[Air-L] Liberal arts colleges and new media

McLaughlin, Lisa M. Dr. mclauglm at muohio.edu
Tue Sep 14 15:37:44 PDT 2010

Well, if you want to take a gamble on the future, Miami University-Ohio just
initiated a Comparative Media Studies program this academic year, with a
focus on new media, and the program has some excellent (mostly new) faculty
members. Miami U is very much a liberal arts university.



Lisa McLaughlin, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Media Studies & Program in Women¹s, Gender, and
Sexuality Studies
Co-editor, Feminist Media Studies
Miami University-Ohio

Mass Communication 
Williams Hall
Miami University-Ohio
Oxford, Ohio 45056
Tele: 513-529-3547
Fax: 513-529-1835
Email: mclauglm at muohio.edu

On 9/14/10 6:31 PM, "CJ Pascoe" <c.j.pascoe at coloradocollege.edu> wrote:

> Hi all,
> I'm wondering if anyone on this sage list can point me to a liberal
> arts college with a strong new media program?
> Thanks so much!
> CJ
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