Terrence E Schenold
Intensive readings in specific topic. Students complete individual research projects. Satisfies the CHID senior thesis requirement. Prerequisite: CHID 390.
A research seminar exploring critical conversations about the significance of digital media for our conceptions of perception, thought, memory, creativity, and expression in a variety of fields, including philosophy, philosophy of technology, media studies, and game studies. The course is designed to facilitate students in developing their own inquiry and completing significant individual or collaborative research projects on digital media and cyberculture. This class can be applied towards the CHID senior thesis requirement or it can be used to develop a stand-alone research project.
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