A Reminder: Two McLuhan-Related Events in Toronto This Week

08Apr12

1. Monday Night Seminars Resume, McLuhan Coach House, April 9, Toronto 

Marshall McLuhan - Monday Night Seminar   The McLuhan Program in Culture and Technology of the Coach House Institute, Faculty of Information (UofT, resumes the Spring series of the Monday Night Seminars at the McLuhan Coach House on April 9.

Topic: Books: The Humanistic Roots of The University                                        Date: Monday, April at 6 PM                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   

Place: 39A Queen’s park Crescent East, Toronto

Discussants: Elena Lamberti (Research Professor, Department of Foreign Languages and Literature, University of Bologna, Italy);

Eric McLuhan (Director, Media Studies at The Harris Institute for the Arts in Toronto; and McLuhan Centenary Visiting Fellow 2011-2012, University of Toronto);

Marc Glassman (Founder of TINARS (This Is Not a Reading  Series)http://www.tinars.ca/)                                           

Rgister at http://www.eventbrite.com/event/3297574133

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2. A Book Launch: “Marshall McLuhan’s Mosaic” by Elena Lamberti 

MARSHALL MCLUHAN’S MOSAIC by ELENA LAMBERTIThe Italian Cultural Institute and the University of Toronto Pressinvite you to a celebration of Marshall McLuhan’s Mosaic. Probing the Literary Origins of Media Studies by Elena Lamberti featuring the author in conversation with Phillip Marchand and Nino Ricci

 Wednesday, April 11, 2012 – 6:30pm – 8:30pm  
Istituto Italiano di Cultura 496 Huron St. Toronto 
Free admission
Infoline: 416-921-3802 ext. 221  
RSVP 
intern1.iictoronto@esteri.it 

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