MIT re:constructions
September 18, 2001 5:38 PM   Subscribe

MIT re:constructions has been doing an excellent job of analyzing the world media after the tragedy. If you're in the MIT area, check out the scheduled and ongoing events.
posted by jakd (2 comments total)
While I can't speak for other schools, I'd have to say MIT has done an increasingly good job since the first days of the tragedy... while allowing students leeway to mourn, they've also encouraged pushing on, and have made plenty of oppoprtunities for reflection available. Normally I differ significantly with the administration, but this time they are to be applauded.
posted by jjsocswim at 6:33 PM on September 18, 2001

I'm surprised more people haven't commented on this site -- I found it quite compelling, with a great deal of depth and an unbiased analysis of international coverage, objective definitions of the terms so frequently used in this week's flood of rhetoric... It even addresses the terrorists' exploitation of media itself. Thank you for this link.
posted by Dean King at 7:16 PM on September 18, 2001

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