About

With research interests that primarily focuses on masculinities in American film & television, business histories of the home entertainment industry, and attention-capture through interface design & interaction peripherals, Brent Strang’s most recent publication is “Armchair Harmonics: Radio Remote Controls and the Historical Persistence of Push-Buttons” published in The Routledge Companion to Media Technology and Obsolescence (2018). 

Brent Strang currently teaches FIST 100: Introduction to Film Studies in the BMS and the Media Studies stream of the Coordinated Arts Program. 


Brent Strang

Sessional Instructor

With research interests that primarily focuses on masculinities in American film & television, business histories of the home entertainment industry, and attention-capture through interface design & interaction peripherals, Brent Strang’s most recent publication is “Armchair Harmonics: Radio Remote Controls and the Historical Persistence of Push-Buttons” published in The Routledge Companion to Media Technology and Obsolescence (2018). 

Brent Strang currently teaches FIST 100: Introduction to Film Studies in the BMS and the Media Studies stream of the Coordinated Arts Program. 

Brent Strang

Sessional Instructor

With research interests that primarily focuses on masculinities in American film & television, business histories of the home entertainment industry, and attention-capture through interface design & interaction peripherals, Brent Strang’s most recent publication is “Armchair Harmonics: Radio Remote Controls and the Historical Persistence of Push-Buttons” published in The Routledge Companion to Media Technology and Obsolescence (2018). 

Brent Strang currently teaches FIST 100: Introduction to Film Studies in the BMS and the Media Studies stream of the Coordinated Arts Program.