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  • Henry Jenkins

    Jenkins on Women in Gaming

    “The more women who are involved in the making of games, the more say and influence women will have in shaping the flow of thought and the flow of ideas for developing new games.”

  • Beth Coleman

    CMS.876 Goes Live with “Minority Report” on WMBR

    This week was the kick off show for Minority Report (CMS.876) “100 Years of Radical Music” on MIT radio station WMBR (88.1).

  • Play Between Worlds: Exploring Online Game Culture
T.L. Taylor
MIT Press, 2006

    Play Between Worlds: Exploring Online Game Culture

    Multiplayer gaming life as it’s lived on the borders, in the gaps, as players slip in and out of complex social networks crossing online and offline space.

  • Claudia HartTime Garden (2005)

    Feb 22: Tea with Claudia Hart

    Claudia Hart creates virtual paintings that take the form of 3D imagery integrated into photography, animated loops, and interactive screen-based installations.

  • Beth Coleman

    Professor Beth Coleman to Speak on ARTspace Panel

    CMS Professor Beth Coleman will be participating in an upcoming ARTspace panel entitled “Can We Fall In Love With A Machine?”, as part of the larger College Art Association Conference.

  • In Medias Res, Spring 2006

    In Medias Res, Spring 2006

    So you want proof of concept of this whole “Comparative Media Studies” thing? A look at the reports coming from our alumnae (page 12) demonstrates that our community has done […]

  • RAIN, a "Korean pop star, actor and pan-Asian heartthrob"

    Jenkins on Korean “Pop Cosmopolitanism”

    Professor Henry Jenkins weighs in on the topic of pop cosmopolitanism as it relates to the rising global popularity of Korean pop music.