This week's In Media Res theme focus is the Films of Kahlil Joseph (October 10 - 14).

Here's the lineup:

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Monday, October 10 - Lauren Cramer (Pace University) presents "Holding Blackness in Suspension: A Study."

Tuesday, October 11 - Charles "Chip" Linscot (Ohio University) presents "Disjunction and Conjunction in the Films of Kahlil Joseph."

Wednesday, October 12 - Sarah Jane Cervenak (University of North Carolina, Greensboro) presents "Byway."

Thursday, October 13 - James Tobias (University of California, Riverside) presents an as yet untitled piece.

Friday, October 14 - Alessandra Raengo (Georgia State University) presents "Suspension, Revisited."

This theme week is organized by Lauren Cramer (Pace University) and Ethan Tussey (Georgia State University).

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