Andrew Bottomley has online article published

Dr. Andrew Bottomley, Assistant Professor of Media Studies in the Department of Communication & Media, has published a short online article on In Media Res this week. Titled “AudioNet and the Origins of Online Content Aggregation,” the piece explores streaming media platforms like YouTube and the now-ubiquitous content aggregation media distribution model and their roots … Continue reading Andrew Bottomley has online article published

Susan Goodier elected as Fellow of New York Academy of History

Susan Goodier, lecturer, History Department, has been elected as a Fellow of the New York Academy of History. New members must have a “demonstrated record of accomplishment in York State history.” The Academy, founded in 2007, seeks to strengthen and unify the historical community, defend the interests of New York state history, and represent those … Continue reading Susan Goodier elected as Fellow of New York Academy of History

Susan Goodier speaks at Huguenot Historic Site and Chapman University

Susan Goodier, lecturer, History Department, and her co-author, Karen Pastorello spoke about their book, Women Will Vote: Winning Suffrage in New York State at the Huguenot Historic Site in New Paltz on January 18. About 30 people turned out to listen and ask questions, despite heavy snow. The talk is one of a series sponsored … Continue reading Susan Goodier speaks at Huguenot Historic Site and Chapman University

Public Events Committee call for applications

Got Funding? The Public Events Committee currently seeks applications for funding of “public events” on the SUNY Oneonta campus for Fall 2020 and Spring 2021. Typical events that meet the “cultural and educational standards of the college” include guest speakers; arts and cultural activities; readings; concerts and public performances; and presentations geared to increase the positive cultural … Continue reading Public Events Committee call for applications