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.
October 6-8, 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.
An article by Alan Lightman
In The Atlantic, Alan Lightman writes that “surprisingly, some recent proposals in physics reveal that believers and nonbelievers may have more in common than they think.”
Join CMS/W professors Paul Roquet and Ian Condry on Monday, May 3, as they discuss “healing-style” anime, centered on the film A Whisker Away.
Video: Joshua Littenberg-Tobias, “Measuring Equity-Promoting Behaviors in Digital Teaching Simulations: A Topic Modeling Approach”
How natural language processing tools can be used to better understand participants’ experiences within simulated environments focused on anti-racist teaching.
Alan Lightman’s new book explores the riddles of origins, infinities, and other bafflements brought to us by modern science.
Fiasco discused the SOSA educational guild that brings established and aspiring rappers together to hone their verbal prowess and master the fundamentals of linguistic and semiotic methodology.
The role of interdisciplinary research and how Charisse L’Pree has maneuvered a wide variety of methodologies, including quantitative, qualitative, critical, and applied, in order to answer life’s questions.
An article by CMS/W
Professor Heather Hendershot writes that “Limbaugh once boasted he had single-handedly ‘brought AM radio back from the dead.’ It was simultaneously one of the most accurate and least offensive comments he ever made.”