Dr Jeneen Naji
Media Studies, Arts and Humanities Institute
0.26 Iontas Building
(01) 708 3521
Dr. Jeneen Naji is Digital Media Practice Faculty in the Department of Media Studies in Maynooth University, Ireland where she lectures on the B.A. Media Studies, the M.A. in Critical and Creative Media and the BSc Multimedia, Mobile & Web Development run with the Department of Computer Science. Dr. Naji’s research is in the area of digital culture specifically exploring the impact of the digital apparatus on poetic expression. She is also a convener and founding member of the Maynooth University Digital Arts & Humanities Research Cluster. Dr. Naji is also a member of the international editorial review board of the International Journal of Game-Based Learning (IJGBL) and a Fulbright TechImpact Scholar.
My research areas areas: - the critical analysis of existing and emerging digital culture artefacts. -the impact of digital technologies on human creative expression. -the affordances and constraints of the digital medium as they relate to the changing form of poetic expression from analogue to digital. -the use of the digital apparatus within a gestural and haptic interaction framework for creative practice. - electronic literature and digital literacy.
Peer Reviewed Journal
|2020||Naji, J. (2020) 'The Rubayaat'. technoculture: an online journal of technology in, 10 (2020).|
|2019||Naji, J. (2019) 'The Art of Machine Use Subversion in Digital Poetry'. Hyperrhiz: New Media Cultures, 20 (2019). [DOI] [Full-Text]|
|2017||Naji, Jeneen (2017) 'Back to the Book: Tempest and Funkhouser’s Retro Translations'. Electronic Book Review, . [Link] [Full-Text]|
|2016||Jarrett, Kylie and Jeneen Naji (2016) 'What Would Media Studies Do? Social media Shakespeare as a technosocial process'. BORROWERS AND LENDERS: THE JOURNAL OF SHAKESPEARE AND APPROPRIATION, . [Link] [Full-Text]|
|2013||Dr Jeneen Naji (2013) 'Simulated stereotypes turning the unreal real: An analysis ofrepresentations of the ‘Other’ in traditional media forms and digital games'. Journal of Arab & Muslim Media Research, 6 (2 + 3):115-131. [DOI] [Full-Text]|
|2012||Timoney, Joseph and Lazzarini, Victor and Naji, Jeneen (2012) 'INTERCEPT – Interdisciplinary New Technologies for Entrants to Reinforce Creativity, Enthusiasm, and Practical Thinking' Teaching Fellowships 2012 – 2013, :18-19. [Link]|
|2018||Naji, J. (2018) EVA Copenhagen 2018 - Politics of the Machines - Art and After The Posthuman Poetics of Instagram Poetry [Link] http://dx.doi.org/10.14236/ewic/EVAC18.1 [Full-Text]|
|2010||Naji, J. (2010) EuroITV’10 Proceedings of the 8th international interactive conference on Interactive TV&Video Interactive Poetry: poets and programmers [Link]|
|2019||Naji, Jeneen (2019) Ice cream Thoughts. Norway: EXHIB [Link]|
|2017||Naji, J. (2017) The Rubayaat. The Wrong - New Digital Art Biennale: EXHIB [Link]|
|2017||Wilks, Naji, Husárová, Mencía (2017) UpsideDown Chandeli. University Fernando Pessoa, Porto, Portugal: EXHIB [Link]|
|2014||Wilks, C., Naji, J., Husárová, Z., Mencia, M. (2014) UpsideDown Chandelier. University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, U.S.A: EXHIB|
|2013||Wilks, C., Naji, J., Husárová, Z., Mencia, M. (2013) Upside Down Chandelier. DIG Gallery, Košice, Slovakia: EXHIB|
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