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
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
The Department of Media, Culture, and Communication in the Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development at New York University seeks a beginning assistant professor (tenure track) who specializes in contemporary media, identity ... More
new feminisms / new materialisms / new media
CFP Deadline: Monday November 3, 2014Conference Date: Thursday March 12, 2015New York UniversityKeynote: Karen Barad, Professor of Feminist Studies, Philosophy, and History of ... More
As part of a three-day series of events, the Department of Media, Culture, and Communication will host a symposium on September 19, 2014 exploring the mediated and aesthetic dimensions of extraction and infrastructure.
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Recent graduate (PhD '14) Solon Barocas received an award for best paper at the annual Privacy Law Scholars Conference in Washington, D.C. Barocas co-authored the paper Big Data's Disparate Impact with former MCC postdoctoral fellow Andrew Selbst. ... More