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2019 SCMS Awards
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2019 Award Winners

Below, you'll find a preview of the 2019 SCMS Award Winners, with photos to be added after the conference in Seattle. Please join us at this year’s Awards Ceremony to celebrate their outstanding achievements!

 


STUDENT WRITING AWARD

 

First Place
Maureen Mauk, University of Wisconsin-Madison, “Politics is Everybody’s Business: Resurrecting Faye Emerson, America’s Forgotten First Lady of Television”

   

Second Place
Allain Daigle, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, “Modern Glass: Zeiss and the Industrialization of Vision”


Third Place
Cassandra Guan, Brown University, “Critique of Flowers: Ecology and Affect in the Era of Technical Reproduction”

 

DISSERTATION AWARD

Winner

Jordan Schonig, University of Chicago, “Cinema’s Motion Forms: Film Theory, the Digital Turn, and the Possibilities of Cinematic Movement”

 

BEST FIRST BOOK AWARD


Winner

Aubrey Anable, Playing With Feelings: Video Games and Affect (University of Minnesota Press, 2018).


THE KATHERINE SINGER KOVÁCS BOOK AWARD

Winner

Susan Murray, Bright Signals: A History of Color Television (Duke University Press, 2018).



THE KATHERINE SINGER KOVÁCS ESSAY AWARD

Winner

Aswin Punathambekar and Sriram Mohan, “A Sound Bridge: Listening for the Political in a Digital Age,” International Journal of Communication, Vol. 11 (2017): 4610-4629.

BEST EDITED COLLECTION

Winner

Joshua Neves and Bhaskar Sarkar, Asian Video Cultures: In the Penumbra of the Global (Duke University Press, 2017).


BEST ESSAY IN AN EDITED COLLECTION

Winner

Nilo Couret, “Enduring Art Cinema” in The Routledge Companion to Latin American Cinema, eds. Marvin D’Lugo, Ana M. López, Laura Podalsky (Routledge, 2017).

 

THE ANNE FRIEDBERG INNOVATIVE SCHOLARSHIP AWARD

Shannon Mattern, Code and Clay, Data and Dirt: Five Thousand Years of Urban Media (University of Minnesota Press, 2017).


SERVICE AWARD

 

Aviva Dove-Viebahn, Arizona State University

 

 

PEDAGOGY AWARD

 

Charlie Keil, University of Toronto

 

DISTINGUISHED CAREER ACHIEVEMENT AWARD

Donald Crafton, University of Notre Dame

                 

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