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Dr. Ted Friedman

Associate Professor of Communication

 

Office:  738 One Park Place South

Phone:  (404) 463-9522

Fax:  (404) 413-5634

e-mail:  tedf@gsu.edu

Web:  www.tedfriedman.com

 

 

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Ted Friedman (Ph.D., Duke University, 1999) is Associate Professor with specializations in cultural studies and new media. His first book, Electric Dreams: Computers in American Culture (NYU, 2005), is a cultural history of computers. His blog, Tedlog: Culture, Politics and Technology, can be found at http://www.tedfriedman.com.

Friedman's work has appeared in alt.culture, Bad Subjects, Blender, Communication Research, Critical Studies in Media Communication, CyberSociety, Details, Encyclopedia of New Media, First Monday, Nadine, On a Silver Platter, Radio On, SimCity: Mappando la Citta Virtuali, The Source, Spin, Stim, Flow, Scope and Vibe. Degree Track Affiliations: Ph.D. (Moving Image Studies), M.A. (Film/ Video).

Graduate Seminars Regularly Taught: Media and Cultural Studies; Media History; Comparative Studies in Emerging Media; New Media in Theory and Practice; Issues in Style and Narrative; The Politics of Hollywood Film. Syllabi can be found at
http://www.tedfriedman.com/teaching

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