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The power of memes cannot be fully understood without considering their role in the complex relationship between technology, space, and politics.
An article by Sulafa Zidani
The first systematic analysis of memes created by Palestinians in Israel. An analysis of 150 memes reveals how memes are used to reflect on and intervene in Palestinian youths’ navigation of life in mixed cities under prolonged war and colonialism.
The move places all of MIT’s Institute-wide writing and communications instruction under one academic roof.
The lab’s artists and technology scholars are exploring representation and reality — and shaping the future of storytelling.
An article by Vivek Bald
“They ‘bypassed the nation,’ as I had put it, and instead forged human connections that were on a local and transnational scale.”
Associate Professor Justin Reich co-authors a new report on reimagining schools for a post-pandemic world.