“Perhaps we’d find out what the historian of the 21st century should look like, rather than how to protect the career path of the 20th-century historian for decades to come.”
From Eduardo Marisca: “A quick walkthrough about my own process and workflow and how I’ve set up different tools across the research and writing process, along with links to additional resources.”
In this workshop, we’ll analyze sample abstracts from different fields, learn editing strategies, and practice revising abstracts.
Close reading requires that the scholar immerse herself in the experience of the text on its own terms, and at the same time maintain a critical distance.
“While I find myself using the work of media scholars for a theoretical framework and methodology, I inevitably turn to book historians for a more detailed sociology of the bound and printed word.”
Owing to her early involvement, few were surprised to learn that Ellen Hume would be spearheading the center and articulating its vision.
Join us to explore the many facets of research on cutting-edge digital games, media literacy, innovative humanities databases, and redefined corporate/consumer relations now underway in MIT’s Comparative Media Studies program.