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.
CM classes provided the lessons and tools to help her create meaningful digital designs to better serve communities.
Laura Grace loves visual storytelling and is also a bit of a brand messaging nerd which puts her in a perfect sweet spot for helping creative business owners visually tell their stories.
The project will culminate in a dance performance with students from Kennesaw State University
Ilya Kaminksy came to the United States from Odessa, Ukraine, as a teenager.
“The role that LMC plays in the humanistic side of what our students take away from their Tech experience is more important than ever. ”Steven W. McLaughlin, Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs at Georgia Tech