Professor Fox Harrell works to enrich the subjective and ethical dimensions of the digital media experience.
Steen examines the global media coverage of the July 22, 2011, attack in Norway, demonstrating that the news is not primarily about reporting what happened but about constructing narratives, performing event surgery, and assigning responsibility.
Everything we learn, know and understand is physical—a matter of brain circuitry. This basic fact has deep implications for how politics is understood.
The debates sparked in our reorganization serve as powerful reminders that the university has been blissfully isolated from seismic changes.
This is a renewable one-year position, May 2011 to April 2012, with the possibility of extension.
Professor Fox Harrell’s research group — the Imagination, Computation, and Expression (ICE) Lab — builds computational systems for expressing imaginative stories and concepts — “phantasmal media” systems.