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Mobina Hashmi

Assistant Professor
Television, Radio & Emerging Media

Location: 405 Whitehead Hall
Phone: 718.951.5000 x1961
Fax: 718.951.4418

Mobina Hashmi draws upon cultural studies, critical media studies, cultural geography, postcolonial studies, science & technology studies, and critical race studies. Hashmi's current research focuses on cyborgs as one paradigm for new modes of citizenship as it is being articulated by countries, corporations and institutions in an increasingly interconnected and technologized global context. Hashmi is particularly interested in how the cyborg-subjects of new information and labor technologies are embodied as raced, gendered and national subjects in media representations. Teaching interests include media criticism and history, new media technologies and society, globalization and media, gender and media, race and media, cultural studies, media and national identity, and science-fiction film and television.

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