How hateful, discriminatory rhetoric influences public opinion, its impact on the daily lives of Muslim-Americans, and strategies for combating it.
Cambridge City Councilman Nadeem Mazen and Wise Systems co-founder Layla Shaikley–both MIT alumni–join engineering student Abubakar Abid to explore how hateful, discriminatory rhetoric influences public opinion, discuss its impact on the lives of Muslim-Americans, and examine strategies to combat it.
“One of the great things about MIT is that, even in the arts, it manages to be an exception to the rule.”
The CMS/W magazine, highlighting the gains of the recent merger of CMS and Writing at MIT and the fruits of their decade-plus collaboration.
What elements of teaching practice can be effectively translated into new media, and what aspects of “teaching” must be redefined?
Sherry Turkle, author most recently of Alone, Together, discusses her darkening view of our digitizing world and her sense of the culture of MIT.
As part of MIT’s 150th anniversary celebration, Comparative Media Studies created a visual tour to feature MIT’s essential role in major media developments.