Archive for the ‘Scholars’ Category

Click on the Image for an Expanded Readable View The New Surrealism: Radio Art and the Poetics of Electricity A public talk by R. Bruce Elder As part of the 2019 – 2020 Faculty Lecture Series October 3, 2019 at 6:30pm in IMA 307, School of Image Arts, Ryerson University, 122 Bond Street, Toronto (Note: […]


October 25, 2019 8:30 am – 5:00 pm University of Windsor School of Creative Arts (SoCA) Alan Wildeman Centre for Creative Arts Multimedia Studio, 360 Freedom Way Windsor, On, N9A 3A7 CONFERENCE ORGANIZERS: Pascale Chapdelaine, Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Windsor Michael Darroch, Associate Dean, School of Creative Arts, University of Windsor Vincent […]


Marshall McLuhan and the author of this essay in the Valade Family Gallery at CCS (Photo: Matt Raupp). The Medium is (is not) the Message: Marshall McLuhan and His Legacy By Vince Carducci   –   March 30, 2019 On March 19, 2019, I gave a talk in the Valade Family Gallery on the campus of College […]


The University of Windsor, Dillon Hall Media & Space: The Regulation of Digital Platforms, New Media & Technologies Symposium October 25, 2019 University of Windsor Faculty of Law  –  School of Creative Arts  –  Communication, Film, and Media Deadline to submit abstract (between 500 & 1000 words) for paper: August 8, 2019 Submit via: https://uwindsor.ca1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_bJ9nmDr3wHJd2y9 […]


(1931 – 2019) Birth: Cambridge, Massachusetts Dr. Gerald O’Grady was a legendary media scholar and former University at Buffalo professor of English, who led the media revolution in Buffalo in the early 1970s, making Buffalo among the first cities in the nation to create a public access center for film and video equipment and education. Dr. […]


Unfortunately, none of this information seems to have been disseminated in time from the folks at the University of Windsor to the McLuhan community of interest in and associated with the University of Toronto or elsewhere in Canada. It no doubt was shared with the McLuhan Centre, but that once authentic centre for McLuhan and […]


 By Sarah Jo Kirsch   –   November 15, 2018 Imaginations, a peer-reviewed “multilingual, open-access journal of international visual cultural studies,” published a special issue of essays on McLuhan’s processes as they relate to art theory, the reaches and deficiencies of his scope, his collaborative projects and the thinking he continues to inspire in December of 2017. […]


Blair McDonald, a TRU professor in the JCNM program delivered a special lecture on the Canadian media icon Marshall McLuhan. (Photo by Aidan Grether) The semester’s final session of the Arts Colloquium Series featured Blair McDonald, a professor of journalism, communication and new media, who presented on the influence of Marshall McLuhan [at Thompson Rivers […]


 Junichi Miyazawa I had heard of Junichi Miyazawa, a Japanese academic who had written a book about Marshall McLuhan, several years ago but didn’t have any detailed information. This past September I had the good fortune of unexpectedly meeting him at the Many McLuhans Symposium at the Fisher Library in the University of Toronto. I […]


On January 30, 2019, Jody Berland, Canadian professor in the Department of Humanities at the University of Toronto, delivers this year’s McLuhan Lecture at the Embassy of Canada in Berlin, entitled Extending McLuhan’s Posthumanism: Feeling The Techno-Animal Embrace. In this lecture, she is placing McLuhan’s definition of media technologies as prostheses that extend our limbs and […]