Henry Jenkins returns to talk about his scholarship on digital culture, founding Comparative Media Studies, and experiences as a teacher and housemaster.
CMS emerged as a hearty repast, richer and more nutritious than we had any right to expect. It was the right program at the right time.
We also return to celebrate the CMS program’s entering, with not-quite-believable-speed, its 10th year.
This Webinar will look at what “spreadable media” means, why the concept of “stickiness” is inadequate for measuring success.
Day 2 of Futures of Entertainment 4 is now sold out. That leaves just a handful of tickets available for Day 1.
It’s a continent away from Comparative Media Studies headquarters in Cambridge, but the CMS spirit was palpable at Comic-Con in San Diego this year.
As CMS moves into its 10th year, dramatic change is certainly ongoing. But that change has logic…in new faculty, new research, and our alumni network.