Comparative Media Studies/Writing
With “In Event of Moon Disaster,” the MIT Center for Advanced Virtuality aims to educate the public on deepfakes with an alternative history of the moon landing.
MIT writer’s new work, “Three Flames,” explores the fractures and bonds among kin in a rebuilding society.
Revolutionizing video games with physics, Weaver has also influenced MIT students with lessons on design, virtual reality, storytelling, and games for social change.
How the humanities, arts, and social science fields can help shape the MIT Schwarzman College of Computing — and benefit from advanced computing.
Media historian and expert on conservatism considers the end of rational dialog.
Program creates a new hub for pedagogy and research in time-based media.
Grantees will spend the 2019-2020 academic year pursuing research and teaching opportunities abroad.
A novel computational model that considers how users have been conditioned to think about race might facilitate training for teachers and students.
Three MIT undergraduates honored for their academic achievements.
Junior Ivy Li, a literature and physics major, adapts a legendary work and innovates in an enduring literary tradition.