Call for Engagement with the Wright Center for the Study of Computation and Just Communities

At our first brainstorming session on December 15, 2020, we raised a host of interesting questions and subjects related to the broad mission of the Center and ripe for interdisciplinary study. Among these is the subject "fake news" and propaganda, and more broadly, the role of storytelling in all modes and media in creating social climate and animating/driving social thought and action. To that end, we invite participation over the break between winter and spring quarters to a Zoom meeting: "Fake News, Propaganda, and the Narrative Force - Historical, Aesthetic, Computational, and Cultural Considerations", for Monday, April 5, 3-5PM.

Please contact Christine Monigle for the link to sign up for this event.

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