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Media, Culture, and Communication

Our department specializes in the study of media and technology in their cultural, social, and global contexts. Faculty research and teach on media topics spanning the globe — from East and South Asia to Western Europe, the Americas, and Africa. 


BS, Media, Culture, and Communication

The media studies BS engages the history, present, and future of global media, offering significant opportunities to study media abroad in international contexts.

MA, Media, Culture, and Communication

The media studies MA trains agile researchers of a shifting media landscape. You will analyze media and culture in the context of globalization and emerging technologies.

PhD, Media, Culture, and Communication

The interdisciplinary media studies doctorate foregrounds a diverse array of research methods and theoretical frameworks.


Idol Ads in the Seoul Metro: K-pop Fandom, Appropriation of Subway Space, and the Right to the City

lunchtime colloquium with Olga Fedorenko, Associate Professor at the Anthropology Department of...

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War on Mobile Phones: Technology & Truth in the Age of Digital Witnessing

Join us for this lunchtime talk with Lilie Chouliaraki, Professor of Media and Communications at the...

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MCC MA Program Info Session

Join us in the Department of Media, Culture, and Communication to learn more about our Master's...

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Violence & The Digital: New Work By Allen Feldman

War and Algorithm looks at the increasing power of algorithms in emerging forms of warfare from the perspectives of critical theory, philosophy, legal studies, and visual studies.

From Music Business to Baba O'Riley: An interview with Violinist Katie Jacoby (BA '13)

NYU alumna Katie Jacoby (BA '13) is an electric and acoustic violinist, who is touring with The Who.

Charlton McIlwain Looks at Diversity and Inclusion in Computing Industry

A new book by Professor Charlton McIlwain provides a historical look at the challenges of diversity and inclusion in computing industries.


Department of Media, Culture, and Communication

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