THU may be substituted for one elective. Find materials for this course in the pages linked along the left. This thesis is based on fieldwork conducted in two different urban contexts. The analysis of these groups presents different results yet overall shows commonalities in how these collectives use similar tools to counteract the residues of colonialism in the present.
You are also welcome to use conference time to continue discussions begun in class or try out ideas sparked by your reading. Print out all readings—preferably before you read them!
This class is normally required for majors in science writing Overview and Class Policies The primary work of this class is to: Discussion should demonstrate not just familiarity with assigned readings, but also critical thinking and clear expression of ideas.
It is also designed to work as a complementary major for students majoring in science, engineering, or another field of study at MIT.
Decolonising Art and Media in Madrid and Sydney. Most class readings will be available via our class site. Send to friends and colleagues. We will read essays, reportage, op-eds, and web-based articles on a variety of topics concerning science, technology, medicine and nature.
Discussion is part of the oral work of a communications-intensive class: You are inviting the reader into your world—into your mind, no less. A pre-thesis tutorial CMS. Student work is typically discussed in workshops and receives the written commentary of the instructor.
Foreward by Robert Kanigel.
Our major assignments and when they are due are outlined in the Assignments section. Undergraduate Study Bachelor of Science in Comparative Media Studies CMS The program leading to the Bachelor of Science in Comparative Media Studies degree is designed to integrate the study of contemporary media film, television, digital systems with a broad historical understanding of older forms of human expression.
The Major writing assignments for this class are 3 essays, a reading journal, and an oral presentation. Students are required to take CMS.
Johns Hopkins University Press, The program embraces theoretical and interpretive principles drawn from the central humanistic disciplines of literary study, history, anthropology, art history, and film studies, but aims as well for a comparative synthesis that is responsive to the distinctive emerging media culture of the 21st century.
The digital media emphasis offers in-depth study of emerging interactive and nonlinear styles of narrative, as well as individual and collaborative experience in producing digitally mediated forms, both aesthetic and utilitarian.
The longest of the 3 essays will be revised, with the option to revise the other 2. See joint degree programs under the Department of Humanities section.
Modify, remix, and reuse just remember to cite OCW as the source. It is not acceptable to read assignments on your cell phone. Sleeping in class will be counted as an absence.
Some readings will be handouts or available through web links. Readings by contemporary writers such as Elizabeth Kolbert, Atul Gawande, and Michael Pollan will serve as examples of the craft and sources of ideas for our own writing.The public is welcome to attend any or all of the presentations MIT Comparative Media Studies/Writing Thesis Presentations by the Graduate Program in Science Writing Class of Friday, May 19, Co-Director, Comparative Media Studies Thesis 4ervisor Accepted By: Henry Jenkins eter d ei"3• fessor of Humanities Professor of Comparatie Media Studies and Literature Co-Director, Comparative Media Studies MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE.
OF TEOHNOLOGY MAY 1 9 LIBRARIES i. Degree Chart for Bachelor of Science in Comparative Media Studies (CMS). Professor, Comparative Media Studies Thesis Supervisor Accepted by: Heather Hendershot Director of Graduate Studies, Comparative Media Studies.
2. 3 Listening in Code: Process and Politics in Interactive Musical Works by Andy Kelleher Stuhl Submitted to the Program in Comparative Media Studies/Writing.
Home» Courses» Comparative Media Studies/Writing» Science Writing in Contemporary Society» Syllabus Syllabus Course Home. MIT Comparative Media Studies/Writing offers an innovative program that applies critical analysis, collaborative research, and design across a variety of media .Download