Literature, Media, and Communication (LMC) defines new models of intellectual inquiry and practice that bring diverse humanistic perspectives to bear on technological invention and innovation. LMC researches and teaches how humanities shape and are shaped by science and technology. Faculty and students assess and inform technological and scientific change by creating, analyzing, and critiquing a broad range of media forms and cultural practices.
From alien warrior queens to fighting housewives and heroic astronauts – In her latest book, The Future is Female!, Dr. Yaszek highlights stories written between the 1920s and the feminist movements of the 1970s.
"I was offered an internship with the Urban Media Lab by the incredible Dr. Ayda Melika. I jumped at the opportunity, never thinking I would be working in my prospective industry so early in my college career."
Ariel runs her own blog called My Pink Docs aimed towards bringing an authentic, informative, and humorous voice to substantial issues multifaceted millennial women face.
The National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) has named the award-winning book of poetry Deaf Republic by School of Literature, Media, and …
Carol Senf, a noted expert in Dracula and Gothic literature, says real life is scarier than any horror novel could hope to be.
“LMC plays a vital role at Georgia Tech, both in educating majors in six threads of enormous contemporary significance (Literature; Media; Communication; Social Justice; Design; and Science, Technology, and Culture), as well as in enriching the worldview of students in other disciplines. ”Ángel Cabrera, President