The Department of Media, Culture, and Communication seeks a beginning assistant professor (tenure track) who specializes in contemporary media, identity formation, and social activism in African-American and/or other African Diaspora communities. More
MCC Professor Helen Nissenbaum was part of a panel of experts at a briefing this week on cyber security for Foreign Press sponsored by the U.S. Department of State Bureau of Public Affairs and the New York University Polytechnic School of ... More
Associate Professor Susan Murray has received a National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship for 2015-16 for her book project (under contract with Duke University Press) Brought to You in Living Color: A Cultural History of American ... More
When James Stanley is not revising a chapter of his dissertation, he can be found starring in the new play Straight White Men at The Public Theater. The show, which chronicles a reunion of three middle-age brothers returning to the family home for ... More
MCC Professor and Information Law Institute Director Helen Nissenbaum has been awarded the 2014 Barwise Prize for her significant contribution in research areas relevant to philosophy and computing. WIth a doctorate in philosophy, Nissenbaum ... More
The Information Law Institute (ILI) at New York University, directed by MCC Professor Helen Nissenbaum, has received a $328,000 Netflix litigation cy pres award. A research entity at NYU’s School of Law, the ILI is a cross-disciplinary center ... More
MCC Professor Arvind Rajagopal is a media scholar, whose research specialities include public culture in contemporary South Asia. Here he provides some analysis of the whirlwind #ModiInAmerica trip.
On NPR's The Takeaway you refer to ... More