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October 5-7, 2022, join a forum for diverse constituencies to express their views and to showcase ﬁndings on videography as a creative tool in the quest for social justice.
Comparative Media Studies and Writing subjects and schedules.
David Thorburn has been a teacher of literature for 57 years, 46 of them at MIT where he is Professor of Literature and Comparative Media. Knots is his first book of poetry.
An article by Edward Schiappa
Edward Schiappa identifies scientific as well as socio-political factors contributing to the current definitional “rupture” over how to define sex.
Video: Jorge Caraballo, “How to Use Audio Storytelling to Cultivate a Community and Keep it Engaged”
Caraballo draws from experience as the former Growth Editor at Radio Ambulante – Latin America’s most popular documentary podcast.
Novel communications infrastructure from the MIT Civic Design Initiative aims to support communities on the front lines of the climate crisis.
Are the MetaHuman Creator and similar simplified building tools democratizing the field of digital content creation?
Video: Samantha N. Sheppard, “Changing the Subject: Lynn Nottage’s By the Way, Meet Vera Stark and the Making of Black Women’s Film History”
How Nottage’s play and paratexts produce a speculative fiction and archive about Black women’s media histories, staging what she calls a phantom cinema.
Study the way media stereotypes can shape audiences’ emotions, beliefs, attitudes, and behavior.