Professor Edward Schiappa’s new book carefully surveys recent public debates about a vital societal issue.
The Open Documentary Lab, Co-Creation Studio, and WITNESS collaborate to answer the question “who decides what’s funny, what’s fair, and who is accountable?”
Video: Alexandra To, “Uplifting Us: Design Opportunities in Centering Racialized Experiences in Games”
Alexandra To describes some of the game design opportunities present in centering the experiences of people of color from the beginning.
Video: Craig Robertson, “‘Information at Your Fingertips’: The Filing Cabinet and the Gendering of Information Work”
When information became a thing that could exist at the end of your fingertips, those fingers belonged to women.
Its goal is to develop a sustainable communications infrastructure for collaborative climate adaptation.
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