of Writing: Learning from YouTube

UCI, 2008.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies | 


“Beyond Story and it’s Aftermath”

Invitational conference, Hong Kong Baptist University

Topics: 2021-2022: Recent Work |  Documentary | 


i-docs Presentation, American Interventions

The Fake News Poetry Workshop: March 2018.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Fake Documentary |  Pedagogy |  Works from 2017 | 


Int. Comm. Assoc.: Queer Realism on You Tube,

May 2007.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media | 


Inter-disciplinarity and Social Justice: Pitzer College

“Media Praxis,” February 2005.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Documentary | 


Fake News Poetry Workshops as Radical Digital Media Literacy

Interfaces are the central instruments in the new economy of signs. They are both tools and discursive frames. Interfaces, insofar as they are instituted as an order of discourse, are transitive and mediating. Post-truth is the term coined to define a linguistic regime in which objective facts are less influential in the formation of public opinion than appeals to emotion and personal belief. This phenomenon can be analyzed as a specific system of interfaces where a whole set of communicative, technical, social, political and economic issues converge.

University of Barcelona, Spain. Presentation on Fake News Poetry Workshops. November 2018.

 

Topics: Activist Media |  Critical Internet Studies |  Fake Documentary |  Pedagogy |  Works from 2018 | 


MDOCS: Skidmore College, Surveillance, Archives and Memory

June 2018.

Topics: Archives |  Critical Internet Studies |  Fake Documentary |  Works from 2018 | 


MIT Digital Cinema Conference: “Lessons from Feminist Media History”

October 2000.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media | 


National Critics Conference: “Missing in Action”

“AIDS Video Writing,” May 2005.

Topics: AIDS | 


National Ethnic Studies Assoc., Illusions of Equality and Freedom on YouTube

2011.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media | 


NITTLE: Learning from YouTube

2008.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies | 


Now! Visual Culture, Feminism, Technology and Visuality

2012.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media | 


Ohio University Film Conference on Documentary: Chair for panel

“Community Produced Video.” Paper presented: “Camcorder Politics.” November 1990.

Topics: AIDS |  Documentary | 


Ohio University Film Conference: “Sound and Silence in Alternative AIDS Media”

November 1991.

Topics: AIDS |  Documentary | 


OURMedia7, Ghana

What YouTube Teaches Activists, 2008.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies | 


OutWrite: “My Life as a Gay Man/Living as a Lesbian”

With Robert Reid-Pharr, March 1995.

Topics: Feminist Media | 


Popular Culture Association: “Constructing Authority”

“Documentary Form and AIDS.” March 1990.

Topics: AIDS |  Feminist Media | 


Queer Conventions, U.C. Riverside

“Inter-racial Desire in The Watermelon Woman,” 1997.

Topics: Feminist Media | 


SCMS: Troubling Transgender Media

Panel Chair, March 2016. Troubling Transgender Media.

Topics: Activist Media |  Documentary |  Feminist Media |  Media Studies |  Queer Media | 


SCMS: Collective Action in 2017

March 2017. Presented on #100hardtruths-#fakenews project.

Topics: Activist Media |  Media Studies |  Works from 2017 | 


SCMS: Feminist and Queer Platform Studies

Workshop Participant, March 2014

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media | 


I’ve Left Documentary Entirely

“I’ve Left Documentary Entirely,” on Fake News Poetry Workshops

Topics: Activist Media |  Fake Documentary |  Works from 2019 | 


SCMS: Media Futures Workshop

2011.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies | 


SCMS: MP:me:

Variant of a Manifesta and Creating Complex Expression of YouTube, 2008.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Documentary | 


SCMS: Queer Mentorship

The Future of LGBTQ Film Studies, 2010.

Topics: Feminist Media | 


SCMS: Storming Wikipedia

FemTechNet’s Distributed Pedagogy to Improve the Digital Cultural Archive; Trans Women’s Media Activism: Digital Interventions and HIV/AIDS. Workshop Participant, March 2015.

Topics: Activist Media |  Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media |  Pedagogy | 


SCMS: Teaching Media Praxis

Integrating Theory, Politics and Practice, March 2007.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Documentary | 


SCMS: Workshop on Sisters In the Life Book Publication

March 2018.

Topics: Feminist Media |  Media Studies |  Queer Media |  Works from 2018 | 


SCMS: “From the Scenes of Drag Queens”

“Todd Haynes, Genre and Queer Love,” 2006.

Topics: AIDS |  Feminist Media | 


SCMS: “Remembering AIDS Video”

Chair and paper, March 2005.

Topics: AIDS | 


SCMS: “The Digital UnDivide”

“Everything is Between Theory and Practice Online,” 2013.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies | 


SCMS: “Unauthorized: An Unofficial Conversation about SCMS and HIV/AIDS”

2013.

Topics: Activist Media |  AIDS |  Media Studies |  Queer Media | 


SCS: “Representing Trauma Responsibly”

May 2002.

Topics: Documentary |  Feminist Media | 


signal/noise: A FemTechNet Conference

Workshop leader, March 2016.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media |  Pedagogy | 


Society for Cinema Studies: “Above and Beyond the New Queer Cinema”

March 1996.

Topics: Feminist Media | 


Society for Cinema Studies: “Bad Girls Video”

“Badder Than Who?” March 1995.

Topics: Feminist Media | 


Society for Cinema Studies: “Queers, Jews, Representation”

Panel chair, March 1998.

Topics: Feminist Media | 


Society for Cinema Studies: “Representing Women’s Health”

“Appropriating Imaging Technologies for Video Activism,” Workshop Organizer, February 1993.

Topics: AIDS |  Feminist Media | 


Society for Cinema Studies: “Seeing Control”

“The Representation of Women’s Sexuality in Mainstream AIDS Documentary.” May 1990.

Topics: AIDS |  Feminist Media | 


Society for Cinema Studies: “Seeing Safer Sex”

“Resistance, Negotiation, Dread,” April 1992.

Topics: AIDS |  Documentary | 


Society for the Scientific Study of Sex, Workshop Leader

“Representing Women’s Sexuality in Sex Education and Sex Therapy Videos.” November 1990.

Topics: AIDS |  Feminist Media | 


SPE Conference on Beauty

“Inter-Racial Beauty in The Watermelon Woman,” 1997.

Topics: Feminist Media | 


SSSS, Feminist Dialogues on Technology

2012.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media | 


Visible Evidence: Teaching Documentary Workshop

Teaching Documentary Workshop. August 2016.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Documentary |  Pedagogy | 


Visible Evidence, Online AIDS Documentary

2011.

Topics: AIDS |  Critical Internet Studies |  Documentary | 


Visible Evidence: An Archive of Process

Women’s Building Video, 2009.

Topics: Documentary |  Feminist Media | 


Visible Evidence: Cutting through the Noise of the Archived Self

December 2014. Presented on “Ev-ent-anglement.”

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media | 


Visible Evidence: First Annual Conference on Documentary

Conference organizer and co-facilitator for screenings, September 1993. Paper presented: “Feminist Camcorder Videos: Second Wave/Third Wave.”

Topics: AIDS |  Curatorial, Editor, Organizer |  Feminist Media | 


Visible Evidence: Institutionalized Lesbian Cinema and its Revolutionary Roots

2010.

Topics: Documentary |  Feminist Media | 


Visible Evidence: “Activist Video, Learning from Feminist Media History”

August 1999.

Topics: Documentary |  Feminist Media | 


Visible Evidence: “Identity, Community and AIDS Video”

August 1994.

Topics: AIDS |  Documentary | 


Visible Evidence: “Making Feminist Film History”

September 1997.

Topics: Feminist Media | 


Visible Evidence: “Media Praxis Repressed!”

“The Consolidation of Cinema Studies” 2005.

Topics: Documentary | 


Visible Evidence: “The Facebook Documentary”

2013.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Documentary | 


Visual Culture: “Militant Research”

April 2014. Presenting on Online Feminist Spaces.

Topics: Activist Media |  Critical Internet Studies |  Pedagogy | 


Western States Communication Assoc: “Video and the Public Sphere”

Moderator, 2002.

Topics: Documentary | 


 

Invited Talks and Presentations (Scholarly)

 

4th Women’s Film Festival in Soeul

Activist Video, 2002.

Topics: AIDS |  Documentary |  Feminist Media | 


AIDS & the Distribution of Crises, with Jih-Fei Cheng and Judy Cisneros

San Diego State University

Topics: 2021-2022: Recent Work |  AIDS |  Archives | 


Aiming for the trees: Random Access Information and the Digital Video Study

For the 13th international symposium, “Gift of Nam June Paik 13,” a discussion about the digital archive of Nam June Paik’s video and its possibilities and limits under the theme of “video digital commons.”

The beginning point of this symposium is Nam June Paik’s essays, “Extended Education for the Paperless Society” (1968) and “Random Access Information”(1980), which inspired us in the first place to imagine a digital video archive. Via an examination of the current attributes of the digital archive―ephemeral, virtual, moving images, etc.―we will reach discussions about what kind of “digital commons” should be achieved through Nam June Paik Art Center digital video archive.

Topics: 2021-2022: Recent Work |  Archives |  COVID-19 |  Critical Internet Studies |  Digital Production |  Film/Video Production |  Highlight |  Media Studies |  Video | 


Amherst College: “Archiving Amherst”

Queer Archive Practices, 2014.

Topics: Archives |  Feminist Media |  Queer Media | 


Amherst College: “Naming Prairie and Making Family”

2002.

Topics: Documentary |  Feminist Media | 


Berlinale: No Future Without a Past

Keynote Address, Women’s Intl. Film Network, 2016.
“Who decides what we will remember tomorrow?”

 

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media |  Highlight | 


Beyond Verification Research Persona Working Group

Digital Methods Summer School

University of Amsterdam, July 2019

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Fake Documentary |  Works from 2019 | 


Black/Feminist/Lesbian/Queer/Trans* Cultural Production

Speaker and co-organizer. This symposium honors the 20th anniversary of Cheryl Dunye’s film, “The Watermelon Woman” (1996). The first feature film directed by and starring a black lesbian, the production of this film marked a watershed moment for black cinema, feminist cinema, lesbian cinema, and new queer cinema. Appearing in the heyday of what filmmaker and scholar Yvonne Welbon has called the “golden age” of black queer cinema, the film garnered widespread critical acclaim, and its success inspired many black lesbians to create their own films in the years following. Her latest release, “Black is Blue” (2014) is a critically acclaimed narrative short film that follows the life of a black transgender man in Oakland, California. Dunye continues to break ground through complex filmic representations of the intersections of race, gender, and sexuality. This symposium is both a moment of celebration and introspection: featuring presentations by scholars who draw on the interdisciplinary fields of feminist, lesbian, queer, and trans* studies in their critical approaches to black cultural production, but who also will engage “the tensions and contradictions that bind these approaches together.”

Topics: Curatorial, Editor, Organizer |  Fake Documentary |  Feminist Media |  Highlight |  Queer Media | 


Boston University: Ulrike Ottinger Symposium

A Critical Symposium, 2009.

Topics: Feminist Media | 


Brown University, Animating Archives

“Publishing Learning from YouTube,” 2009.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Documentary | 


Bryn Mawr College: “Hateful Images”

“Women’s Bodies in the Media,” Oct. and Nov. 1992.

Topics: Feminist Media | 


Bryn Mawr College: “Pleasure and Danger in Women’s Pornography”

March 1993.

Topics: Feminist Media | 


Cal Arts: AIDS and Video

2006.

Topics: AIDS | 


Cal State San Bernadino

“Feminist Film and Video,” November 1995.

Topics: Feminist Media | 


Cal State, San Luis Obispo

Making the Feminist Internet, 2013. Presenting on Online Feminist Spaces.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media |  Pedagogy | 


Carnegie Mellon: Center for Arts in Society

Collaboration in Media Studies, 2010.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Documentary | 


CGU, Learning from YouTube

2011.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media | 


CGU: “20 Short Revelations About Feminist Film and Video History”

April 1998.

Topics: Activist Media |  Feminist Media | 


Claremont Graduate University: Bradshaw Conference

Politics of Culture, 2007.

Topics: Documentary | 


Claremont McKenna College: Mike Kelley’s Mobile Homestead

2014.

Topics: Documentary | 


Colby College, Women’s

Gender and Sexuality Studies, 2012.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media | 


Columbia Seminar, Film and Inter-Disciplinarity

On VHS Archives, September 2018.

Topics: Archives |  Critical Internet Studies |  Media Studies |  Queer Media |  Video |  Works from 2018 | 


Film and Inter-Disciplinarity

Respondent to Vinicius Navarro.

Topics: Documentary |  Works from 2019 | 


Columbia University Film Seminar

Respondent for paper presented by Ella Shohat, March 1993.

Topics: Documentary | 


Columbia University: Sites of Cinema Seminar

April 2017. Present on the #100hardtruths-#fakenews digital media literacy project. Faye Ginsburg respondant.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Fake Documentary |  Highlight |  Pedagogy |  Works from 2017 | 


Concordia HIV/AIDS Project

Featured Distinguished Speaker, 2011.

Topics: AIDS |  Critical Internet Studies |  Highlight | 


Concordia University, Keynote Address

From Fruit Machine to Perils of Pedagogy, Tom Waugh’s Graduation, June 2017.

Topics: Activist Media |  AIDS |  Highlight |  Media Studies |  Queer Media |  Works from 2017 | 


CUNY GC: New Approaches to Narratives of the AIDS Crisis Roundtable

October 2016.

Topics: Activist Media |  AIDS | 


CUNY Grad Center: Affect Bleeds in Feminist Social Networks

September 2016. “Affect Bleeds in Feminist Social Networks.”

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media | 


CUNY Grad Center, CLAGS

AIDS/Art/Work, 2008.

Topics: AIDS |  Documentary | 


CUNY Grad Center, Pinkwashing/Homonationalism

Panel moderator, 2013.

Topics: Activist Media |  Feminist Media |  Queer Media | 


CUNY Grad Center: CUNY DHI 2016

Slide-share, November 2016.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media | 


CUNY, Queens College, Media Studies Colloquia

“#100hardtruths-#fakenews,” October 2017.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Fake Documentary |  Media Studies |  Pedagogy |  Works from 2017 | 


Dartmouth University: Fake News in Perilous Times Panel

April 2017. Presented on #100hardtruths-#fakenews digital media literacy project.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Fake Documentary |  Pedagogy |  Works from 2017 | 


Documentary Across the Disciplines

Grad Center, CUNY, American Studies Program. Panel with fellow Brooklyn College professors.

Topics: Documentary |  Pedagogy |  Works from 2019 | 


Elearn: Invited Speaker, AACE

“Five Lessons of YouTube,” 2008.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies | 


Emerson College Faculty Day: Invited Presentation on Diversity and Pedagogy

With Claudia Rankine, September 2018.

Topics: Pedagogy |  Works from 2018 | 


Fowler Museum, UCLA, Keynote

To Dream and Dance with the Censor: AIDS Video, 2008.

Topics: AIDS |  Documentary |  Highlight | 


Gaede Institute for the Liberal Arts, Keynote

MOOCing the Liberal Arts? 2014. With Liz Losh. On FemTechNet.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media |  Highlight |  Pedagogy | 


“Beyond Story and it’s Aftermath”

Invitational conference, Hong Kong Baptist University

Topics: 2021-2022: Recent Work |  Documentary | 


Hampshire College: Workshop

On activist video, September 1994.

Topics: Documentary | 


Harvard University: Activism, Art and the AIDS Crisis

Remarks, 2009.

Topics: Activist Media |  AIDS |  Documentary | 


Harvard University: Women of Vision

2003.

Topics: Documentary |  Feminist Media | 


Independent Feature Project/West

Independent Financing Conference: April 1997.

Topics: Feminist Media | 


International Alliance of Research Universities, National University of Singapore

FemTechNet and EdTech Horizons, 2014.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media |  Pedagogy | 


Irvine: Keywords

Immunity, 2006.

Topics: Documentary | 


La Guardia Community College, Keynote

News & Research in the Digital Age, May 2017. Presented on the #100hardtruths-#fakenews digital media literacy project.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Fake Documentary |  Highlight |  Pedagogy |  Works from 2017 | 


LACE, Institutions at Risk

Cultural Institutions and the AIDS Crisis, 2008.

Topics: Feminist Media | 


McGill: Affective Encounters Symposium

2015. Presented on “Ev-ent-anglement.”

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media |  Highlight | 


Media Labour, Keynote address

My VHS AIDS Archives: Confessions from the Field of Queer Feminist Media Praxis.

Video and powerpoint of talk available here: https://aljean.wordpress.com/2018/11/17/my-vhs-archives-confessions-from-the-field-of-queer-feminist-media-praxis.

Topics: AIDS |  Archives |  Critical Internet Studies |  Media Studies |  Pedagogy |  Queer Media |  Works from 2018 | 


Mid-West Higher Education Compact Policy Summit

Rise of the MOOCs, 2013.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media |  Highlight |  Pedagogy | 


Middlebury College: Women and Prison

2003.

Topics: Documentary |  Feminist Media | 


My Phone Lies to Me

For DSSN and Media Studies

 

Topics: 2021-2022: Recent Work |  Critical Internet Studies |  Fake Documentary |  Media Studies |  Pedagogy | 


New film and video, Brown University

“Videos on Women and AIDS.” Screening and discussion of AIDS tapes for weekly seminar. April 1989.

Topics: AIDS | 


NITLE Online Seminar: FemTechNet

The First DOCC, a Feminist MOOC, 2012.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Documentary | 


NYU, Art & Public Policy Class

Poetry workshop, #100hardtruths, November 2017.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Pedagogy |  Works from 2017 | 


NYU, Culture and Media at 20 Years

Symposium, 2011.

Topics: Documentary |  Feminist Media | 


NYU, Media, Culture, and Humanities Center: “Autobahn Straight to the Center”

“The Commodification of the New Queer Cinema,” March 1997.

Topics: Feminist Media | 


AIDS activist video as TV

Presentation on AIDS activist video for Television History class.

Topics: Activist Media |  AIDS |  Video |  Works from 2019 | 


NYU: Cinema Studies @50

Featured Graduate, on Fake News Poetry Workshops, April 2018.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Fake Documentary |  Highlight |  Pedagogy |  Works from 2018 | 


NYU: Class Visit to Grad Symposium on Television Studies

April 2018.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media |  Works from 2018 | 


NYU: Culture and Media@30

“Producing Media Worlds” panelist, September 2016.

Topics: Activist Media |  Documentary | 


NYU: InVisible Crisis

Invited Speaker, 2013.

Topics: Activist Media |  Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media | 


NYU: Writing Online

2011.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies | 


OCADU: Toward ThirdTube

Feminist Online Self-Reflexive Critical Pedagogy, 2011

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media | 


Occidental College: AIDS TV

2014. Presenting on AIDS Video.

Topics: Activist Media |  AIDS |  Queer Media |  Video | 


Occidental College: Mellon Digital Scholarship

Speaker’s Series, 2011.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media | 


Ohio University: Feminist Activist Video

2004.

Topics: Documentary |  Feminist Media | 


Pacific Film Archive, F is for Phony

2008.

Topics: Documentary | 


Persistent Vision

“Fever in the Archive,” 2001.

Topics: Activist Media |  AIDS | 


Pittsburgh Gay and Lesbian Film Festival

“Watching Video/Constructing Community.” Panelist on day long symposium concerning Marginality and Film Reception. 1991.

Topics: Feminist Media | 


Pitzer College: Resolutions 3

Video Art Symposium: 2014.

Topics: Documentary |  Feminist Media |  Video | 


Pomona College, Future Learning Technologies Series

2014. Presenting on Learning from YouTube.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Pedagogy | 


Pomona College: Documentary and Sociology Conference

2002.

Topics: Activist Media |  Documentary | 


Princeton University: Forbes College

Digital Media Lab, 2011.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Documentary | 


Princeton University: Gender, Sexuality and Media

Session on my activist queer writing/media; Princeton University, November 2018.

Topics: Activist Media |  Queer Media |  Works from 2018 | 


Queer Graduation, Claremont Colleges

Selected Speaker, 2002.

Topics: Feminist Media | 


Reelife: College of Sante Fe

2002.

Topics: Documentary |  Feminist Media | 


Rutgers University: Memory, Race and the Archive

History Department, 2005.

Topics: AIDS | 


Rutgers, Distinguished Lecture Series

At the Institute for Research on Women, 2011.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media |  Highlight | 


Rutgers, Keynote Address

Feminist Digital Pedagogies Conference, 2014. With Anne Balsamo. On FemTechNet.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media |  Highlight |  Pedagogy | 


Saint Lawrence University, Keynote

Digital Humanities, 2013. Presenting on Online Feminist Spaces.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media |  Highlight |  Pedagogy | 


Scripps College Humanities Institute Series

“Social Media/Social Change,” 2012.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Documentary | 


Scripps College: Scripps Presents

In conversation with Anita Sarkeesian, 2016.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media |  Interviews | 


Scripps Humanities Institute: F is for Phony

2005.

Topics: Documentary | 


Smith College, Keynote with Anne Balsamo

Mediating Public Spheres, 2013. Presenting on FemTechNet.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media |  Highlight |  Pedagogy | 


Smith College: Social Justice and Documentary

2012.

Topics: Documentary |  Feminist Media | 


Society for Cinema Studies: Chair for panel, “Representing AIDS Culture”

Talk presented: “Women of the AIDS Culture Represent Themselves.” May 1991.

Topics: AIDS | 


Swarthmore, Haverford, Bryn Mawr

Keynote, Re: Humanities 12, 2012. On Learning from YouTube.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Highlight |  Pedagogy |  Video | 


Temple Communications Dept. Colloquium

“Video Art and Activism,” April 1993.

Topics: AIDS | 


Temple University: MFA Colloquium

Presentation on feminist and AIDS video, May 1994.

Topics: AIDS |  Documentary | 


The Freedom to Develop What Is Necessary

Panel conversation on Alanis Obomsawin

With Alexandra Juhasz, Dolleen Tisawii’ashii Manning, Krista Belle Stewart and Richard William Hill, moderated by Richard Fung at HKW, Berlin.

Topics: 2021-2022: Recent Work |  Activist Media |  Documentary |  Feminist Media | 


The Humanities Institute, NYU

“The Reception of Culturally Specific Work by Cultural Outsiders.” November 1990.

Topics: Documentary | 


Trenton State University: “AIDS TV”

“Women and Video,” February 1994.

Topics: AIDS | 


UC Berkeley: How Technology Impacts Pedagogy

Online Summit, 2014. Presenting on FemTechNet.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media |  Pedagogy | 


UC Berkeley: Women, Poverty and Globalization Series

Revolt on YouTube, 2010.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media | 


UC Irvine, Composing ThirdTube

2011.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media | 


UC Riverside, Conversations in New Media

2012.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies | 


UC Riverside: AIDS, Memory and Activism

2008.

Topics: AIDS | 


UC Riverside: Sexualities and Knowledges

Featured speaker, 2002.

Topics: Activist Media |  Feminist Media | 


UC Riverside: The Corpus of Corpus

2010.

Topics: AIDS | 


UCLA Center for the Study of Women, Thinking Gender

Panel moderator, 2013.

Topics: Feminist Media | 


UCLA, Make Art/Stop AIDS

2004.

Topics: AIDS | 


UCLA: Cinema and Media Studies Program

Graduate Colloquium, 2012.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Documentary | 


UCLA: Out of the Closet, Into the Vaults

Symposium, 2006.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies | 


UCLA: “AIDS TV”

Symposium on media and activism, Film Studies, March 1996.

Topics: AIDS | 


UCSB: Keynote Speaker

Looking Beyond the Written Word, “Media Praxis,” 2005.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Documentary |  Highlight | 


UCSD: Youth Media, Sensory Ability, and Visual Culture

Learning from Fred, 2010.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Documentary | 


University of Arizona: Dis-Orienting AIDS Discourse Symposium

2015. “Being at Home with HIV.”

Topics: Activist Media |  AIDS |  Queer Media |  Video | 


University of Edinburgh: Theorising Technology in Digital Higher Education

2014. Presenting on FemTechNet DOCC.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media |  Pedagogy | 


University of Iowa: Keynote address, Avant-Doc

Intersections of the Avant-Garde and Documentary, “Irony is Ubiquitous,” 2009.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Documentary | 


University of Michigan: Contemporary Feminist Video Strategies Symposium

2015. Presented on “Ev-ent’anglement.”

Topics: Documentary |  Feminist Media |  Highlight | 


University of Michigan: Digital Feminist Pedagogy

Workshop facilitator, 2014. For FemTechNet.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media |  Pedagogy | 


University of Oregon, Fembot Unconference

Invited Participant, 2013.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media | 


University of Oregon: Screening and Faculty Seminar

Black Male Sexuality, 2007.

Topics: Feminist Media | 


University of Rochester: “AIDS, Feminist History and Black Lesbian Film”

October 1998.

Topics: Activist Media |  AIDS |  Feminist Media | 


University of Sussex, Keynote

Feminist, Queer and Social Media Practice, 2013. On Online Feminist Spaces.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media |  Highlight |  Pedagogy | 


University of Sussex: Fake News Poetry Writing Workshop

With Sam Soloman, March 2018.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Fake Documentary |  Pedagogy |  Works from 2018 | 


University of Toronto: YouTube or ThirdTube

“Democracy,” and the Digital Divide, 2011

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media | 


University of Wyoming

“Trauma and Video,” 2001.

Topics: Activist Media |  Feminist Media | 


USC Vectors Summer Digital Humanities Institute

Writing Online, 2011.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media | 


USC: Activism and Digital Media class presentation

November 2016. On #100hardtruths-#fakenews digital media literacy project.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Fake Documentary |  Pedagogy | 


USC: Dept. of American Studies & Ethnicity

“Ending AIDS,” 2015.

Topics: Activist Media |  AIDS |  Video | 


USC: DIY Summit, The State of the Art

Learning from YouTube, 2008.

Topics: Activist Media |  Critical Internet Studies |  Documentary | 


USC: Graduate Course on Video

With Professor Michael Renov; Summer 1997.

Topics: Activist Media |  Feminist Media | 


USC: Media Arts & Practice Forum

2014.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Documentary | 


USC: Vectors, Summer Humanities Institute

“Publishing Learning from YouTube,” 2010.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media | 


USC: “Making Alternative Film”

“The Watermelon Woman,” September 1998.

Topics: Activist Media |  AIDS |  Documentary | 


USC: “Out of Bounds: Minorities in Film”

The Watermelon Woman, 1997.

Topics: Feminist Media | 


USCS: New Trends in Media Studies Speaker’s Series

“Publishing Learning from YouTube,” 2009.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Documentary | 


Utrecht University: To Perform a Theory of Feminist Digital Praxis

Summer 2014. Presenting on Ev-Ent-anglement.

Topics: Archives |  Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media |  Highlight | 


Wainhouse Research EDU Virtual Summit

Technology on Campus, 2013. On FemTechNet.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media |  Pedagogy | 


Who decides what we will remember tomorrow?

NO FUTURE WITHOUT THE PAST
Who decides today what we will remember tomorrow? Panel discussion on Feminism, Diversity & Film Archives on occasion of the Berlinale 2016.

 

Topics: Feminist Media |  Queer Media | 


Women in View: Sex, Money, Media

Keynote Speaker, Simon Fraser University, 2010.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media | 


Women’s Studies Film Festival, Oakland University

Featured speaker, Fall 1997.

Topics: Activist Media |  Feminist Media | 


Yale University, Women, Gender, Sexuality Studies

Lecture Series, 2012.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media | 


“Makers as Users Conference”

Speaker on panel concerning activist media production, Hunter College. November 1990.

Topics: AIDS |  Documentary | 


“Videos and Films by Women”

Hunter College, Department of Art. June 1990.

Topics: Feminist Media | 


 

Public Speaking/Screenings (Art, Film, Video, Activism)

 

After Marriage Book Series Event

Panelist, CLAGS, CUNY Grad Center.

Topics: AIDS |  Archives |  Queer Media |  Works from 2019 | 


AIDS Is/AIDS Ain’t with the WWHIVDD? Collective

Red Stage, The People’s Platform, Astor Place

Topics: 2021-2022: Recent Work |  AIDS |  COVID-19 | 


AIDS Video Activism: Women and Incarceration

A video program for Metanoia

Programmed with Katherine Cheairs.

The NY Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center

Topics: Activist Media |  AIDS |  Archives |  Video |  Works from 2019 | 


AIDS Video Activism: Women and Incarceration

Metanoia LA public programming

Topics: 2021-2022: Recent Work |  Activist Media |  AIDS |  Archives |  Queer Media |  Video | 


Artist Talk with Natalie Bookchin

LACE, 2012.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media | 


BAM, The Watermelon Woman and Imitation of Life

The Watermelon Woman and Imitation of Life, May 2018.

Topics: Feminist Media |  Queer Media |  Works from 2018 | 


BFI at Home: The Watermelon Woman Q&A

Cheryl Dunye and Alexandra Juhasz join Programmer and Curator Tara Brown to discuss their inventive and funny romance The Watermelon Woman, and reflect on the film’s sexual expression.

Topics: 2021-2022: Recent Work |  Fake Documentary |  Feminist Media |  Film/Video Production |  Highlight |  Interviews |  Queer Media | 


Brooklyn Bazaar, Fluid 0

In conversation with Shu Lea Cheang after films screening, March 2018. A fundraiser for MIX.

Topics: AIDS |  Feminist Media |  Interviews |  Queer Media |  Works from 2018 | 


Brooklyn College Teach-In Against Trump

61 Local Bar, February 2017. On feminist pedagogy against Trump.

Topics: Activist Media |  Feminist Media |  Pedagogy |  Works from 2017 | 


Brooklyn Museum, Year of Yes Advisory Dinner

March 2017.

Topics: Feminist Media |  Works from 2017 | 


Cartographies of Erasure: A #100hardtruths-#fakenews Poetry Workshop

Lynne DeSilva-Johnson, Occidental College, May 2018.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Fake Documentary |  Pedagogy |  Works from 2018 | 


Character Limit

Union Docs, Program Moderator. How and why practices subvert the formal and political logics of character-driven storytelling. One response to “Beyond Story.”

Topics:


Collecting and Curating for Change

Walk through and panel for Metanoia

Topics: 2021-2022: Recent Work |  Activist Media |  AIDS |  Archives |  Curatorial, Editor, Organizer | 


CUNY Grad Center: Dialogue with Natalie Bookchin

Digital Poverty, 2013.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media |  Interviews | 


Algorithms as Pets and Politicians

Fake News Poetry Video Workshop with Orr Meniron and Kyle Booten at Dartmouth College Digital Humanities and Social Engagement Center.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Curatorial, Editor, Organizer |  Fake Documentary |  Works from 2019 | 


Contested Data Academic Workshop

Respondent

Topics: 2021-2022: Recent Work |  Critical Internet Studies |  Media Studies | 


Decolonizing the Imagination, Moderator

Brooklyn College, Hess Scholar, Jose David Saldivar in conversation with poets and writers. March 2019.

Topics: Works from 2019 | 


Devil’s Dyke Network, Brighton UK

Fake News Poetry Writing Workshop, March 2018.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Fake Documentary |  Feminist Media |  Pedagogy |  Works from 2018 | 


Electronic Arts Intermix, Home Video

Media Response to HIV, July 2017. Screen We Care.

Topics: AIDS |  Highlight |  Queer Media |  Works from 2017 | 


Excavating Feminist Film Histories: Early Productions from Women Make Movies

NYU, Cinema Studies Department, panelist.

Topics: Feminist Media |  Works from 2019 | 


Fake News and Performative Writing Poetry Workshop

NYU Performance Studies Department with Barbara Browning.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Curatorial, Editor, Organizer |  Fake Documentary |  Pedagogy |  Works from 2019 | 


Fake News Poetry Workshop, Poets of Course

The eleventh Fake News Poetry Workshop occurred on October 2, 2018, in Manhattan NY, led by Cathy James working with ten or more poets in the group “Poets of Course” (formerly Poets of Corsi).

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Curatorial, Editor, Organizer |  Fake Documentary |  Pedagogy |  Works from 2018 | 


Fake News Video-Poetry Workshop, New Haven

The second Fake News Video-Poetry Workshop occurred on November 3, 2018, in New Haven.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Curatorial, Editor, Organizer |  Fake Documentary |  Pedagogy |  Works from 2018 | 


Feminist Film Week, Anthology Film Archives

Q & A, The Owls, Watermelon Woman, and Filmmakers panel, March 2018.

Topics: Feminist Media |  Highlight |  Interviews |  Queer Media |  Works from 2018 | 


Fire in the Library, Conversations on the Future

Organized by Eugenia Butler, 2004

Topics: Activist Media |  Feminist Media | 


Forget Burial Book Launch

Marty Fink and Alex Juhasz in intergenerational conversation about the ongoing legacy of HIV caregiving, celebrating the launch of Forget Burial: HIV Kinship, Disability, and Queer/Trans Narratives of Care.

Queer and trans people in the 1980s and early ‘90s were dying of AIDS and the government failed to care. Lovers, strangers, artists, and community activists came together to take care of each other in the face of state violence. This book uncovers how early HIV care-giving narratives actually shape how we continue to understand our genders and our disabilities today.

Purchase Forget Burial: HIV Kinship, Disability, and Queer/Trans Narratives of Care (paperback, $29.95) from the Bureau of General Service Queer Division’s online store: https://tinyurl.com/287j6bx6

Topics: 2021-2022: Recent Work |  AIDS |  Interviews |  Media Studies |  Queer Media | 


Get Lit, fake news poetry workshop

LA, March 2018.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Fake Documentary |  Pedagogy |  Works from 2018 | 


Getty Museum, Diversions and Diversity

New Publics in Los Angeles, 2011.

Topics: Feminist Media | 


Advance Screening: Native Son, panel moderator

Advance Screening: Native Son for CUNY. Moderator.

Topics: Interviews |  Works from 2019 | 


Guggenheim Museum: “Fever in the Archive”

AIDS Activist Video Retrospective, 2000.

Topics: Activist Media |  AIDS | 


Independent Film Project Week: What’s Now

How Do We ReFrame the Conversation on Gender and Intersectionality; featured speaker, September 2018.

Topics: Feminist Media |  Pedagogy |  Works from 2018 | 


La Mama, La Galleria: Everyday

Everyday Curator’s Walk-through, December 2016.

Everyday explores the AIDS crisis (historically and currently) through the lens of artwork that looks at and evidences daily experiences and practices in response to HIV/AIDS. Everyday is co-presented with Visual AIDS, a contemporary arts organization that utilizes art to fight AIDS by provoking dialogue, supporting HIV+ artists, and preserving a legacy, because AIDS is not over.

Topics: AIDS |  Curatorial, Editor, Organizer | 


LACE, Fire in the Belly

Roundtable on Censorship, 2010

Topics: Activist Media |  Feminist Media | 


LaGuardia Community College, 3 Fake News Poetry Workshops

With Lisa Cohen, April 2018. Supported by Poets & Writers Grant.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Fake Documentary |  Pedagogy |  Works from 2018 | 


Live Arts NYC: WAVE & What Would an HIV Doula Do?

Live Ideas Festival, March 2017. Screen We Care.

Topics: Activist Media |  AIDS |  Video |  Works from 2017 | 


Long COVID: We Are Here! Walk through

Relational Space (https://www.Relational-Space.org) presents – ‘Long COVID: We Are Here!’ a fearless exploration into the COVID-19 Long-hauler experience.

This video (made with support from NYFA/CAC grant) features:

1- A virtual walk-through of the groundbreaking, immersive VR Arts + Science exhibition ‘Long COVID: We Are Here!’

2- An insightful discussion between the exhibition participants and a panel of Medical experts who are researching and treating patients with Long COVID and ME/CFS.

3- This event is closed with the world premiere of a choreographed piece by Rhapsody James – choreographer, dancer, creative director, and actress – entitled: Long COVID Battle

 

Topics: 2021-2022: Recent Work |  Interviews | 


Los Angeles Film Forum

Screening of video from the Woman’s Building, 2011.

Topics: Feminist Media | 


Manifesto: A Moderate Proposal

Art Exhibition, Pitzer College Art Galleries, #100hardtruths-#fakenews Companion, January 2018.

Topics: Curatorial, Editor, Organizer |  Digital Production |  Fake Documentary |  Works from 2018 | 


Martha Wilson, Otis Public Practice Program

Panel moderator, 2013.

Topics: Feminist Media | 


Metanoia AIDS Video Activism

PLASMA, University of Buffalo, with Katherine Cheairs, March 2020.

Topics: 2021-2022: Recent Work |  Activist Media |  AIDS |  Archives |  Curatorial, Editor, Organizer |  Feminist Media |  Queer Media | 


MOCA Grand Avenue, LA

Day With(out) Art Screening and Panel, 2014.

Topics: Activist Media |  AIDS |  Video | 


Museum of the City of NY, AIDS at Home

AIDS at Home: Art and Everyday Activism examines how artists and activists have expanded the idea of caretaking and family and navigated the political stakes of domestic life in the face of the HIV/AIDS crisis, from the early 1980s to the present. From the earliest diagnoses, the HIV/AIDS epidemic has spurred New Yorkers to create new forms of social support, identify new legal battles, and explore new artistic terrain. The exhibition places paintings, photography, and film alongside archival objects from activist groups and support programs to uncover the private stories of HIV and AIDS and reconsider caretaking, community building, and making art as acts of resistance.

“We Care” (1990) included in show, 2017.

Topics: Activist Media |  AIDS |  Highlight |  Video |  Works from 2017 | 


New Museum, Brooklyn Museum, Studio Museum of Harlem: Compulsive Practice

For the 2016 Day With(out) Art, Visual AIDS presents COMPULSIVE PRACTICE, a video compilation of compulsive, daily, and habitual practices by nine artists and activists who live with their cameras as one way to manage, reflect upon, and change how they are deeply affected by HIV/AIDS. This hour-long video program will be distributed internationally to museums, art institutions, schools and AIDS organizations.

Compulsive Practice, December 2016. Screened at these venues, and many more, for Day With (out) Art, 2017.

Topics: Activist Media |  AIDS |  Curatorial, Editor, Organizer |  Documentary |  Highlight |  Queer Media |  Video | 


Occidental College, Fake News and Digital Humanities

Residency and talk, March 2018.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Fake Documentary |  Pedagogy |  Works from 2018 | 


Otis College, Doin’ it in Public

Curator’s walk-through, 2011.

Topics: Feminist Media | 


Outfest: “Lesbianism, Feminism, Film: Where are We Now?”

Panel moderator, 1999.

Topics: Activist Media |  Feminist Media | 


Outfest: “Violence in Queer Cinema”

July 1998.

Topics: Activist Media |  Feminist Media | 


Palm Springs Art Museum

Day Without Art, Video Remains and Memorials, 2012.

Topics: AIDS | 


Fake News Poetry Workshops

Margaret Rhee’s Harvard University class presentation about Fake News Poetry Workshops with Chet’la Sebree.

Topics: Fake Documentary |  Interviews |  Pedagogy |  Works from 2019 | 


Q&A with Devon Narine-Singh

Q&A with Devon Narine-Singh

Topics: 2021-2022: Recent Work |  Interviews | 


Race in the Media: A Poetry Workshop

Margaret Rhee and Chet’la Sebree, NY, May 2018. Supported by Poets & Writers Grant.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media |  Pedagogy |  Queer Media |  Works from 2018 | 


Radical Film Network

Chair for Keynote Presentation by Chuck Kleinhans, May 2017.

Topics: Activist Media |  Works from 2017 | 


Recess, NYC: FONI lab on fake news

Organized by Adam Lambert, March 2017. Presented on #100hardtruths-#fakenews digital media literacy project.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Fake Documentary |  Pedagogy |  Works from 2017 | 


Reframing the Crisis with Diana Ocholla

Doing Things with Stories Narrative Change Residents Alexandra Juhasz and Diana Ocholla deep-dive into how they approach crisis and stories, and invite you to exercise narrative change in five short video episodes. We live with and within crises. We tell stories of crises, and in crises, to make sense of what is happening around us. While crises alienate, stories connect. As scarce resources lead to a withdrawal into the individual, stories bring us back into the collective. Even as crises create a false sense of competition, making different groups battle for the limited opportunities, stories foster a sense of community, bringing us together to see how the problems that we face are shared and collective.

Topics: 2021-2022: Recent Work |  AIDS |  COVID-19 |  Interviews |  Pedagogy | 


San Francisco Camerawork

“Representing AIDS in a New Decade,” June 1998.

Topics: Activist Media |  AIDS | 


Similarities and Disparities of the COVID-19 pandemic and the HIV/AIDS epidemic

Berlinale Teddy Talk with John Greyson, Wieland Speck, and host, Zsombor Bobák

 

Topics: 2021-2022: Recent Work |  Activist Media |  AIDS |  COVID-19 |  Queer Media | 


Smith College: Outfest on the Road

Filmmakers panel, September 2016. Screened The Watermelon Woman.

Topics: Fake Documentary |  Feminist Media |  Queer Media | 


Supper Club Dinner on AIDS

8th Floor Gallery, hosted by Sur Rodney Sur and Elia Alba; invited participant, August 2017.

Topics: Activist Media |  AIDS |  Works from 2017 | 


The Ashes on the Lawn Download

A global pandemic. An afflicted, angry group. A seemingly indifferent government. Reporter Tracie Hunte wanted to understand this moment of pain and confusion by looking back 30 years, and she found a complicated answer to a simple question: When nothing seems to work, how do you make change?

This episode was reported by Tracie Hunte, and produced by Annie McEwen and Tobin Low. Fact-checking by Diane Kelly. 

Topics: 2021-2022: Recent Work |  Activist Media |  AIDS |  COVID-19 |  Interviews | 


The Blurring of Narrative and Documentary Filmmaking in Agnes Varda’s ‘Faces Places'

4-part video essay for H8URS: Video Essays with Real Filmmakers and Professors.

Topics: 2021-2022: Recent Work |  Documentary |  Fake Documentary |  Feminist Media |  Highlight |  Interviews |  Media Studies |  Pedagogy |  Reviews and Journalistic Writing | 


The Broad, LA: “We Care”

Home Video: Media Art and AIDS, December 2017. Screening of We Care. Presented by Electronic Arts Intermix.

Topics: Activist Media |  AIDS |  Highlight |  Video |  Works from 2017 | 


The East New York Film Festival

Guest speaker, August 2017.

Topics: Activist Media |  Video |  Works from 2017 | 


The National Gallery of Art, Avant-Garde to Underground

Outliers and American Vanguard Art, April 2018. Screening of The Watermelon Woman.

Topics: Fake Documentary |  Feminist Media |  Highlight |  Queer Media |  Works from 2018 | 


Tribute to Jump Cut #1

Columbia University, “DiAna’s Hair Ego Remix.”

Topics: Activist Media |  AIDS |  Documentary |  Queer Media |  Works from 2018 | 


UCLA Film Archive

Moderator for screening of United in Anger, 2013.

Topics: Activist Media |  AIDS |  Queer Media | 


UCLA, Feminist Art and Pacific Standard Time

2011.

Topics: Feminist Media | 


UCLA: The Watermelon Woman

Lesbian film class, Women’s Studies, April 1996.

Topics: Activist Media |  Feminist Media | 


Union Docs, Past Present Future

The Ongoing AIDS Epidemic in Four Documents, January 2018. Screening of We Care.

Topics: AIDS |  Documentary |  Queer Media |  Video |  Works from 2018 | 


Union Docs: Ocean of Lies

Propaganda, Deception and Fake News Panel, May 2017. Present on #100hardtruths-#fakenews digital media literacy project.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Fake Documentary |  Pedagogy |  Works from 2017 | 


Union Docs: Workshop on Feminist Film

September 2018.

Topics: Activist Media |  Feminist Media |  Queer Media |  Works from 2018 | 


UnionDocs, Brooklyn

Moderator, film screening, Deep Run. October 2016.

Topics: Documentary | 


University of Rochester Screening Series

New Works By Women, 1991

Topics: Activist Media |  AIDS |  Feminist Media | 


Nothing is Unwatchable for All

NYU Art Department.

Topics: Critical Internet Studies |  Fake Documentary |  Works from 2019 | 


Upside Film Festival

How does queer + black film transform viewers, February 2018. Screening of The Watermelon Woman

Topics: Feminist Media |  Queer Media |  Works from 2018 | 


USC: Screening and Discussion

The Watermelon Woman, December 1996

Topics: Activist Media |  Feminist Media | 


Video Revival, Brooklyn

How Do We Take Care? Video screening with What Would an HIV Doula Do? Collective and WAVE, May 2017. Screen We Care.

Topics: Activist Media |  AIDS |  Queer Media |  Video |  Works from 2017 | 


On Curating EVERYDAY with Jean Carlomusto and Hugh Ryan

With over 40 contributors from around the world, this issue of the On Curating journal wrestles with “forgetting”, “seeing”, “collecting” and “making” AIDS related culture in the 21st century, and the growing impulse to historize aspects of early responses to the crisis. Through academic essays, conversations, visual projects, reprints and personal reflections, a reader will be exposed to ideas, theories, images, and advice from artists, academics, activists, curators, writers and others around the ethics and practices of curating AIDS-related culture within the ongoing epidemic. At this event, NYC based contributors will share their work, and engage in conversation with each other and guests.

Topics: AIDS |  Curatorial, Editor, Organizer |  Works from 2019 | 


Whitney Museum, Visual Arts and the AIDS Epidemic Symposium

This symposium develops out of an oral history project of the same name undertaken by the Smithsonian’s Archives of American Art, focusing on memories of the AIDS crisis in the 1980s and ’90s and features conversations with artists, activists, and oral historians. July 2018.

Topics: AIDS |  Archives |  Highlight |  Interviews |  Works from 2018 | 


 

Academic Awards and Honors

 

Artist’s Grants and Fellowships

 

Selected Video Exhibitions and Screenings

 

Feature Film: Producer

 
The Watermelon Woman 20th Year Re-Master and Re-Release photo

The Watermelon Woman 20th Year Re-Master and Re-Release

Produced in 2016
Length: 66 minutes
Distributed by First Run Features.
View it here: http://firstrunfeatures.com/watermelonwomandvd.html
Genre: Feature Film 
Topics: Archives |  Fake Documentary |  Feminist Media |  Film/Video Production |  Highlight | 
 

The OWLS photo

The OWLS

Produced in 2010
Length: 66 minutes
First Run Features. Digital video
View it here: http://firstrunfeatures.com/owlsdvd.html
Genre: Feature Film 
Topics: Curatorial, Editor, Organizer |  Fake Documentary |  Feminist Media |  Film/Video Production |  Queer Media | 
 

The Watermelon Woman photo

The Watermelon Woman

Produced in 1995
Length: 90 minutes
First Run Features. 16mm
View it here: https://thewatermelonwoman.com/
Genre: Feature Film 
Topics: Curatorial, Editor, Organizer |  Fake Documentary |  Feminist Media |  Film/Video Production |  Queer Media | 
 

 

Short Film: Producer

 
DiAna’s Hair Ego REMIX photo

DiAna’s Hair Ego REMIX

Produced in 2017
Length: 8 minutes
Commissioned for Day With(Out)Art 2017, Visual AIDS.
View it here: https://vimeo.com/245608251
Genre: Short Film 
Topics: AIDS |  Documentary |  Feminist Media |  Film/Video Production |  Highlight |  Works from 2017 | 
 

Here Are Your Orders photo

Here Are Your Orders

Produced in 2006
Length: 15 minutes
Digital video
View it here: http://alexandrajuhasz.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/bush.mp4
Genre: Documentary  Short Film 
Topics: Activist Media |  Documentary |  Film/Video Production | 
 

RELEASED: 5 Short Videos about Women and Prison photo

RELEASED: 5 Short Videos about Women and Prison

Produced in 2001
Length: 27:30 minutes
Digital Video
View it here: https://youtu.be/e8awEAqb3zI (select shorts) and complete series https://vimeo.com/user6708260 (ask for private link)
Genre: Documentary  Short Film 
Topics: Activist Media |  Curatorial, Editor, Organizer |  Documentary |  Feminist Media |  Film/Video Production | 
 

Naming Prairie photo

Naming Prairie

Produced in 2001
Length: 6:30 minutes
Digital Beta
View it here: https://vimeo.com/504843102
Genre: Documentary  Short Film 
Topics: Documentary |  Feminist Media |  Film/Video Production |  Highlight |  Queer Media | 
 

Bad Bosses Go To Hell

Produced in 1997
Length: 7 minutes
Killer Films. 16mm
View it here: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0240362/
Genre: Short Film 
Topics: Curatorial, Editor, Organizer |  Feminist Media |  Film/Video Production | 
 

Safer and Sexier: A College Student’s Guide to Safer Sex photo

Safer and Sexier: A College Student’s Guide to Safer Sex

Produced in May 1993
Length: 18 Minutes

Genre: Documentary  Short Film 
Topics: AIDS |  Curatorial, Editor, Organizer |  Documentary |  Film/Video Production | 
 

Little Questions/Big Questions: The Case For Family Life Education

Produced in September 1992
Length: 27 Minutes
Produced by the New Jersey Network for Family Life Education.
Genre: Documentary  Short Film 
Topics: Documentary |  Feminist Media |  Film/Video Production | 
 

Excited, Angry, Active, Vocal: Women Out Loud

Produced in May 1992
Length: 30 minutes

Genre: Documentary  Short Film 
Topics: Documentary |  Feminist Media |  Film/Video Production | 
 

Bodies, Birth And Babies: Teaching Healthy Foundations

Produced in April 1992
Length: 15 minutes
Produced by Planned Parenthood, Bergen County, NJ.
Genre: Documentary  Short Film 
Topics: Documentary |  Feminist Media |  Film/Video Production | 
 

WE CARE: A Video for Careproviders of People Affected by AIDS  and A WAVE Taster photo

WE CARE: A Video for Careproviders of People Affected by AIDS and A WAVE Taster

Produced in August 1990
Length: 32 minutes each
Produced by The Women's AIDS Video Enterprise.
View it here: https://vimeo.com/265270073 and https://vimeo.com/379071256
Genre: Documentary  Short Film 
Topics: Activist Media |  AIDS |  Curatorial, Editor, Organizer |  Documentary |  Feminist Media |  Film/Video Production | 
 

Self Protection: Teen Mothers Expand Their Options photo

Self Protection: Teen Mothers Expand Their Options

Produced in June 1989
Length: 10 minutes
Produced for The Expanding Options for Teen Mothers Program.
View it here: https://archive.org/details/Juhasz_003-Resync-170712
Genre: Documentary  Short Film 
Topics: Activist Media |  AIDS |  Documentary |  Film/Video Production |  Pedagogy | 
 

A Test for the Nation: Women, Children, Families, AIDS photo

A Test for the Nation: Women, Children, Families, AIDS

Produced in February 1989
Length: 28 minutes
Produced for G.M.H.C.’s “Living With AIDS” cable show.
Genre: Documentary  Short Film 
Topics: AIDS |  Documentary |  Feminist Media |  Film/Video Production | 
 

Another Documentary About the Lower East Side photo

Another Documentary About the Lower East Side

Produced in January 1988
Length: 18 minutes
Funded by Global Village, Artist-In-Residence Grant.
View it here: https://vimeo.com/270387713
Genre: Documentary  Short Film 
Topics: Documentary |  Fake Documentary |  Feminist Media |  Film/Video Production | 
 

 

Documentary Video Production

 
We Need Gentle Truths for Now Podcast photo

We Need Gentle Truths for Now Podcast

Produced in 2020
Length: 18 episodes

View it here: https://shows.acast.com/we-need-gentle-truths-for-now
Genre: Documentary 
Topics: 2021-2022: Recent Work |  Activist Media |  COVID-19 |  Critical Internet Studies |  Curatorial, Editor, Organizer |  Digital Production |  Documentary |  Fake Documentary |  Film/Video Production |  Highlight |  Interviews |  Media Studies |  Pedagogy | 
 

COMPULSIVE PRACTICE photo

COMPULSIVE PRACTICE

Produced in 2016
Length: 60 mins
http://visualaids.org/events/detail/day-without-art-2016-compulsive-practice
View it here: http://visualaids.org/events/detail/day-without-art-2016-compulsive-practice
Genre: Documentary  Video 
Topics: Activist Media |  AIDS |  Archives |  Queer Media | 
 

SCALE: Measuring Might in the Media Age photo

SCALE: Measuring Might in the Media Age

Produced in 2007
Length: 60 minutes
Digital video. Director/Editor/Sound and Picture.
View it here: https://vimeo.com/user6708260 (email director for private link)
Genre: Documentary  Feature Film 
Topics: Activist Media |  Documentary |  Film/Video Production | 
 

Here Are Your Orders photo

Here Are Your Orders

Produced in 2006
Length: 15 minutes
Digital video
View it here: http://alexandrajuhasz.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/bush.mp4
Genre: Documentary  Short Film 
Topics: Activist Media |  Documentary |  Film/Video Production | 
 

Video Remains photo

Video Remains

Produced in 2005
Length: 54 minutes
Digital video
View it here: https://www.amazon.com/Video-Remains-James-Robert-Lamb/dp/B07CGNWSH8
Genre: Documentary  Feature Film 
Topics: AIDS |  Documentary |  Film/Video Production |  Highlight |  Queer Media | 
 

Dear Gabe photo

Dear Gabe

Produced in 2003
Length: 50 minutes
Digital video
View it here: https://vimeo.com/504833975
Genre: Documentary  Feature Film 
Topics: Documentary |  Feminist Media |  Film/Video Production |  Highlight |  Queer Media | 
 

RELEASED: 5 Short Videos about Women and Prison photo

RELEASED: 5 Short Videos about Women and Prison

Produced in 2001
Length: 27:30 minutes
Digital Video
View it here: https://youtu.be/e8awEAqb3zI (select shorts) and complete series https://vimeo.com/user6708260 (ask for private link)
Genre: Documentary  Short Film 
Topics: Activist Media |  Curatorial, Editor, Organizer |  Documentary |  Feminist Media |  Film/Video Production | 
 

Naming Prairie photo

Naming Prairie

Produced in 2001
Length: 6:30 minutes
Digital Beta
View it here: https://vimeo.com/504843102
Genre: Documentary  Short Film 
Topics: Documentary |  Feminist Media |  Film/Video Production |  Highlight |  Queer Media | 
 

Women of Vision: 18 Histories in Feminist Film and Video photo

Women of Vision: 18 Histories in Feminist Film and Video

Produced in 1998
Length: 82:40
3 part television documentary series. BETA SP.
View it here: https://vimeo.com/504843271
Genre: Documentary  Feature Film 
Topics: Documentary |  Feminist Media |  Film/Video Production |  Interviews | 
 

Safer and Sexier: A College Student’s Guide to Safer Sex photo

Safer and Sexier: A College Student’s Guide to Safer Sex

Produced in May 1993
Length: 18 Minutes

Genre: Documentary  Short Film 
Topics: AIDS |  Curatorial, Editor, Organizer |  Documentary |  Film/Video Production | 
 

Little Questions/Big Questions: The Case For Family Life Education

Produced in September 1992
Length: 27 Minutes
Produced by the New Jersey Network for Family Life Education.
Genre: Documentary  Short Film 
Topics: Documentary |  Feminist Media |  Film/Video Production | 
 

Excited, Angry, Active, Vocal: Women Out Loud

Produced in May 1992
Length: 30 minutes

Genre: Documentary  Short Film 
Topics: Documentary |  Feminist Media |  Film/Video Production | 
 

Bodies, Birth And Babies: Teaching Healthy Foundations

Produced in April 1992
Length: 15 minutes
Produced by Planned Parenthood, Bergen County, NJ.
Genre: Documentary  Short Film 
Topics: Documentary |  Feminist Media |  Film/Video Production | 
 

WE CARE: A Video for Careproviders of People Affected by AIDS  and A WAVE Taster photo

WE CARE: A Video for Careproviders of People Affected by AIDS and A WAVE Taster

Produced in August 1990
Length: 32 minutes each
Produced by The Women's AIDS Video Enterprise.
View it here: https://vimeo.com/265270073 and https://vimeo.com/379071256
Genre: Documentary  Short Film 
Topics: Activist Media |  AIDS |  Curatorial, Editor, Organizer |  Documentary |  Feminist Media |  Film/Video Production | 
 

Talking About It: Five New Jersey Family Life Educators Share Strategies

Produced in May 1990
Length: 45 minutes
Sponsored by The N.J. Network for Family Life Education.
Genre: Documentary 
Topics: Documentary |  Feminist Media |  Film/Video Production | 
 

Self Protection: Teen Mothers Expand Their Options photo

Self Protection: Teen Mothers Expand Their Options

Produced in June 1989
Length: 10 minutes
Produced for The Expanding Options for Teen Mothers Program.
View it here: https://archive.org/details/Juhasz_003-Resync-170712
Genre: Documentary  Short Film 
Topics: Activist Media |  AIDS |  Documentary |  Film/Video Production |  Pedagogy | 
 

A Test for the Nation: Women, Children, Families, AIDS photo

A Test for the Nation: Women, Children, Families, AIDS

Produced in February 1989
Length: 28 minutes
Produced for G.M.H.C.’s “Living With AIDS” cable show.
Genre: Documentary  Short Film 
Topics: AIDS |  Documentary |  Feminist Media |  Film/Video Production | 
 

Teens Tell The Facts

Produced in January 1989
Length: 6 minutes
Produced for Stanton House, a girl's group home.
Genre: Documentary 
Topics: Documentary |  Feminist Media |  Film/Video Production | 
 

A New Tradition: Counseling Safer Sex and Condom Talk

Produced in June 1988
Length: 30 minutes and 5 mins.
Produced for Planned Parenthood of Bergen County, N.J.
Genre: Documentary 
Topics: Documentary |  Feminist Media |  Film/Video Production | 
 

Prostitutes, Risk And AIDS photo

Prostitutes, Risk And AIDS

Produced in May 1988
Length: 28 minutes
Produced for G.M.H.C., “Living With AIDS,” with Jean Carlomusto
Genre: Documentary 
Topics: AIDS |  Documentary |  Feminist Media |  Film/Video Production | 
 

Another Documentary About the Lower East Side photo

Another Documentary About the Lower East Side

Produced in January 1988
Length: 18 minutes
Funded by Global Village, Artist-In-Residence Grant.
View it here: https://vimeo.com/270387713
Genre: Documentary  Short Film 
Topics: Documentary |  Fake Documentary |  Feminist Media |  Film/Video Production | 
 

Living With AIDS: Women and AIDS photo

Living With AIDS: Women and AIDS

Produced in December 1987
Length: 28 minutes
Produced for G.M.H.C., “Living With AIDS,” with Jean Carlomusto
Genre: Documentary 
Topics: AIDS |  Documentary |  Feminist Media |  Film/Video Production |  Highlight | 
 

 

Service: Pitzer College

 

PhD Committees, CGU Cultural Studies

 

Service: Brooklyn College and CUNY

 

Service To the Field

 

Promotion, Tenure, Manuscripts

 

Select Reviews of My Writing/Media

Alexandra Juhasz