In January, Prospect magazine named Prof. Jenkins No. 3 on its list of "top 10 brains of the digital future."
Joining Henry in the top three were Tim Berners-Lee, founder of the World Wide Web Consortium and credited with the invention of the web, and Susan Crawford, who was President Barack Obama's special assistant for science, technology and innovation policy until December 2009.
As the article states:
"How are digital media affecting what constitutes "culture"--and what should it mean to educate the citizens of a digital world? Henry Jenkins, professor of communication, journalism and cinematic arts at the University of Southern California, is perhaps the world's most influential and radical scholar addressing these questions."
For the full article online in Prospect Magazine, click here.