MANTELLO Peter a.


MANTELLO Peter a.

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Name
MANTELLO Peter a.
Affiliation
Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University
Section
College of Asia Pacific Studies
Job title
Professor
Degree
B.A., B.F.A., M.F.A(Carleton University, Concordia University)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
1991
   
 
-:Contract Filmmaker - National Filmboard of Canada
 
1996
 - 
1997
:Lecturer, Department of Cinema, Concordia University
 
1997
 - 
1999
:Exhibition Organizer, Cinemania
 
1999
 - 
2001
:Lecturer, Media Communications, Webster University, Bangkok
 
2001
 - 
2007
:Managing Director, Mantello - New Media and Design
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1996
Media Arits, Fine Arts, Concordia University, Montreal Canada
 
 
 - 
1988
media Arts, Fine Arts, Concordia University, Montreal Canada
 

Committee Memberships

 
 
   
 
Proof : Media For SOcial Justice. Board member
 
Apr 2017
 - 
Apr 2018
EISA (European International Studies Association)  
 
Mar 2010
 - 
Mar 2011
ISA  
 

Awards & Honors

 
2009
Faculty Development Grant
 

Misc

 
"Military Shooter Video Games and the Ontopolitics of Derivative Wars and Arms Culture",
MANTELLO Peter A.
Wiley's American Journal of Economics and Sociology. (Upcoming) March 2017. Volume 76, No. 2 "Military Shooter Video Games and the Ontopolitics of Derivative Wars and Arms Culture", Wiley's American Journal of Economics and Sociology. (Upcomin・・・   Vo. 26(No.2)    2017
Wiley's American Journal of Economics and Sociology. (Upcoming) March 2017. Volume 76, No. 2

"Military Shooter Video Games and the Ontopolitics of Derivative Wars and Arms Culture", Wiley's American Journal of Economics and Sociology. (Up...
MANTELLO Peter A.
Sage's Big Data and Society July-Dec, , 1-11.   Vol.3-2    2016
Legitimacy and the Virtual Battlefield
MANTELLO Peter A.
Australian Journal of International Affairs   Volume 67(Issue 5)    2013
MANTELLO Peter A.
Media War and Conflict: USC Anneberg, Sage Publcations, Forthcoming   Media, War & Conflic(5) vol. 5 no. 3 269-283   2012
Pleasure, Ideology and Algorithm - The Rise of the Military Entertainment Complex
MANTELLO Peter A.
Deutsche Welle Global Symposium on Conflict Prevention in the Age of Multi-media, Bonn, Jun 2-5, 2009 Documentation   (2009) 149, 150, 151   2009

Books etc

 
Mantello, Peter and Douglas Ponton (2018) 'Breaking point: Mapping the politics of extreme otherness in right-wing media of Brexit and the Refugee Crisis' In S. Rotella's, The Challenges of Migration in North America and Europe
Forum Italicum Publishing   2018   
Child Soldiers
Edited by Leora Khan, Powerhouse Books, New York, 2008   2008   ISBN:1576874559
Forced to Be Cruel no.
Deutsche Welle, Global Symposium on Conflict Prevention and Peacekeeping, Bonn, jun2-5, 2008   2008   
Pleasure By Number no.
Conseil Des Arts et Des Lettres Du Quebec, Media Arts, Ottawa, 2003   2003   
Ink on the Edge no.
Tadu Contemporary Art Space, Bangkok, 2003   2003   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
The Ugly Canadian – Canadian Militarism
American European Studies Conference,   2014   
Discreet War and Liberal Modernity
Global Centenary of War   2014   
THEVISIONMACHINE.COM
ISA 2011   2011   
Videogames and the Cold War, The Dawn of the Military Industrial Complex
Cold War Cultures –   2010   
Burma Photojournalism
Invited Guestspeaker: War Photography and the Crisis of The Image   2010   

Works

 
YAMATO
2010 - 2012
Disneylands of War JSPS - Exploratory Research
2010 - 2012

Research Grants & Projects

 
Pleasure, Ideology and Videogames
Project Year: 2007 - 2010
examining the interface of technology and political violence.
Interdisciprinary Researches(Special Research)
Project Year: 2010 - 2012
the spirit of the game has taken hold of both political and social life. Neo-liberal incentives ask us to be players in the greater end games of geo-political contestation. the identity politics of soldier and the citizen are now starting to blur.
Militarization of Citizenry, Public and Private Surveillance, Algorithmic Culture, Networked Culture, Virtuality, Mixed Reality, Private Military Contractors, Video Game Discourse, War and New Media, Terrorism Branding
The increasing legitimization of political violence serves to engage the citizen as a complacent consumer of war as entertainment while disengaging him from the political realities.