Jack Hamilton pays homage to the great musician in Slate.
UVA's Department of Media Studies analyzes media culture, technology, labor, literacy, policy, infrastructure, and inequity. Our goal is to provide students with the tools to evaluate and shape media. With global reach, our faculty and students examine media from a variety of perspectives that include media history, aesthetics and form, audience analysis, media uses, the impact of media on public opinion, and the relations between media and the law.
Professor Kevin Driscoll
on the release of
The Modem World
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Originally published in 1898, Gabriel Tarde’s essay “Opinion and Conversation” can be read as a series of propositions about the interaction of press, conversation, opinion and action, anticipating today’s “deliberative democracy.”
Siva Vaidhyanathan speaks to KCRW.
Aynne Kokas cited in Tortoise.
David Nemer's book reviewed in NACLA Report o