I have a chapter in Carl Plantinga’s edited collection on Screen Stories and Moral Understanding titled “On Reflecting on Reflections: The Moral Afterlife and Screen Studies.” The chapter makes a case for extended periods of reflection as the quality that sets screen studies scholarship apart from other communities engaged with film and screen media, like… Read more

My newest monograph, Cognitive Film and Media Ethics, is out now with Oxford University Press. More information here: https://global.oup.com/academic/product/cognitive-film-and-media-ethics-9780197552896 Cognitive Film and Media Ethics provides a grounding in the use of cognitive science to address key questions in film, television and screen media ethics. This book extends past works in cognitive media studies to answer normative… Read more