New class offers MIT students the chance to pair technical know-how with real-world art and humanities projects at local museums.
In this hands-on workshop you’ll learn how to create, tag, link, and share annotations in web-based environments.
“It has been a long time since I left CMS, and I’ve been busy and active every moment of the journey since I left. You need to do that to succeed in any career. At the same time, though, this is just as true: every day, at every step, I have drawn upon and, in the process, relived my days at CMS.”
Johanna Drucker asks, “Are the standard metrics and conventions developed for analysis of empirical inquiries fundamentally at odds with tenets of traditional humanistic interpretation?”
Highlights from the CMS 10th anniversary symposium.
From its early days the Comparative Media Studies program has worked with partners from all over MIT. It has collaboration written in its genes.
MIT’s Comparative Media Studies and Foreign Languages and Literatures have joined forces to create a digital archive of animated works produced at the Beijing Film Academy’s (BFA) Animation School.