The media, history and culture cluster provides students with knowledge about the evolution of mass media, and the power of the media to shape our identities, our everyday lives, and the world in which we live.
Drawing on a range of traditions in critical and cultural studies, students learn about how a range of media ⎯including film, television, and new media ⎯ influence constructions of gender, class, and race in cultures.
Media policy analyst, media historian, communications researcher, writer, blogger, academic, and many more!
- MFCO203 Media History
- GEND205 Gender and the Media
- MFCO212 Media and Intercultural Communication
- MFCO217 Television Studies
- MFCO230 Writing for the Media
- MFCO312 Communication and the City
- MFCO313 Culture, Politics, Policy & Global Media
- MFCO315 Digital Media & Society