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spring 2014

Thurs., Mar. 6
5:15 - 7:15 pm
4-370
  Forum: Jenkins Returns
Henry Jenkins, Provost Professor, USC
In conversation with: David Thorburn, MIT
     
Thurs. Apr. 3
5:15 - 7:15 pm
32-155
  Forum: Science In Fiction
Hanya Yanagihara, author, The People in the Trees
Alan Lightman, MIT; author, Einstein's Dreams
Moderator: Seth Mnookin, MIT
     
Thurs. Apr. 24
5-7 pm
66-110
  Forum: Online Annotation and the Future of Reading
Wyn Kelley, Literature, MIT
Kurt Fendt, Hyperstudio, MIT
Jeremy Dean, Education Czar, Rap Genius
Moderator: Noel Jackson, MIT
     
   
    fall 2013
Thurs., Sept. 12
5-7 pm
E14-633
  Forum: The Phoenix Burns Out: Remembering a Boston Institution
Carly Carioli, Boston.com
Anita Diamant, author (The Red House, Day After Night)
Lloyd Schwartz, UMass-Boston, NPR
Moderator: Seth Mnookin, MIT
     
Thurs. Oct. 10
5-7 pm
E14-633
  Forum: Born Digital
John Palfrey, Phillips Academy
In conversation with: Ethan Zuckerman, MIT
     
Thurs., Dec. 5
5-7 pm
66-110
  Forum: Long-Form Journalism: Behind the Scenes at The Atlantic
James Fallows, The Atlantic national correspondent
Corby Kummer, the Atlantic senior editor, food critic
Moderator: Tom Levenson, MIT
     
    spring 2013
Tues., Feb. 19
5-7 pm
E14-633
  Forum: Convergence Journalism? Emerging Documentary and Multimedia Forms of News
Alexandra Garcia, Washington Post
Jason Spingarn-Koff, New York Times
Moderator:
Sarah Wolozin, MIT
     
Thurs., Feb. 28
5-7 pm
Bartos Theater
  Forum: A Conversation with Nate Silver
Nate Silver, fivethirtyeight.com
In conversation with: Seth Mnookin, MIT
     
Thurs., March 21
5-7 pm
E14-633
  Forum: MOOCs and the Emerging Digital Classroom
Anant Agarwal, MIT
Alison Byerly, Middlebury College (at MIT 2012-13)
Daphne Koller, Stanford University
Moderator: David Thorburn, MIT
     
Thurs., April 11
5-7 pm
E14-633
  Forum: News or Entertainment? The Press in Modern Political Campaigns
Ta-Nehisi Coates, The Atlantic
Mark McKinnon, political advisor
Moderator: Seth Mnookin, MIT
     
Fri.-Sun.
May 3-5
TBA
  Conference: Media in Transition 8: public media, private media
call for papers
     
    fall 2012
Thurs., Oct. 25
5-7 pm
37-252

Marlar Lounge
  Forum: Linda Gregerson: Why I Write Poems
Linda Gregerson, poet
In conversation with: David Thorburn, MIT
     
Thurs., Nov. 1
5-7 pm
E14-633
  Forum: Digitizing the Culture of Print: The Digital Public Library of American and Other Urgent Projects
Robert Darnton, Harvard University Libraries
Susan Flannery, Cambridge Public Library
Moderator: Ann Wolpert, MIT Libraries
     
Thurs., Nov. 8
7-9 pm [Note Time]
E51-115 (Wong Aud.)
  Forum: New Media in West Africa
Derrick Ashong, musician, band leader (Soulfège)
Colin Maclay, Berkman Center
Fadzi Makanda, iROKO Partners
Moderator: Ralph Simon, media executive
Launches Futures of Entertainment 6 conference.
     
    spring 2012
Thurs., March 15
5-7 pm
E14-633


  Forum: The Future of the Post Office
Richard John, Columbia University
Kent Smith, U.S. Postal Service
David C. Williams, USPS Inspector General
Moderator: V.A. Shiva Ayyadurai, MIT
     
Tues., March 20
5-7 pm
Bartos Theater
  Forum: Documentary Film and New Technologies
Gerry Flahive, National Film Board of Canada
Shari Frilot, Sundance Film Festival
Ingrid Kopp, Tribeca Film Institute
Patricia R. Zimmermann, Ithaca College
Moderator: William Uricchio, MIT
     
Thurs., April 5
5-7 pm
E14-633
  Forum: Adapting Journalism to the Web
Jay Rosen, New York University
In conversation with: Ethan Zuckerman, MIT
A Knight Science Journalism event.
     
Friday, May 4
5-7 pm
Bartos Theater
  Forum: Electronic Literature and the Future of Books
Kate Hayles, Duke University
Nick Montfort, MIT
Rita Raley, UC Santa Barbara
Moderator: David Thorburn, MIT
This forum concludes a day-long symposium on the future of the book. Register for free at futurebook.mit.edu.
     
   

fall 2011

Thurs., Sept. 22
5-7 pm
Bartos Theater
  Forum: Local News in the Digital Age
Callie Crossley, WGBH
David Dahl, Boston Globe
Adam Gaffin, Universal Hub
Moderator:
Dan Kennedy, Northeastern University
     
Thurs., Oct. 27
5-7 pm
Bartos Theater
  Forum: Surveillance and Citizenship
Sandra Braman, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
Susan Landau, Harvard University
Marcos Novak, University of California, Santa Barbara
Moderator: Ethan Zuckerman, MIT
Co-sponsor: The Technology & Culture Forum at MIT
     
Thurs., Nov. 10
5-7 pm
Bartos Theater
 

Forum: Cities and the Future of Entertainment
Eduardo Paes, Mayor, Rio de Janeiro
Parmesh Shahani, Godrej India Culture Club
Ernest James Wilson III, University of Southern California
Moderator: Mauricio Mota, The Alchemists Transmedia Storytelling Co.

     
    spring 2011
Thurs., Feb. 24
5-7 pm
3-270
  Forum: Online News: Public Sphere or Echo Chamber?
Joshua Benton, Nieman Journalism Lab, Harvard
Pablo Boczkowski, Northwestern University
Moderator: Jason Spingarn-Koff, journalist and documentarian
     
NOTE DAY AND TIME:
Tues., April 12
Begins 7 pm
66-110
  Forum: A Conversation with Sherry Turkle
Sherry Turkle, MIT Program in Science, Technology, and Society
Moderator: David Thorburn, MIT Literature
     
May 13-15
Tang Center
  Conference: Media in Transition 7 unstable platforms:
the promise and peril of transition
     
    fall 2010
Thurs., Oct. 7
5-7 pm
Bartos Theater
  Forum: The Online Migration of Newspapers
David Carr, New York Times
Dan Kennedy, Northeastern University
Moderator: David Thorburn, MIT
     
Wed. (note day), Oct. 20, 5-7 pm
32-141
  Forum: Humanities in the Digital Age
Alison Byerly, Middlebury College
Steven Pinker, Harvard University
Moderator: David Thorburn, MIT
     
Thurs., Nov. 4
5-7 pm
E14-633
 

Forum: Civic Media and the Law
David Ardia, Citizen Media Law Project
Daniel Schuman, Sunlight Foundation
Moderator: Micah Sifry, Personal Democracy Forum

     
Thurs., Nov. 18
5-7 pm
4-231
  Forum: Communications in Slow-Moving Crises
Abrahm Lustgarten, ProPublica
Andrea Pitzer, Nieman Storyboard
Rosalind Williams, MIT Science, Technology, and Society
Moderator: Thomas Levenson, MIT

     
    spring 2010
Mon., March 1
(note day)
4-6:30 pm
E51-115
  Special Event: The Future of Civic Engagement in a Broadband-Enabled World
Eugene Huang, Federal Communications Commission
Followed by two panel discussions:
The Future of Government-Citizen Engagement; and
The Future of Digital Public Media
Co-sponsor: Center for Future Civic Media
     
Thurs., March 18
5-7 pm
32-155
  Forum: Government Transparency and Collaborative Journalism
Linda Fantin, Minnesota Public Radio
Ellen Miller, Sunlight Foundation
Moderator: Chris Csikszentmihalyi, MIT
Co-sponsor: Center for Future Civic Media
     
Thurs., April 1
5-7 pm
3-270
  Forum: The Gutenberg Parenthesis: Oral Tradition and Digital Technologies
Thomas Pettitt, University of Southern Denmark
Respondent: Peter Donaldson, MIT Literature
Moderator: James Paradis, MIT Writing and Humanistic Studies
Co-sponsor: Writing and Humanistic Studies
     
Thurs., April 15
5-7 pm
32-155
  Forum: Civics in Difficult Places
Ethan Zuckerman, Berkman Center, Harvard
additional speakers tba
Co-sponsor: Center for Future Civic Media
     
Thurs., April 22
5-7 pm
Bartos Theater
  Forum: Jenkins's Farewell
Henry Jenkins, USC
Moderator: William Uricchio, MIT
     
Thurs., May 20
3-4:30 pm
(note time)
Bartos Theater
  Forum: Graphical Expressions of Humanistic Interpretation in Digital Environments
Johanna Drucker, UCLA
Respondents: Nick Montfort, MIT
David Small, illustrator
Moderator: Kurt Fendt, MIT
     
    fall 2009
Thurs., Oct. 8
5-7 pm
Bartos Theater
  Forum: Race, Politics and American Media
Juan Williams, NPR, Fox News
In conversation with
Phillip Thompson, MIT
David Thorburn, MIT
     
Thurs., Nov. 5
5-7 pm
32-155
  Forum: What's New at the MIT Center for Future Civic Media?
The latest projects from the Center.
various speakers
Moderator: Chris Csikszentmihalyi, MIT
     
Thurs., Nov. 12
5-7 pm
66-110
  Forum: The Culture Beat and New Media: Arts Journalism in the Internet Era
William Marx, Theartsfuse.com, BU
Doug McLennan, Artsjournal.com
Moderator: David Thorburn, MIT
     
    spring 2009
Thurs., Feb. 26
5-7 pm
Bartos Theater
  Forum: Politics and Popular Culture
Johanna Blakley, Norman Lear Center (USC)
David Carr, New York Times
Stephen Duncombe, NYU
Moderator: Henry Jenkins, MIT
     
Thurs., April 2
5-7 pm
Bartos Theater
  Forum: Film Music and Digital Media
Dan Carlin, Berklee School of Music
Paul Chihara, UCLA
 
Moderator: Marty Marks, MIT
     
Thurs., April 23
5-7 pm
E25-111
  Forum: Global Media
Carolina Acosta-Alzuru, Univ. of Georgia
Jonathan Gray, Fordham Univ.
Aswin Punathambekar, Univ. of Michigan
Abderrahmane Sissako, African filmmaker
Moderator: Henry Jenkins, MIT
     
Fri.-Sun.
April 24-26
E51
  Conference: MiT6: stone and papyrus, storage and transmission
     
  fall 2008
 
Thurs., Sept. 25
5-7 pm
Bartos Theater
  Forum: The Campaign & the Media, 1
John Carroll, Boston University
Ellen Goodman, The Boston Globe
Tom Rosenstiel, Project for Excellence in Journalism
   
Tues., Oct. 14 (note day)
5-7 pm
4-237
 Forum: Literature/ History/ Biography
Stephen Greenblatt, Harvard University
respondent: Diana Henderson, MIT
   

Thurs., Oct. 16
5-7 pm
Bartos Theater

 Forum: Books and Libraries in the Digital Age
Robert Darnton, Harvard University Library
   
Thurs., Nov. 13
5-7 pm
Bartos Theater
 Forum: The Campaign & the Media, 2
Marc Ambinder, The Atlantic
Cyrus Krohn, Republic National Committee eCampaign
Ian Rowe, MTV
     
  spring 2008
 
Thurs., March 6
5-7 pm
Bartos Theater
 Forum: Prime Time in Transition
John Romano, Third Watch, Party of Five, Hill Street Blues
   
Thurs., March 13
5-7 pm
Bartos Theater
 Forum: Global Television
Eggo Muller, Utrech University
Roberta Pearson, University of Nottingham
William Uricchio, MIT
   
Thurs., April 10
5-7 pm
Bartos Theater
 Forum: Our World Digitized: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
Yochai Benkler, Harvard Law School
Cass Sunstein, University of Chicago Law School
   
Thurs., April 24
5-7 pm
Bartos Theater
 Forum: Youth and Civic Engagement
Lance Bennett, University of Washington
Ingebord Endter, MIT Center for Future Civic Media
Alan Khazei, City Year
     
  fall 2007
 
Thurs., Sept. 20
5-7 pm
Bartos Theater
 Forum: What Is Civic Media?
Chris Csikszentmihalyi, Media Lab
Henry Jenkins, Comparative Media Studies (CMS)
Beth Noveck, New York Law School
Ethan Zuckerman, Berkman Center for Internet and Society
   
Thurs., Oct. 4
5-7 p.m.
Bartos Theater
 Forum: Collective Intelligence
Karim Lakhani, Harvard Business School
Thomas Malone, MIT Sloan School of Management

Alex (Sandy) Pentland, MIT Media Lab
   
Thurs., Nov. 8
5-7 pm
Bartos Theater
 Forum: Games and Civic Engagement
Mario Armstrong, NPR technology reporter
Ian Bogost, Persuasive Games: The Expressive power of Videogames
Moderator:
Eric Klopfer, MIT Teacher Education Program
   
Thurs., Nov. 15
5-7 pm
Bartos Theater
 Forum: NBC's Heroes: From "Appointment TV " to "Engagement TV "?
Heroes producers Jesse Alexander and Mark Warshaw
Moderator: Henry Jenkins, MIT Comparative Media Studies
     
  spring 2007
 
Thurs., Feb. 15
5-7 pm
3-270
 Forum: Remixing Shakespeare
Peter Donaldson, MIT
Diana Henderson, MIT
Moderator: Mary Fuller, MIT
   
Thurs., March 1
5-7 pm
3-270
 Forum: What's New at the Media Lab?
Frank Moss, MIT Media Lab
Henry Jenkins, MIT CMS
   
Thurs., April 5
5-7 pm
3-270
 Forum: Evangelicals and the Media
Rev. Amy McCreath, MIT
Gary Schneeberger, Focus on the Family
Jon Walker, Purpose Driven Life
Diane Winston, USC
   
April 27-29  Conference: MiT5: creativity, ownership and collaboration in the digital age
     
  fall 2006
 

Tues., Sept 19
[note day]
5-7 pm
Bartos Theater

 Forum: The Emergence of Citizens' Media
Alex Beam, Boston Globe
Ellen Foley, Wisconson State Journal
Dan Gillmor, Center for Citizen Media
   
Thurs., Sept. 21
5-7 pm
3-270
 Forum: News, Information and the Wealth of Networks
Yochai Benkler, Yale Law School
Henry Jenkins, MIT

William Uricchio, MIT
   
Thurs., Oct. 5
tba
Bartos Theater
 Forum: Why Newspapers Matter
Jerome Armstrong, Crashing the Gate
Pablo Boczkowski, Northwestern Univ.
Tom Rosenstiel, Project for Excellence in Journalism
David Thorburn, MIT
   
Thurs., Nov. 16
5-7 pm
Bartos Theater
 Forum: The Craft of Science Fiction
Joe Haldeman, The Forever War
   
  spring 2006
 
Thurs., Feb. 23
2-2:30 pm

Bartos Theater
 Screening: Death and the Powers
Tod Machover, MIT Media Lab, presents a 15-minute fragment of his opera-in-progress on which he is collaborating with former Poet Laureate Robert Pinsky. Brief discussion follows the screening.
   
Thurs., Feb. 23
3-3:30 pm

Bartos Theater
 Screening: Death and the Powers
Tod Machover, MIT Media Lab, presents a 15-minute fragment of his opera-in-progress on which he is collaborating with former Poet Laureate Robert Pinsky. Brief discussion follows the screening.
   
Thurs., Feb. 23
5:30-7:30 pm
Bartos Theater
 Forum: A Conversation with Robert Pinsky
The former poet laureate discusses his new book The Life of David and reads his poetry. [Pinsky's BU Web page]
   
Wed., March 8
[note day]

5-7 pm
Bartos Theater
 Forum: TV's New Economics
David Poltrack, CBS Television
Jorge Schement, Penn. State
   
Thurs., April 6
5-7 pm
Bartos Theater
 Forum: TV News in Transition
Juju Chang, ABC News
Neal Shapiro, former president, NBC News
   
Thurs., April 20
5-7 pm
Bartos Theater
 Forum: TV's Great Writer
David Milch, Deadwood, NYPD Blue, Hill Street Blues
     
  fall 2005
 
Thurs., Sept. 22
5-7 pm
32-155
 

Forum: The Future of the Digital Commons
Nancy Kranich, former president, American Library Association
Steven Pinker, Harvard University
Ann Wolpert, director, MIT Libraries

   
Thurs. Oct. 6
5-7 pm
Bartos Theater
 Forum: Is Popular Culture Good for You?
Steven Johnson, author Everything Bad Is Good For You
Jason Mittell, Middlebury College
   
Thurs., Oct. 20
5-7 pm
3-270
 Forum: Spinners and Bloggers: Political Communications in the Digital Age
Deborah Hayes, PEW Charitable Trusts
Rebecca MacKinnon, Berkman Center for Internet & Society
Brian Reich, Campaign Web Review
   
Thurs., Nov. 17
5-7 pm
Bartos Theater
 

Forum: Cell Phone Culture
James Katz, Rutgers Univ.
Jing Wang, MIT

     
   spring 2005
 
Thurs., Feb. 17
5-7 pm
Bartos Theater
  Forum: Election 2004 and Beyond: Did the Media Fail?
Terence Smith, PBS NewsHour
Cathy Young, Boston Globe, Reason magazine
    

Thurs., March 31
5-7 pm
Bartos Theater

  Forum: What's New at the MIT Media Lab?: Technologies for the Young and the Restless
Chris Csikszentmihályi
Mitchel Resnick
    
Thurs., April 21
5-7 pm
6-120
 

Forum: Branding and the Urban Landscape
Jon Cropper, Young & Rubicam

Thomas Ryan, EMI Music North America
Jesse Shapins, Yellow Arrow , Counts Media

    
May 6-8 

Conference: MiT4: the work of stories

     
   fall 2004
 
Thurs., Sept. 23
5-7 pm
Bartos Theater
  Forum: MIT OpenCourseWare: a Status Report
Steven Lerman, Center for Educational Computing Initiatives
Anne Margulies, OCW Executive Director
    
Thurs., Oct. 14
5-6:45 pm
Bartos Theater
  Forum: New Media, Old Politics?
Henry Jenkins, MIT Comparative Media Studies
Garret Loporto, TrueMajority.org
Joe Trippi, The Revolution Will Not Be Televised
co-sponsor: The Technology & Culture Forum at MIT
    
Thurs., Oct. 21
5-7 pm
E25-111
  Forum: Media Literacy: Learning and Understanding in the Digital Age
Roberto Aparici, MIT Comparative Media Studies
Robyn Quin, Edith Cowan University (Australia)
Alycia Scott-Hiser, TechBoston Academy
Kim Slack, HOME Inc.
Moderator: Alan Michel, HOME Inc.
    
Thurs., Oct. 28
5-7 pm
Bartos Theater
  Forum: New Roles for Established Media?
Alex Jones, Shorentstein Center on the Press, Politics, and Public Policy, Harvard University
Mark Jurkowitz, Boston Globe
Amy Mitchell, Project for Excellence in Journalism
Moderator: Stephen Van Evera, MIT Political Science
co-sponsor:
The Technology & Culture Forum at MIT
  
Thurs., Nov. 18
5-7 pm
E25-111
  Forum: Copyright Wars
Donna Ferullo, Purdue University Copyright Office
Michael Meurer, BU School of Law
     
   spring 2004
 
Thurs., Feb. 19
5-7 pm
Bartos Theater
  Forum: Writing and Producing in Prime Time
Writer and producer John Romano, Hill Street Blues, Third Watch, American Dreams
    
Thurs., March 11
5-7 pm
Bartos Theater
  Forum: Interactive Television
Josh Bernoff, Forrester Research
Dale Herigstad, Schematic TV
    
Thurs., March 18
5-7 pm
4-237
  Forum: The Emerging Mediascape
Jeffrey Dvorkin, National Public Radio
Mark Jurkowitz, Boston Globe
    
Thurs., April 1
5-7 p.m.
Bartos Theater
  Forum: Changing Media, Changing Audiences
Betsy Frank (interview), MTV
Moderator: Henry Jenkins, MIT
    
Thurs., April 8
5-7 p.m.
Bartos Theater
  Forum: Movies and Digital Piracy
Jack Valenti, (interview), Motion Picture Association of America
Moderator: Thomas Doherty, Brandeis University
    
   fall 2003
 
Thurs., Sept. 25
5-7 pm
Bartos Theater
  Forum: Pinker's Farewell
Steven Pinker, Harvard Univ
.
Moderator: S. J. Keyser, MIT
    
Thurs., Oct. 30
5-7 pm
4-237
  Forum: Are National Television Systems Obsolete?
James Carey, Columbia Univ.
Elihu Katz, Hebrew Univ. and Univ. of Pennsylvania
William Uricchio, MIT
    
Thurs., Nov. 13
5-7 pm
Wong Aud., E51
  Forum: Covering Iraq: American Media vs. the World?
Alex Jones, Shorentstein Center on the Press, Politics, and Public Policy
Danny Schechter, Journalist and Media Critic
    
Fri., Nov. 21
4-6 pm
Bartos Theater
  Special Forum: E-topia/ Designing Cambridge: 21st Century Communications for our Community
William Mitchell, School of Architecture and Planning, Program in Media Arts and Sciences
  

 

Sat., Nov. 22
10-11 am
6-120
  Special Forum: E-topia/ Designing Cambridge: How Can Information Technologies Serve Cambridge?
    
Sat., Nov. 22
11:15am-12:15pm
6-120
  Special Forum: E-topia/ Designing Cambridge: How Well Does Media Serve Cambridge Citizens?
     
   spring 2003
 
Thurs. Feb. 27
5-7 pm
3-133
  Forum: Is TV Drama Obsolete?
Jimmie L. Reeves, Texas Tech Univ.
Robert J. Thompson, Syracuse Univ.
    

Thurs., April 3
5-7 pm
Bartos Theater

  Forum: Writing and Producing in Prime Time
John Romano, writer and producer, American Dreams
    
Thurs., April 17
5-7 pm
3-270
  Forum: Demographic Vistas
Thomas Streeter, Univ. of Vermont
Susan Whiting, CEO, Nielsen Media Research
    
Fri.-Sun.
May 2-4
Bartos Theater
  Conference: Media in Transition 3: television
    
   fall 2002
 
Thurs., Sept 19
5-7 pm
Bartos Theater
  Forum: Who Owns Research and Teaching?
Hal Abelson, MIT EECS, co-founder Creative Commons
Ann Wolpert, Director of MIT Libraries
    
Thurs., Oct 3
5-7 pm
Bartos Theater
  Forum: Creativity/Markets/Copyright
Rosemary Coombe, author The Cultural Life of Intellectual Properties
Mark Lloyd, Civil Rights Forum on Communication Policy
Respondent:
W. Curtiss Priest, Center for Information, Technology & Society
    

Tues., Oct 22
5-7 pm
26-100

  Smart Mobs: The Next Social Revolution
Howard Rheingold
co-sponsor: authors@mit
    
Mon., Nov 4
5-7 pm
Bartos Theater
  America at War? A Conversation With Helen Thomas
Respondents:

Henry Jenkins
, CMS
Charles Stewart, MIT Political Science
     
Wed., Nov 6
5-7 pm
Bartos Theater
  Forum: Copyright and Culture
Siva Vaidhyanathan, NYU, author Copyrights and Copywrongs
Jonathan Zittrain, Berkman Center for Internet & Society
    
Thurs., Nov 14
5-7 pm
Bartos Theater
  Forum: Culture Talk on Public Radio
Ellen Kushner, WGBH
     

 

 

spring 2002
 

Thurs., Feb 21
5-7 pm
Bartos Theater
  Forum: Children's Culture and New Media
Special, two-part forum
Howard Blumenthal, Where in the World Is Carmen Sandiego?
Gerard Jones, author of Killing Monsters: Why Children Need Fantasy, Superheroes and Make Believe Violence
Craig Walker, The Magic School Bus

Alan Kay, Squeak.org
Mitchel Resnick, Lifelong Kindergarten
 
   
Thurs., March 7
5-7 pm
Bartos Theater
  Forum: Transformations of the Book
Jason Epstein,
author of Book Business: Publishing: Past, Present, and Future
Steven Pinker, MIT
    
Thurs., April 4
5-7 pm
Bartos Theater
  Forum: Humor on the Web
John Aboud, Modern Humorist
Michael Colton, Modern Humorist
Tim Harrod, The Onion
    
Thurs., April 18
5-7 pm
Bartos Theater
  Forum: Religion and the Internet
Charles Henderson, The First Church of Cyberspace
Elena Larson, PEW Internet & American Life Project
Scott Thumma, Hartford Institute for Religious Studies

 

   

Thurs., April 25
5-7 pm
Bartos Theater

  Forum: Alternative Media
David Goodman, Boston Community Reporters Project
Marc Stern, Bentley College
    
Thurs., May 9
5-7 pm
E51-145
  Forum: World Media and Monopoly
John Hartley, Queensland University of Technology (Australia)
Danny Schechter, MediaChannel.org
Respondent: Ingrid Volkmer, Kennedy School of Government
    
Fri.-Sun.
May 10-12
Bldg. E51
Tang Ctr.
  Conference: Media in Transition 2: globalization and convergence
 
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Fri.-Sun.
May 10-12
Bldg. E51
Tang Ctr.
  Conference: Media in Transition 2: globalization and convergence
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