Enculturation Special Issue – Marshall McLuhan @ 100


Kevin Brooks was the dynamo, and I was the grease, on this awesome special issue on McLuhan. It was an honor to work with someone who lives, breathes and eats McLuhan as a scholar and as a critical theorist in his own right.  Thanks to Kevin for this opportunity, and enjoy this special issue of Enculturation. – David Beard

Marshall McLuhan @ 100

Table of Contents


McLuhan @ 100
Kevin Brooks, North Dakota State University
David Beard, University of Minnesota, Duluth 

The McLuhan Method: Detached Involvement

A Little Epic: McLuhan’s Use of Epyllion
Andrew Chrystall, Massey University

The Mechanical Bride of Pinbot: Learning to Play McLuhan’s Secular Theology
Ron Brooks, Oklahoma State University

I Am McLuhan
Jeff Rice, University of Kentucky

Hectic Zen
Rex Veeder, St. Cloud State University

Education as a Training of the Senses: McLuhan’s Pedagogical Enterprise
Norm Friesen, Thompson Rivers University 

Waking The Politics in McLuhan

Martial McLuhan
Michael MacDonald, University of Waterloo

Creative Destruction: War and Peace in the Global Village, Remixed
Steven Hammer, North Dakota State University

All the World’s a Link: The Global Theater of Mobile World Browsers
John Tinnell, University of Florida

Playful-DisPlay: Contemplating McLuhan’s View of the Modern Cadaver
Jane Slemon, University of British Columbia 

McLuhan Re-viewed

Review of Marshall McLuhan: You Know Nothing of My Work!
Patricia Fancher, Clemson University
Carl Whithaus, University of California, Davis
Andrew Mara, North Dakota State University

Teaching McLuhan: Understanding Understanding Media
David Bobbitt, Wesleyan College


2 Responses to “Enculturation Special Issue – Marshall McLuhan @ 100”

  1. 1 kab13

    Thanks for the post! Kevin


  2. My pleasure……..AlexK


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