Discuss evolving technology of television as part of ”Interpreting Capitalism” program

BrownFlyerNicholas Brown, the 2014 Baker-Nord Scholar-in-Residence and English professor from the University of Illinois-Chicago, will give a talk titled, “What’s on TV?” on Monday, April 7, at 4:30 p.m. in Clark Hall 309.

In his talk, he will discuss topics such as the kind of technology people use to watch their favorite shows and what those shows are. Brown will explain how contemporary distribution technologies and viewing habits have altered television’s impact on culture and the economy. His talk is the final program in the Baker-Nord Center for the Humanities’ yearlong theme of “Interpreting Capitalism.”

Registration is recommended. All events are free and open to the public.

For more information about April’s events, call Maggie Kaminski from the Baker-Nord Center at 216.368.2242 or visit case.edu/humanities.