Posts Tagged ‘conferences’


ABOUT THE EVENT There is perhaps no person more responsible for the radical transformation of the humanities since the 1960s than the Canadian philosopher and provocateur Marshall McLuhan (1911-1980). McLuhan’s voluminous publications, lectures, interviews, and talks (and in one case, cameo film appearance in Woody Allen’s Annie Hall) have made him one of the most widely […]



From left to right: Dr. Michael Darroch, Philip Morais, Andrew McLuhan, & Dr. Elaine Kahn “The electric light is pure information.” –Marshall McLuhan, Understanding Media Philip Morais[1]– Windsor Law J.D. Candidate 2021 On October 25, 2019, Windsor Law LTEC Lab and the School of Creative Arts co-hosted Media & Space: The Regulation of Digital Platforms, New Media […]



Bust of McLuhan by Madeleine Vrignon based on a 1935 photograph when he was 24 By Todd Lewys It’s a saying that we’re all familiar with: “the medium is the message.” And while most Manitobans would recognize Marshall McLuhan as the author of the groundbreaking statement, they might not know he spent his formative years in […]



Click on the image to expand the view NOVEMBER 26, 2019 — A bronze bust of U of M alumnus Herbert Marshall McLuhan (1911-1980) will be unveiled at a special symposium and reception at U of M Archives & Special Collections on Thursday, Nov. 28 from 1 to 4 p.m.  The WinnipegREALTORS selected the communications giant as […]



Click on the image above for an expanded view Marshall McLuhan was born at Edmonton, Alberta on 21 July 1911, he moved with his parents to Winnipeg in 1915. He attended Gladstone School, Earl Grey School and Kelvin Technical High School before enrolling in the University of Manitoba in 1928. He received a BA Honours in 1933 and an MA in 1934 […]



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 […]



Canadian embassy’s political & public affairs counselor Warren Mucci with Patricia Evangelista MANILA, Philippines (UPDATED) – Rappler multimedia journalist Patricia Evangelista was named Marshall McLuhan Fellow on Thursday, August 29. The Marshall McLuhan Award is presented annually by the Center for Media Freedom and Responsibility and the Canadian Embassy in the Philippines to a Filipino journalist who […]



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 […]



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 […]



Brennan Hall, St. Michael’s College, University of Toronto CALL FOR PAPERS – Deadline for submission: extended to JAN 15, 2019 The Media Ecology Association invites paper and panel proposals for presentation at its 20th Annual Convention, taking place on 27-30 June 2019 in Toronto. We welcome submissions that encompass the broad array of disciplines focusing on […]