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Dimitrios Pavlounis

Dimitrios Pavlounis

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Cinema & Media Studies

Dimitri Pavlounis is currently teaching Film History I, Film History II, Cinema Studies Seminar, Digital Cinema Culture, and Video Games and Identity. Dimitri is a comparative media scholar whose teaching and research emphasizes film and media historiography, the history and politics of technology, and the relationship between technology and identity formation. He is working on a book project entitled Sound Evidence: The Cultural Production of Audio Surveillance. Combining textual analysis and archival research, the project examines how sound recording technologies in detective narratives have played a crucial role in shaping the public's understanding of surveillance technologies. Separate from this work, he has published several journal articles on various topics, and has an essay forthcoming in Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television on producing the academy awards as a live television broadcast.

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