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This is addressed to the Marshall McLuhan community of interest and supporters of the McLuhan legacy in the Greater Toronto region, in Canada and beyond. The situation that concerns us is at York University in their English Department and is described by B.W. Powe in the paragraph below his photograph.  B.W. Powe B.W. Powe–poet, writer, […]


Click on the image for an expanded view. Designed by Paolo Granata, University of Toronto Studying book history and print culture often requires a specialized terminology. Designed to honour the legacy of the German inventor Johannes Gutenberg, this 52-card deck is a guide to key terms, including illustrations and examples, used in printing history, bibliography, and textual scholarship. It’s also a […]


The whole series of these photos was taken on April 15, 1973 at Marshall McLuhan’s Coach House, known as the Centre for Culture & Technology at St. Michael’s College in the University of Toronto (Click on each image for an expanded view.)  Eric McLuhan You can see the entire series of 63 items from which these […]


St. Michael’s College at the University of Toronto introduces the McLuhan Seminar in Creativity and Technology Offered for the first time in 2018-2019, The McLuhan Seminar is an exploration of the relationship between creativity and technology.Marshall McLuhan (1911-1980), one of the most charismatic and wide-ranging thinkers of the 20th century, taught at St. Michael’s College from 1946 until […]


A McLuhan Monday Night Seminar in 1973 In the Garden with the Guru Adventures with Marshall McLuhan By Bob Rodgers   –   January-February 2008 A six-foot-high hedge separated me from the garden next door but not from its voices. It was my first Sunday morning in the house I sublet on Wells Hill Avenue by […]


Michael McLuhan’s Graduation Address to Students of Marshall McLuhan Secondary School, Toronto, June 28, 1017 Graduands, mentors, teachers and parents, The epitaph on my father’s grave marker is a quote from the Gospel of John: “The truth shall set you free.” Maybe so but as Sen. Murray Sinclair, former chair of the Truth and Reconciliation […]


The Great McLuhan- Frye Debate An academic debate is an educational practicum requiring students to employ rhetoric, histrionic abilities and knowledge of the assigned topic to debate a given proposition or question with the goal of influencing the opinions of observers and/or the judge(s).  This debate will answer the question: Who best – Marshall McLuhan […]


Monday Night Seminar Showcasing Undergrad ICCIT Student Work LOCATION: McLuhan Centre for Culture & Technology, 39A Queens Park Crescent                       East off 121 St. Joseph St., Toronto, ON M5S 2C3 Monday Night Seminar: Monday, March 27th, 6:00 – 8:00 PM  Description This Monday Night Seminar showcases the work of […]