This website serves as a hub for connecting faculty and students engaged in the study of media and technology at Cornell. Media Studies at Cornell occurs in a number of unique disciplines, and this site seeks to both identify the variety of approaches to the study of media, and bring together the intellectual interests that unite faculty and students across the disciplinary divides.
By: Daniel Aloi, Cornell Chronicle January 23, 2017 The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation has approved $1.1 million to extend the Mellon Collaborative Studies in Architecture, Urbanism and the Humanities (AUH) interdisciplinary seminar series at Cornell for four years. “The grant supports innovative, cross-disciplinary coursework on one of the most pressing problems of this generation: the rapid … Continue reading “Mellon grant extends collaborative seminar series”
By: Arts & Sciences Communications January 20, 2017 Cornell Cinema will host several special events and series this semester, including “Skin” in partnership with The Society for the Humanities and an LGBT festival in partnership with the Feminist, Gender & Sexuality Studies Program and the LGBT Resource Center. The highlight of the “Skin” series will be a … Continue reading “‘Skin,’ LGBT festival highlight Cornell Cinema spring events”
By: Melanie Lefkowitz, Cornell Chroncile January 19, 2017 Students and faculty interested in learning the tools and techniques of digital humanities can take advantage of a new dedicated workspace in Olin Library, which will host workshops, training sessions and events relating to the evolving field. The new workspace, the Digital CoLab, will be equipped with tools … Continue reading “New Digital CoLab applies tech to humanities research”