Lecture: Atari Age: The Emergence of Video Games in America by Michael Z. Newman
February 1, 2017
When: Wednesday, February 1, 7:30 p.m.
Where: Williams Hall (Oxford)
Admission Cost: Free
School: Oxford College
Department/Organization: Oxford College
Building/Room: Williams Hall (Oxford)
Speaker/Presenter: Michael Z. Newman
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Michael Z. Newman is an Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of Journalism, Advertising, and Media Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
He teaches and does research on cinema, television, video, video games, and new media. He's particularly interested in the cultural status of emerging media and the cultural history of new television and video technologies.
His books include Indie: An American Film Culture (Columbia UP, 2011); Legitimating Television: Media Convergence and Cultural Status (Routledge, 2012, co-authored with Elana Levine); and Video Revolutions: On the History of a Medium (Columbia UP, 2014).
In 2017, his new book Atari Age: The Emergence of Video Games in America is to be published by The MIT Press.
This is an Oxford Studies event.