[Air-L] Technology and authority: Graduate programs

Kimberly De Vries cuuixsilver at gmail.com
Thu May 22 22:20:54 PDT 2008

Media and Culture at Utrecht University, NL, Information and Media at
University of Aarhus, DK.

--In fact Utrecht has a huge and relative to the field, a long established

On Thu, May 22, 2008 at 2:52 PM, Brian Wickhem <wickhem at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello fine scholars and researchers,
> I'm currently looking around for Ph.D tracks and scholars for graduate
> school (fall '09).  I'm most interested in how new media is being used to
> challenge authority: digital music, memes, mobile communications.
> After a good amount of research, I created this short list of programs that
> seem to be a good fit, thought it might be nice to spread it around for
> future students' benefits:
> USC (Anneberg School)
> UC Davis (Communications)
> Northwestern (Media, Technology and Society)
> Northwestern (Technology and Behavior Studies)
> Washington (Communications)
> NYU (Media, Culture, and Communications)
> Utah (Communications)
> U of Illinois at Chicago (Communications)
> Iowa (Communication Studies)
> UC San Diego (Communications)
> Michigan State (Communications Arts and Sciences)
> Cornell (Science and Technology Studies)
> Michigan (Communications Studies)
> Georgia Tech (Language, Literature, and Communications)
> UC Santa Barbara (Communications)
> Georgetown (Communication, Culture, and Technolgy)
> Rutgers (School of Communication, Information, and Library Studies)
> Virginia Tech (Science and Technology Studies)
> MIT (MediaLab) (really only a good one if you have experience in
> hardware/computer programming, though...)
> Anyone have any further suggestions as to where I/others should be looking?
> Any further advice would be great...and thanks in advance.  Always look
> forward to the daily posts!
> Brian Wickhem
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Kim De Vries


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