Symposium: Ethics and Politics of 21st Century Television Series
La Maison Française, New York University, 19 University Place
New York 10003
- Universite Paris 1 Pantheon Sorbonne
- Liberal Studies NYU
- Demoseries Research Project, European Research Council
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SYMPOSIUM: ETHICS AND POLITICS OF 21ST CENTURY TV SERIES DATE TIME LOCATION Friday Apr. 1 9:30am-6:30pm Hybrid - La Maison Française and Zoom
**This event will take place in English**
Hybrid event: open in person to the NYU community, open online to the public
RSVP In-person HERE (NYU Community ONLY, current ID and daily screener verified)
RSVP Zoom HERE (General Public)
La Maison Française is pleased to host the Ethics and Politics of the 21st Century TV Series conference on April 1st, organized by DEMOSERIES, a European Research Council project hosted at University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne. The conference will bring together a number of scholars, philosophers and film and TV specialists from France (Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne) and the United States.
From Orange is the New Black to Homeland, from The Crown to Ozark, join us for a full day of fascinating panel conversations about the framing of genres in recent TV, the ethics of your favorite shows, and popular culture’s potential for social and political action.
9:45AM-10:00AM: Introduction. François Noudelmann and Sandra Laugier
10:00AM-12:00PM: Panel 1. New Television and the Politics of Genres
Martin Shuster (Goucher College), The Persistence of the Western: Yellowstone, America, and the Present
Kathryn Reklis (Fordham University), The Limits of Ethics at the End of the World
David LaRocca, Metatelevision in The Crown
Sandra Laugier (Université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne), Homeland and The Bureau: Ethics of the Security Genre
12:30PM-2:00PM: Lunch Break
2:00PM-3:30PM: Panel 2. Moral Perfectionism in TV Series
Paola Marrati (Johns Hopkins University), Orange is the New Black: Perfectionism and Politics
Jeroen Gerrits (Binghamton University), Im/moral Perfectionism: TV between the Low and Lower Yet
Hent de Vries (NYU), “Nobody’s Perfect”: Moral Imperfectionism in Ozark
4:15PM-5:45PM: Panel 3. The Social Action of Popular Culture
Andrew Brandel (Harvard University), “Preparing to Live”: Foundation’s Account of Anthropology
Théo Touret-Dengreville (Université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne-Demoseries), Superheroes as Educators
Brendan Hogan (NYU), “But It’s the Other Way”: Surveillance between Structure and Agency in The Wire
6:15PM-6:30PM: Closing Remarks
This event is organized by DEMOSERIES, a European Research Council project hosted at University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne and funded under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program.
April 1, 2022, 9:45am EST
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