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New Media (Spring 2015)

This seminar explores our inexorable movement from atoms to bits — from the centralized media landscape of the twentieth century, to that of the current bazaar of networked digital cultures. “New Media” represents a paradigm shift in the ways we produce and consume culture, and these shifts are, in turn, changing us. This course will […]

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New Media (Spring 2014)

New Media (Spring 2014)

This seminar explores our inexorable movement from atoms to bits — from the centralized media landscape of the twentieth century, to that of the current bazaar of networked digital cultures. 28092 NMAC 4460.01 MW 11a-12:15p: New Media (#NewMediaClass) “New Media” represents a paradigm shift in the ways we produce and consume culture, and these shifts […]

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HUMN 4460, the Senior Seminar in New Media (#NewMediaClass), explores our inexorable movement from atoms to bits: from media based on the physical to that based on the movement of digital information centered around the networked computer.

New Media (Spring 2013)

HUMN 4460, the Senior Seminar in New Media (#NewMediaClass), explores our inexorable movement from atoms to bits: from media based on the physical to that based on the movement of digital information centered around the networked computer.

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HUMN 4460, the Senior Seminar in New Media, explores our inexorable movement from atoms to bits: from media based on the physical to that based on the movement of digital information centered around the networked computer.

New Media, Spring 2012

HUMN 4460, the Senior Seminar in New Media, explores our inexorable movement from atoms to bits: from media based on the physical to that based on the movement of digital information centered around the networked computer.

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New Media, Spring 2011

The senior seminar in new media seminar explores our inexorable movement from atoms to bits: from media based on the physical (record players, tape recorders, VCRs, newspapers, books, records) to that based on the movement of digital information (computers, VR, DVRs, MP3s, etexts, video-on-demand).

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This course explores our inexorable movement from atoms to bits: from media based on the physical (record players, tape recorders, VCRs, newspapers, books, records) -- what some would call "dead media" -- to that based on the movement of digital information (computers, VR, DVRs, MP3s, etexts, video-on-demand).

New Media, Spring 2010

This course explores our inexorable movement from atoms to bits: from media based on the physical (record players, tape recorders, VCRs, newspapers, books, records) — what some would call “dead media” — to that based on the movement of digital information (computers, VR, DVRs, MP3s, etexts, video-on-demand).

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