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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.

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“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

  

      

Faculty Highlight

Anne Sullivan

Dr. Sullivan's research explores the ways we can encourage and enable underrepresented voices in games. Her work has been shown internationally and at the SAAM Arcade event at the Smithsonian American Art Museum.

Staff Highlight

Renee Jamieson

As the ADGS I see my position as student support. That could mean anything from advising, recruitment, connecting students with internship opportunities, organizing the GRA/GTA hires, and so on.

Student Highlight

Sarah Engel

"The CoLab has been a great resource for career development, and student media organizations have been a great way to make friends and add to my skillset. Show those engineers that liberal arts can’t be taken for granted!"

Alumni Highlight

Adam LeDoux

"Computational Media taught me how to see the computer not just as a tool, but as a medium for artistic expression, and it taught to view the making of art as the technological process it always has been."

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