“In keeping with an emphasis on new forms of storytelling, I propose a taxonomy for location-based media that distinguishes three different levels of participation and user agency: Consumption, Interaction, and Participation.”
Wrestling creatively with archival problems of the social history of slavery, Vincent Brown charts pathways for pondering history’s most painful subjects.
Vivek Bald, an Associate Professor in CMS/W and member of the MIT Open Documentary Lab, discusses his transmedia project documenting the lives of Bengalis who entered the United States at the height of the Asian Exclusion Era.
Did you have questions about the graduate program in Comparative Media Studies? Here are videos and podcasts of our fall 2015 information session and graduate program alumni panel.
MIT professor of science writing Tom Levenson discusses his new book, “The Hunt for Vulcan…And How Albert Einstein Destroyed a Planet, Discovered Relativity, and Deciphered the Universe”.
The conservative William F. Buckley hoped to convert viewers, but there was more to it than that. You could actually learn about other points of view.