Moving Image and Media Studies Graduate Group
2020–2021 Research and Creative Collaborative
Matthew Tchepikova-Treon, American Studies, CLA, TC
Dzmitry Tsapkou, Cultural Studies and Comparative Literature, CLA, TC
Maggie Hennefeld, Cultural Studies and Comparative Literature, CLA, TC
Olga Tchepikova-Treon, Cultural Studies and Comparative Literature, CLA, TC
Graeme Stout, Cultural Studies and Comparative Literature, CLA, TC
The Moving Image and Media Studies Graduate Group is a collaboratively run nexus for students, faculty, and production professionals working in film and audiovisual media at the University of Minnesota.
Through our programming, we engage audiences both at the University of Minnesota and in the wider Twin Cities community around the interdisciplinary study of audiovisual culture. This fall, MIMSGG is taking precautions to inhibit the spread of COVID-19 and presents a safely distanced roster of events: a graduate reading group organized around Ariella Aisha Azoulay’s “Potential History: Unlearning Imperialism,” a collaborative web-based multimedia project on the topic of “disinformation,” and a tentative community screening at George Floyd Square. Follow along with our programming through our Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook pages, and learn more about us at www.mimsgg.org!
This series features an IAS Research and Creative Collaborative. Each profile is written by the group as a way to share their projects, goals, and experiences as part of their time supported by the IAS.