Singapore’s Media Development Authority and MIT launch a new laboratory promoting innovation in computer and video games.
From the start, Philip Khoury encouraged us to think big, to develop a graduate program worthy of MIT, one that would help to define future directions for our field.
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.
“It is clear that this idea of ‘applied humanism’ is being embodied by the day-to-day activities of our students, visiting scholars and faculty.”
“Global in reach, cutting-edge in ambition, the people of CMS show the value of a comparative and critical approach to the processes of mediation.”
MIT’s Program in Comparative Media Studies Launches Efforts to Explore the Future of Educational Media.