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Sherleen Miller, untitled photograph with bicycle and television, ca. 1972. Experimental Television Center Collection, Rose Goldsen Archive, Cornell University
The means through which society is reflected, tested, challenged, and changed.

Media Studies

Media are the means through which society is reflected, tested, challenged, and changed. Our Media Studies program encompasses a broad historical reach and encourages  collaborative interaction among the disciplines from classics to information science. Exploring diverse modes of communication from hieroglyphs to algorithms, Media Studies allows students to gain skills in interpretation, evaluation and formal media production.

 

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Mar 07
Thursday 05:00 PM

Transmedia Ecologies of Korean "New Retro"

A.D. White House Guerlac Room
Mar 08
Friday 12:00 PM
Mar 11
Monday 04:45 PM
Mar 22
Friday 12:00 PM
Apr 12
Friday 12:00 PM
Apr 12
Friday 04:30 PM

Cornell Media Studies presents Lisa Parks

Goldwin Smith Hall Kaufmann Auditorium
May 03
Friday 12:00 PM

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Affirming the centrality of media to our times

Cornell Media Studies is unique for its broad historical reach, and for the collaborative interaction among the disciplines from Classics to Information Science.

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