Dr. Kerric Harvey balances her academic career with international film, theatre, and documentary productions in both physical and virtual spaces.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Dialogic Theatre and Cultural Geography: A New Model of Drama for Conflict Transformation

This project combines the visual arts and dramatic role-playing to suggest new ways of conducting ethnography and of encouraging dialogue in troubled communities.

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A New Media Approach to Old Problems: Phone Flicks and Cease Fires

Examines ways of using everyday personal communication devices to helps bridge intercultural divides.

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Performing the Political Self: Dramaturgical Techniques for Exploring Identity-Driven Conflict

Integrates communication theory and new dramatic method to explore the interplay between politics and self-perception in culturally tense situations.

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Cinema for the Very Small Screen: Design Elements for the Cell Phone Filmmaker

This work-in-progress report discusses the ways in which conventional cinematic story-telling is affected by "downsizing" for miniature receiver screens, such as cell phones and other personal media devices.

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The Vampire and the Pirate: Art and Archetype in the Political Imagination

Re-frames the current popular media fascination with the supernatural as a way of understanding the deep structure of culture on which political sensibilities are built. Contrasts pirate and vampire iconography.

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Quantifying Culture: New Methods for Measuring Media Content as a Social Mapping Technique

Builds on Edward T. Hall's work in proxemics to suggest a combined quantitative/qualitative analysis of media myth and archetype to explore cultural attitudes about time, space, and social indentity.

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Dramaturgical Techniques for Capturing Political Sensibility with Social Media: The Twitter Election Day Theatre and Poetry Project

Experiment exploring political experience via social media had voters Tweet their Election Day 2010 reflections into a twitter poetry folio. Subsequent crowd-sourced curating led to live theatre and online multi-media.

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New Media Storytelling as Experimental Ethnography: The 24-Picture Day Halloween Project

Presents a new paradigm for using social media to collect visual ethnographic material and describes how the same model can be modified to enhance understanding across cultural or political divides

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Published online: May 30, 2014

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Intimate Documentary versus Political Re-mix Video: Contrasting Approaches to New Media Story-telling and Cultural Politics

I examine political implications of a new media genre called “intimate documentary,” emerging as a below-the-radar ideological format within popular culture, and contrasted with traditional political re-mix video.

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