The award honors faculty for their commitment to education, outreach, and advocacy that centers queer and trans understandings of the world.
Named a 2023 Guggenheim Fellow, Media, Culture, and Communication Professor Marita Sturken will work on a book tracing the history of personal photography.
The Department of Media, Culture, and Communication celebrates 50 years since Neil Postman founded the Media Ecology program.
The exhibition, curated by Media, Culture, and Communication Professor Nicole Fleetwood, will be on view at the historic research library from May through December 2023.
From Professor of Media, Culture, and Communication Nicholas Mirzoeff, a leading scholar of visual culture, comes a monograph about the white gaze and the tactics for dismantling it.
Media, Culture, and Communication's Paula Chakravartty has been appointed a James Weldon Johnson Professor by the Provost's Office in recognition of her research on racial capitalism and global media infrastructures, as well as migrant labor mobility and justice.
The National Endowment for the Humanities announced its selections last month, and four alumni from the Department of Media, Culture, and Communication are among the recipients.
Media, Culture, and Communication Associate Professor Ben Kafka is the co-editor of a new work compiling for the first time William Pietz’s writings on the history of the fetish.
A new video game from media scholar Alexander Galloway links to his research practice of reviving obsolete software.
Legal Spectatorship, a new book by Assistant Professor of Media, Culture, and Communication Kelli Moore, challenges our understanding of domestic violence.
Support of Steinhardt Professor Nicole Fleetwood's Marking Time initiative will amplify the art of the incarcerated.
The book, written by Media, Culture, and Communication Associate Professor Brett Gary, explores the characters who ran afoul of stiff obscenity laws in the first half of the 20th century.
A new book by Media, Culture, and Communication Professor Marita Sturken explores the ways in which we memorialize acts of terror and what these choices reveal about our national identity.
From algebraic patterns woven on a hand loom to artificial-life simulations, a new book by Media, Culture, and Communication Professor Galloway charts the history of digital media.
Media, Culture, and Communication alum Kweighbaye Kotee (BS ‘09) founded the festival while a Steinhardt student. The festival will celebrate 15 years next fall.
Harris Kornstein is a Fall 2021 graduate of the Steinhardt Department of Media, Culture, and Communication.
Media, Culture, and Communication doctoral candidate Salwa Hoque has been awarded a Mellon International Dissertation Research Fellowship from the Social Science Research Council.
A new book from media scholar Nicole Starosielski examines the many meanings and messages of temperature.
Susan Murray, a professor in the Department of Media, Culture, and Communication, has been awarded a 2021 Guggenheim Fellowship, the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation has announced.
Mara Mills, Associate Professor of Media, Culture, and Communication, is Principal Investigator on this study aimed at capturing and analyzing disability expertise during the Covid pandemic.
New York University claims the 7th spot in the QS Top Universities ranking of media studies programs worldwide.
Public Culture, the international journal of cultural studies, will now be housed at the NYU Steinhardt Department of Media, Culture, and Communication.
A new book by Professor Charlton McIlwain provides a historical look at the challenges of diversity and inclusion in computing industries.