In an economy of informational abundance, does the traditional truth-revealing role of critical media practice still have any political relevance?
Stephen Duncombe asks, does the traditional truth-revealing role of critical media practice still have any political relevance?
Day 2 of Futures of Entertainment 4 is now sold out. That leaves just a handful of tickets available for Day 1.
This year’s Futures of Entertainment conference is November 20 and 21 here at MIT.
Might the political consciousness of the new generation be taking shape in and around popular culture? Are we seeing a blurring of the roles of citizen and consumer?
With Johanna Blakley, deputy director of the Norman Lear Center at USC; David Carr, media and culture writer for the New York Times; and Stephen Duncombe, associate professor at NYU.