Brittany Anne Chozinksi is Associate Professor at Northeast Lakeview College in Universal City, Texas after completing her PhD in sociology at The New School for Social Research, where she previously earned a master’s degree in sociology. By day, she works as a multimedia specialist for a nonprofit adoption agency, handling everything from social media to digital video and web editing. She has taught as an adjunct professor of sociology at Marymount Manhattan College and is currently in her second year as a research assistant for Dr. Jaeho Kang on his work involving propaganda, the Frankfurt School, and communications studies. Her work revolves around media and subjectivity, with particular interest in the digital screen, alterity and mimesis, and the body and subject is highly mediated digital environments. Though labor has not been a key focus of her work, it is a reoccurring them, and she has previous written on televisual labor and how this shifts with battles of convergence with the internet and mobile media. Chozinksi has a strong background in cinema studies and the Frankfurt School and seeks to apply critical theoretical analysis to media and technology studies within sociology.