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Robert McClintock

Professional Background

Educational Background

A.B., High Honors, Princeton University, Woodrow Wilson School (1961)
M.A.,
Columbia University, History Department  (1963)
Ph.D., With Distinction, Columbia University, History & Education (1968)

Scholarly Interests

Selected Publications

MSTU 4010: Theories of communication

A broad, multidisciplinary survey of contemporary perspectives on communication. Topics include: definitions, models and theories of information processing, history of media change, cross-cultural communication, interpersonal communication, and the uses and effects of mass media. Special fee: $35.

MSTU 4016: The history of communication

A comprehensive survey of the history of communication, tracing the development of the dominant modes of transmitting knowledge, from speaking to writing, from printing to the electronic media. Special fee: $35.

MSTU 5606: Readings in communication theory and social thought I

Each week during the academic year, participants in this course will read and discuss important work in the literature of Communication. These works all consider how the conditions and constraints of human interaction affect culture, public discourse, and the historical quality of life. The aim is to acquire a thorough grounding in how thinkers have addressed a basic problem in the study of communication over the past century and a half. Completion of written work for the colloquium is part of the certification requirement for doctoral candidates in the Communication program, and it can serve as the culminating project required for completion of the Master of Education degree in that program.

MSTU 5607: Readings in communication theory and social thought II

Each week during the academic year, participants in this course will read and discuss important work in the literature of Communication. These works all consider how the conditions and constraints of human interaction affect culture, public discourse, and the historical quality of life. The aim is to acquire a thorough grounding in how thinkers have addressed a basic problem in the study of communication over the past century and a half. Completion of written work for the colloquium is part of the certification requirement for doctoral candidates in the Communication program, and it can serve as the culminating project required for completion of the Master of Education degree in that program.

A&HH 6577: Topics in the history of American educational thought

Permission of instructor required. Prerequisite: A&HH 4070 or equivalent. Considers the origins of American education including international perspectives.

Centers and Projects

Columbia Center for New Media Teaching and Learning
Website: http://ccnmtl.columbia.edu

In partnership with the faculty as content experts, the Center is committed to advancing the purposeful use of new media and digital technologies in the educational programs of Columbia University. We are committed to ongoing evaluation of the efficacy of our work within the University.

StudyPlace.org
Website: http://www.studyplace.org