Posts Tagged ‘lectures’

Gigi Grande of ABS-CBN Broadcasting By Abigail Viguella   –   February 23, 2017 A Marshall McLuhan fellow said that these are challenging times for journalists. “Given the recent events in the country, the media community indeed has received quite a beating. What with the start of President Duarte’s administration, the ‘war on drugs’, and most recently, […]


This year’s transmediale Marshall McLuhan Lecture was delivered by Sarah Sharma, Director of the McLuhan Program in Culture & Technology at the University of Toronto, who focuses on the intersectional politics of time, class, gender, and race in her research. For the lecture, Sharma spoke under the title “Exit and the Extensions of Man”, which […]


This year’s transmediale Marshall McLuhan Lecture will be delivered by Sarah Sharma, Director of the McLuhan Program in Culture & Technology at the University of Toronto, who has focused on the intersectional politics of time, class, gender, and race in her research. For the lecture, Sharma will speak under the title “Exit and the Extensions of […]


Join us Thursday DEC 1st, 2016, 6:00 PM (at the McLuhan Centre) The Marshall McLuhan Award for Investigative Journalism With Gigi Grande, news editor and presenter of ABS-CBN Broadcasting Corporation (recipient 2016). Moderator: Bob Logan A journalist for almost twenty years now, Ms. Grande is currently a correspondent for ABS-CBN’s Investigative Research group, responsible for […]


Ed Video Guelph Symposium on the Future of Media, October 1 Andrew McLuhan, grandson of 1960s communications guru Marshall McLuhan, will be speaking during the Ed Video tribute on Saturday, Oct. 1 Print is dead? Think again, says McLuhan. That’s Andrew McLuhan, grandson of 1960s communications guru Marshall McLuhan. “Print’s not dead, it’s just that […]


Department of Communications and Guarini Institute Present: Maintaining the Legacy of Marshall McLuhan Place: John Cabot University, Via della Lungara 233, Roma, in UTC+02 Date & Time: Wednesday, September 7 at 7:30 PM – 9 PM Eric and Andrew McLuhan (son and grandson of late-Marshall McLuhan) will interact with the audience in a general discussion of “the McLuhan […]


Mondo Cane Kama Sutra (installation view) 1984, acrylic on canvas. 10 canvases, 245 x 305 cm each. Image courtesy the Estate of General Idea; © Pierre Antoine, Musée d’art moderne de la Ville de Paris / ARC, 2011. Marshall McLuhan’s high regard for serious artists as what Ezra Pound called “the antennae of the race” due to […]


 B.W. Powe “There will likely be many McLuhan and Frye commentaries in the future, and with any luck some will be brilliant, but no one will ever write with such passion as Powe’s on the vision of  these two beleaguered spiritual explorers”. — Philip Marchand, National Post Please join us for a reading by B.W. Powe […]


Youth have the power to influence global change, students told By Evan Boudreau, The Catholic Register, Feb. 19, 2016 TORONTO – Thanks to the Internet today’s youth have the power to influence systemic change on an international scale, Toronto students heard from an award-winning Filipino journalist. “They have a bigger voice now because of the […]


 Dr. Paolo Granata St. Michael’s College Annual Lecture on McLuhan & the Technological Imagination Date/Time: January 14 at 4:00 – 6:00 PM Place: Charbonnel Lounge, 81 St. Mary St, St. Michael’s College, University of Toronto McLuhan and the Roots of Media Ecology Lecture by Professor Paolo Granata, University of Bologna & U of T McLuhan […]