- UCLAanthropology, film, teaching, present
- UCLA, Current, US Government
Adam Fish researches the intersections of culture, power, and technology.
He focuses on how media corporations and political movements imagine themselves and the social and political relevancies of the internet and television.
Fish investigates America-based cable television networks attempting to balance neoliberalism, federal policy, and social media in their pursuit of profit, social justice, and improvements of the public sphere.
This focus on applied anthropology was developed in over ten years as an indigenous and federal archaeologist. Fish also works for public anthropology through television and film production.
You can see his television documentaries at mediacultures.org and follow him on Twitter @mediacultures.
- UCLA, Idaho