CSCL 3220W: Screen Cultures

3 CreditsArts/HumanitiesTechnology and SocietyWriting Intensive

Screens increasingly define the ways that we communicate with one another and how we encounter the world. This course will offer a critical, historical approach to the emergence of “screen cultures” from the beginning of photography and cinema to our own age of ubiquitous touch screen displays. We will pay a great deal of attention to the ways that such technologies drive our patterns of consumption and production as well as how they create and define our social environments.

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