Lana Swartz’s book New Money frames money as a media technology, one in major transition.
Instead of a narrow emphasis on political effects, Aswin Punathambekar draws on a range of cases across India, China, and the Middle East to ask: what happens when such phases of participation fade away?
The fourth panel from the Comparative Media Studies 10th anniversary symposium.
Panelists: Aswin Punathambekar, Xiaochang Li, Ana Domb, Orit Kuritsky, and Jing Wang
Wrestling with the indispensability and inadequacy of Anglo-American paradigms in Asian, African, and Latin American contexts.
This “Global Media” panel explored theoretical, methodological, and practical issues surrounding the study of media circulation in an age of connectivity.
The MIT News Office has an article entitled “‘BollySpace’ melds Indian film traditions with digital media”, about an initiative by CMS graduate students Aswin Punathambekar, Zhan Li and Sangita Shresthova.