As part of our mission of working across disciplines, cultures, and communities, we welcome visiting scholars and hire postdoctoral associates and fellows. Here’s the process.
Talks and more with the world’s top media researchers and practitioners, hosted on campus or online.
Comparative Media Studies and Writing subjects and schedules.
Video: Sandra Rodriguez, “Creating and Interacting with Virtual Entities: Combining VR and AI to Reflect on Human Experiences”
Between technology and carefully crafted storytelling, it is the human imagination that remains at the core of any immersion.
CMS/W Head Professor Eric Klopfer to serve as a co-director of Responsible A.I. for Social Engagement
“We want to make sure that all people are empowered to use A.I. in constructive, creative, and beneficial ways”
Working in every genre, from fiction to technical writing, more than four dozen pieces were prize winners this year.
Impairments are usually understood as the physical or biological substrates of culturally produced disabilities, but Jonathan Sterne considers them as a political and theoretical problem in their own right.
Professor Ian Condry and CMS alum Han Su recently announced funding rounds for their respective start-ups.
Video, James Wynn: “There’s No Place Like Home: Promotional Narratives, Science Fiction, and the Case for Mars Colonization”
How do you persuade people to leave their indigenous communities to start new ones in a foreign and sometimes hostile place?
An article by William Uricchio
From Media Effects to the Empathy Machine: The Nature of the Audience and the Persistence of Wishful Thinking
The shifting and often contradictory claims made for the audience, particularly in light of the documentary project.