Archive for the ‘Fordham U’ Category

Harley Parker, Ted Carpenter, Marshall McLuhan, John Culkin, SJ (Click on image for enlarged view) McLuhan in New York, sponsored by Fordham University and St. Michael’s College, University of Toronto at Fordham University, 13 October 2017 From Fall 1967 to Spring 1968, Canadian media theorist Marshall McLuhan spent one academic year in New York City […]


Marshall McLuhan in the March 1967 Saturday Review  Fordham News   –   October 16, 2017 Twentieth-century media theorist Marshall McLuhan spent just one academic year at Fordham—his 1967-68 tenure as Albert Schweitzer Chair of the Humanities. But that year was a heady one, for both McLuhan and for a nation that would soon undergo profound cultural and […]


On the day before the McLuhan in New York Symposium at Fordham University (see https://goo.gl/ebgGnc ), scheduled 50 years after Marshall McLuhan’s arrival in New York City to spend the 1967-68 academic year at Fordham as the Albert Schweitzer Chair in the Humanities, I will be publishing his recorded lectures from that time. This first one is his […]