The Center for Advanced Media Studies

CAMS facilitates the historical, cultural, and linguistic analysis of how ideas are communicated in the mass media through events, courses, and graduate fellowships.

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Earn a Graduate Certificate

The Graduate Certificate Program in Film and Media educates doctoral candidates in the theory, aesthetics, and history of film, video, and other audiovisual media.

Become A Fellow

Fellows, who can come from any discipline in the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences, focus on a media-related aspect of their research and studies during the fellowship.

A Pioneer at the Podium

A Pioneer at the Podium

‘The Conductor,’ a documentary directed by JHU Professor of Media Studies Bernadette Wegenstein, explores the trailblazing career of conductor Marin Alsop.

March 10-13: NeMLA 2022 in Baltimore

March 10-13: NeMLA 2022 in Baltimore

We will take advantage of our much-awaited annual gathering to think and rethink in person our practices of care, intellectual and otherwise, and reframe these in light of our new or renewed priorities. We understand care as the practice of interdependency, admitting our vulnerabilities as humans, animals, and other living organisms of the pre- and […]

Jane Jin Kaisen – 2022 Artist in Residence

Jane Jin Kaisen – 2022 Artist in Residence

CAMS welcomes its 2022 Artist in Residence – Jane Jin Kaisen! During her stay, Kaisen will engage with the centering academic and public programming, including an installation at the Parkway Theater in Baltimore. Jane Jin Kaisen (born 1980 in Jeju Island, lives in Copenhagen) is a visual artist, filmmaker, and Professor at the School of Media […]