"In November, a faculty member from the Department of Communication was selected as a University Faculty Scholar. Dr. Adriana de Souza e Silva, associate professor and director of the CRDM program, is the first person in the department to receive this award and only the sixth from Humanities and Social ...
Gerodimos, R. (2015). A Certain Type of Freedom [15 mins]. This video looks at the challenges facing urban youth in public space and the role of digital media in facilitating and hindering engagement with the urban landscape. It cites my book with Eric Gordon, Net locality: Why location matters in ...
Gerodimos, R. (2015). At the Edge of the Present [16 mins]. This video looks at the role of urban public space and the challenges facing our engagement with it and with each other. It cites my book with Eric Gordon, Net Locality: Why location matters in a networked world.
Spence, A. (2008). “Dr. Adriana de Souza e Silva unveils relationships in digital spaces”, In NCSU Department of Communication Newsletter, Fall 2008, p. 7.
“Interfaces Móveis, Subjetividade Contemporânea” (Mobile Interfaces, Contemporary Subjectivity). [PDF 92 Kb] Interviewed by Paulo Henrique Ferreira and Nelson Valêncio. In: Webinsider. 17 November 2004, (Brazil).
“Consciousness Reframed 2003: Art and consciousness in the post-biological era.” [PDF 33 Kb] by TIKKA, Pia. In: Leonardo Reviews. 01 Setembro.
“Deeper into the Machine: the future of electronic literature”. [PDF 703 Kb] [Audio] by HAYLES, N. Katherine. In: RETTBERG, Scott (org.) Proceedings of The Eletronic Literature Organization’s 2002 State of the Arts Symposium. ELO.
“Selected Graduate Students Accomplishments 2001-2003” [PDF 209 Kb] D|MA Design | Media Arts Graduate Studies.
“Media Arts@Science: towards a collaborative culture”. [PDF web 103 Kb | PDF Print Edition 360 Kb] by MARTIN, Susan. UCLArts Newsletter. School of the Arts and Architecture at UCLA. Volume Six, Number One, Fall.
“Winkler and de Souza e Silva win the ACADIA 2002 prize”. [PDF 258 Kb] UCLA Design | Media Arts News Report 2001-2002, Graduate News – September, p. 6.