New Media in Jewish Studies
ABOUT NEW MEDIA IN JEWISH STUDIES
With partners ranging from Columbia University’s Institute for Israel and Jewish Studies to the Contemporary Jewish Museum, we’re making imaginative use of ubiquitous digital storytelling tools to make sense of archival materials and creatively explore intersections of Jewish and American modernity. From videos celebrating the poetry of Alfred Stieglitz to a museum installation with footage projected onto t-shirts from American-Jewish summer camps, Citizen Film works closely with Jewish Studies scholars to invent new modes of storytelling and scholarship, engaging students and general audiences.
Co-director: Sam Ball, Citizen Film
Jeremy Dauber, Columbia University Institute for Israel & Jewish Studies
Ari Kelman, Stanford University
Ken Koltun-Fromm, Haverford College
Deborah Dash Moore, University of Michigan
Noam Pianko, University of Washington
Laurence Roth, Susquehanna University
Francesco Spagnolo, University of California, Berkeley
J. Edward Wright, University of Arizona
MORE ABOUT NEW MEDIA IN JEWISH STUDIES
Please visit www.newmediajewishstudies.org to learn more about ongoing projects..