“We make sure to build a substantial part of our curriculum around how we can document, critique, and dismantle social inequalities.”
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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.
Brazilian undergrads “often do not have opportunities to think entrepreneurially or to apply their technical knowledge while taking into consideration other humanities and social sciences disciplines such as anthropology, media studies, history, geography, and political science.”
Podcast: Matthew Berland, “Creative Agency: Making, Learning, and Playing towards Understanding Computational Content”
Matthew Berland on how we can create environments where learners are supported in developing creative agency, and how we might assess or evaluate success.
Media Arts and Design | Blockchain Conference 2020 (Online: May 2-3, 2020 hosted by Drexel University)
Scientists, scene experts and specialists from academia and industry are cordially invited to submit proposals for delivering a talk or workshop with the option to contribute a chapter to the
By Jing Wang
Professor Jing Wang tells the story of change makers operating within the Chinese Communist system, whose ideas of social action necessarily differ from those dominant in Western, liberal societies.
“What I found in talking at this personal rather than institutional level was that the draw of CMS was simultaneously more idealistic and pragmatic than we’ve described in the past.”
CMS/W Professor Eric Klopfer and The Education Arcade are currently working on a set of “Participatory Simulations”: mobile collaborative systems-based games.
“Recent months have been filled with wonderful moments as we celebrate the twentieth anniversary of the Comparative Media Studies program.”