Professor Ian Condry and CMS alum Han Su recently announced funding rounds for their respective start-ups.
Professor Ian Condry explores contemporary Japanese music, with a comparison of diverse examples, such as female Japanese rappers, underground techno festivals, the virtual idol Hatsune Miku, and the pop idol group AKB48.
Featuring social scientists, media theorists, writers, artists, activists, this unconference asks: “How can we dissolve the structures of power that produce today’s inequalities?”
Professors T.L. Taylor and Ian Condry are exploring the connections between online and offline worlds through the Creative Communities Initiative.
Artist and writer Coco Fusco on the critical responses to the Planet of the Apes films — and as critiques of American race relations.
Zeynep Tufekci discusses features of boom and bust protest movements, drawing upon Gezi, the Arab Spring, and the Occupy and M15 movements.
Media technologies have increased the number of people able to create and disseminate content, but may not be leading to a more diverse media environment.