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spring 2014

Thurs., Mar. 6
5:15 - 7:15 pm
4-370
  Forum: Jenkins Returns
Henry Jenkins, Provost Professor, USC
Moderator: 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
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, 538 blog
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
A Forum conversation.
Introduction: William Corbett, MIT
Moderator: David Thorburn, MIT
     
Thurs., Nov. 1
5-7 pm
E14-633
  Forum: The Digital Public Library of America
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 20l2
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
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, Boston.com
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
Co-sponsor: The Technology & Culture Forum at MIT
     
Thurs., Nov. 10
5-7 pm
Bartos Theater
 

Forum: Cities and the Future of Entertainment
Futures of Entertainment Conference kickoff
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
Co-sponsor: MIT Anthropology Program
     
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 Litrature
Co-sponsor: Technology and Culture Forum
     
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 Univ.
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
Micah Sifry, Personal Democracy Forum
Co-sponsor: Center for Future Civic Media

     
Thurs., Nov. 18
5-7 pm
4-231
  Forum: Public Communications in Slow-Moving Crises
Abrahm Lustgarten, ProPublica
Andrea Pitzer, Nieman Storyboard
Rosalind Williams, MIT Science, Technology, and Society
Co-sponsor: Center for Future Civic Media

     
    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
 
  History of MIT Communications Forum: past calendars
 

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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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