Video Activism Books
Art, Activism, and Oppositionality: Essays from Afterimage. By Grant Kester. With essays that span fifteen years, this book confronts issues ranging from arts patronage, pedagogy, and the very definitions of art and activism to struggles involving AIDS, reproductive rights, sexuality, and racial identity. More...
Future Active: Media Activism and the Internet. By Graham Meikle. This book explores how hackers, culture jammers, and media activists have not only incorporated recent technology as a tool for change, but also redefined what counts as activism. More...
Insurgency Online: Web Activism and Global Conflict. By Michael Y. Dartnell. This book contends that the development of online activism has far-reaching social and political implications, with parallels to the influence of the invention of the printing press, the telegraph, and the radio. More...
Prime Time Activism: Media Strategies for Grassroots Organizing. By Charlotte Ryan. An essential primer for all grassroots activists, this book demystifies the media in such a way that the reader-activist gains a framework for understanding the propaganda industry of the United States. More...
Public Television: Politics and the Battle over Documentary Film. By B. J. Bullert. An investigation of the complicated interplay of public television's needs and interests and their impact on independent documentary film. More...