andré carrington’s research on the cultural politics of race in science fiction radio drama aims to expand the repertoire of literary adaptation studies by reintegrating critical perspectives from marginal and popular sectors of the media landscape into the advancing agendas of Afrofuturism and decolonization.
Hear from four alums of the graduate program in Comparative Media Studies as they discuss their experience at MIT and what their careers have looked like in the fields a CMS degree prepared them for.
Jennifer Holt examines the legal and cultural crises surrounding the regulation of data in “the cloud.”
In New York City hundreds of thousands of people and billions of dollars in property lie in a high-risk flood zone, but FEMA flood maps minimize the risk.
To Professor Lisa Parks, the air itself has become a medium controlled by drone warfare.
Eric Klopfer recently switched his appointment to Comparative Media Studies/Writing. With its longstanding games studies program, he sees it as well aligned with his academic goals.
Nick Couldry addressed the challenges of social analysis in the face of datafication through the use of materialist phenomenology, particularly the concept of figurations.