MIT Comparative Media Studies/Writing
Has Silicon Valley Lost Its Humanity?
Fall 2017 Alumi Panel
Cloud Policy: Anatomy of a Regulatory Crisis
Mapping Climate Change: Contested Futures in New York City’s Flood Zone
An Evening with Sarah Vowell
The Mediated Construction of Reality - From Berger and Luckmann to Norbert Elias
Platforms in the Public Interest: Lessons from Minitel
Walter Menendez: "Engineering Virality: BuzzFeed’s Scientific Approach To Creating Content"
Playful Practice: Designing the Future of Teacher Learning
Nicole Hemmer: "From Taft to Trump: How Conservative Media Activists Won — and Lost — the GOP"
The Contingencies of Comparison: Rethinking Comparative Media
Michael Lee: "The Conservative Canon Before and After Trump"
The Spiciest Memelord - An Interview with Jeopardy Champ Lilly Chin
An Evening With Aparna Nancherla
Barbie and Mortal Kombat 20 Years Later
Glorianna Davenport, "The Networked Sensory Landscape Meets the Future of Documentary"
Charles Musser, "From Stereopticon to Telephone: The Selling of the President in the Gilded Age"
Sexual Harassment and Gender Equity in Science
Paul Roquet: "Desktop Reveries: Hand, Software, and the Space of Japanese Artist Animation"
Race and Racism in the 2016 Presidential Election