Posts Tagged ‘lectures’


McLuhan & Composed Theater Dr. Richard Cavell is a media theorist and Professor of English at The University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada. His work has often examined the ideas of his mentor Marshall McLuhan – the influential Canadian philosopher and media theorist – but from a unique stand point, by considering him as […]



© The Estate of Yousuf Karsh. All Rights Reserved SEEKING AUDIO OR VIDEO RECORDINGS OF MARSHALL MCLUHAN INTERVIEWS AND/OR TALKS THAT ARE NOT AVAILABLE ON THE INTERNET AND 2. RECOLLECTED ANECDOTES OF MARSHALL MCLUHAN Author and independent McLuhan scholar Bill Kuhns (see https://tinyurl.com/y4haa8gf) and his collaborators are seeking information from the members the McLuhan community […]



Museum für Kommunikation Frankfurt Watch the above video which is 1.5 hours in duration Q&A Online Video Session (in English) with – ANDREW McLUHAN and – BARUCH GOTTLIEB (curator “Global Warning”, lecturer, media artist) Andrew McLuhan is Director of The McLuhan Institute – an organization to preserve and promote McLuhan studies. He, recently emerging as […]



Ronald J. Deibert, is a professor with the Munk School & the Department of Political Science at the University of Toronto, & Director of the Citizen Lab From November 9 to 16, 2020, Ronald J. Deibert, a professor with the Munk School and the Department of Political Science at the University of Toronto, and director […]



Quebec’s Quiet Revolution, October 1970 Written by Chloe Merritt on October 20, 2020 The McGill Institute for the Study of Canada (MISC) invited Jonathan Slater, a professor of public relations at State University of New York Plattsburgh (SUNY) on Oct. 14 to give a lecture exploring the influence of Canadian philosopher Marshall McLuhan on the role of mass […]



Ronald J. Deibert is the founder and director of Citizen Lab, a research outfit based at the University of Toronto, which studies technology, surveillance and censorship. His Massey Lectures will focus on the societal impact of the internet and social media. In the midst of a global pandemic when many of us are spending an increasing […]



Canadian embassy’s political & public affairs counselor Warren Mucci with Patricia Evangelista You are invited to a special McLuhan event next Monday, NOV 18th, 6:00 – 8:00 PM at St. Michael’s College/University of Toronto. The Embassy of Canada in the Philippines, the Estate of Marshall McLuhan, the McLuhan Salons, and the Media Ethics Lab present: “Reporting the Voiceless: […]



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: […]



I meant to bring this book to your attention last year, but for various reasons that intention failed to be realized … until now. It is written by my friend and colleague, Norm Friesen, a Canadian who teaches Educational Technology at Boise State University. There are plenty of McLuhan and Postman references in the book, […]



Eric McLuhan in Columbia This is the recording of Eric McLuhan’s last speech, delivered May 17th 2018, the night before he died. The speech was delivered at El Nogal, Bogotá, Colombia, on the occasion of the launch of La Universidad de la Sabana’s doctoral program in Communication and Media studies. ‘Media Ecology in the 21st […]