“From a fan’s perspective, Global Frequency was too good to be true.”
In the academic scheme of things, the ritual of Labor Day usually marks the arrival of a new class. This year, it’s nearly a clean sweep: new students, new staff, […]
Cultured Men, Uncultured Women: An Exploration of the Gendered Hierarchy of Taste Governing Afghan Radio
An ethnographic investigation to examine local Afghan radio’s various relationships with women during this intense period of reconstruction in Afghanistan.
Insights to current understandings of cinematic space and the relationship between film, architecture, and the city.
Master's thesis by Karen Schrier S.M., Comparative Media Studies, 2005
Keywords: American Revolution, augmented reality, collaboration, education, games, history, Lexington, mobility, narrative, storytelling
I designed “Reliving the Revolution” as a model for using AR games to teach historic inquiry, decision-making, and critical thinking skills.