Courses Taught and Designed by CIS

by Nishant Shah last modified Aug 20, 2011 10:47 PM
not only introduce the area to students but also capture technology as crucial to the practices of producing knowledge and of class-room teaching. CIS hopes to partner with different spaces in Indian and Asian academia to design unique courses, workshops and seminars that are geared towards multidisciplinary understanding of technologies and the technologised nature of the world that we live in.
Cyberspace in its Plurality: Cybercultures Workshop at TISS, Mumbai by Nishant Shah — last modified Oct 31, 2008 10:38 AM
Cyberspace has become one of the most potent and persuasive metaphors of our times, enveloping and embracing a wide range and scope of areas across disciplines and perspectives. The cybercultures workshop is designed to be an introduction to the multiplicity of cyberspaces and internet technologies and the key questions which have emerged in the almost four decades of cyberculture theory. The workshop is designed across four days; each day dealing with a certain understanding of cyberspace – in its materiality, in its imagination, in its instrumentality – in order to present a comprehensive view of the vast terrain of cyberspace and its intersections with the contemporary worlds we live in.
Gender and Technology by Sanchia de Souza — last modified Aug 20, 2011 10:47 PM
A course module designed by CIS for the Centre for the Study of Culture and Society, Bangalore
Metaphors and Narratives by Sanchia de Souza — last modified Aug 20, 2011 10:47 PM
A course designed for Christ College, Bangalore

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