Department of Media, Culture, and Communication

Media, Culture, and Communication


  • Researching Cyber Security
  • 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
  • NEH Fellowship Supports Research on History of Color TV
  • 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
  • Doctoral Student, Researching Participatory Spectatorship, Stars in Show of His Own
  • 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
  • Helen Nissenbaum Receives Prize from the American Philosophical Association
  • 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
  • Privacy Research in the Public Interest
  • 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
  • Faculty Insight: Narendra Modi's U.S. Visit
  • 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

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