The Journal Digital Media Arts and Practice, published by The International Digital Media and Arts Association, responds to the rapidly developing field of digital media and arts in a variety of settings—academic, educational, artistic, political, and social. Membership in iDMAa includes a subscription to the journal. Get more information on becoming a member.
Brigid Maher is a full-time professor of Film and Media Arts. She is a filmmaker and writer who heads the Emerging Media concentration in SOC’s Film and Media Arts Division. Her scholarly writing focuses on the interplay between traditional film and new media theories. Her award-winning narrative and documentary films have shown in festivals in the U.S. and abroad.
Her latest documentary, Veiled Voices, focuses on the phenomenon of Muslim women religious leaders in Islam. Veiled Voices is distributed by Typecast Releasing in the United States and has screened on over 150 public television stations and three national networks. Al Jazeera Network recently acquired the film for broadcast in the Middle East and North Africa. The film has additional international distribution through TVF International and has screened in numerous international festivals in the United States and abroad.
Editorial Advisory Board
Larry Abed, Depauw University, IN
David Beck, University of Wisconsin – Stout, WI
Chris Blair, Union University, TN
Jennifer Burg, Wake Forest, NC
Paul Catanese, Columbia College, Chicago, IL
Ken Cole, Notre Dame University, IN
Rodayne Esmay, Utah Valley State University, UT
Peg Faiman, Miami University of Ohio, OH
Robert Fraher, University of Wisconsin – Stout, WI
David Ferguson, Ball State University, IN
Mary Pettice, Lebanon Valley College, PA
Mat Rappaport, Columbia College, Chicago, IL
Suzi Webster, Emily Carr University, Vancouver, BC, Canada