Why gender bias in science matters

March 22, 2013 nyupressblog 0

—Sue V. Rosser The Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences published an article last September that caused quite a stir around the country. In it, a group of researchers at Yale reported groundbreaking findings

Introduction to Spreadable Media

January 25, 2013 nyupressblog 0

At long last, Spreadable Media by Henry Jenkins, Sam Ford, and Joshua Green has published! This week marked the book’s debut, along with the final roll out of web exclusive essays, all available in the enhanced online component to

New Spreadable Media essays: Week 3

December 10, 2012 nyupressblog 0

We’re at week three since launching the online component of Spreadable Media: Creating Value and Meaning in a Networked Culture! Here are this week’s round of web exclusive essays written by selected contributors who have shaped the argument put forth

Following the science of eyewitness identification

December 7, 2012 nyupressblog 0

—David A. Harris A decision by Oregon’s Supreme Court on eyewitness identification procedures has re-set the way that juries and courts in that state will think about eyewitness identification. According to the New York Times editorial on the case,

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