This track offers students the opportunity to study relationships among different forms of media, cinema, and digital culture. Students will be able to analyze film, television, social networks, video games, zines, and other media from a variety of critical, historical, and theoretical perspectives.
In addition, students will be able to explore historical and contemporary developments in media technologies, industry structures, shifts in mainstream and independent narrative, and formal conventions, along with historical and emerging global cultural practices.
For further information, contact:
Professor Elana Levine
Curtin Hall 485