Posts Tagged ‘media ecology’

Marshall McLuhan Teaching at the University of Michigan David Bobbitt, Wesleyan College, (Published: December 30, 2011) “After three thousand years of explosion, by means of fragmentary and mechanical technologies, the Western world is imploding” (McLuhan 3).1 With these words on the first page of Understanding Media published in 1964, Marshall McLuhan burst onto the intellectual scene with his […]


Mark Kingwell Mark Kingwell is a professor of philosophy at the University of Toronto. More than five decades ago, Marshall McLuhan argued that media are ecosystems, extensions of human consciousness. The famous adage that the medium is the message also means, as the often-misquoted title of McLuhan’s famous book notes, that the medium is the […]


 Derrick de Kerckhove This interview was published on a CD-ROM in 1996 titled Understanding McLuhan published by The Voyager Company. I have a copy of it but have lost the ability to look at it, as it requires Windows 3.11 or 95 neither of which I have any more in this era of Windows 10. […]


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 […]


Prose Percepts, Lyric Responses by B.W. Powe, in collaboration with Marshall Soules, on NEW MEDIA, EMPATHY, IDENTITY, REFUGEES, NATIONALISM, THE DONALD TRUMP PHENOMENON, JUSTIN TRUDEAU, A-LITERACY, THE WILD INTERNET, PARANOIA, POETRY AND INTIMACY, BOB DYLAN, PATTI SMITH… This unique book describes the media maelstrom of our disharmonious over-heated world today in which, despite ubiquitous connectivity, truthful […]


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 […]


It’s a book, No – it’s a poem, No – it’s a diary, No – it’s an art book No – it’s a searing analysis of today’s politics, No – it’s an indictment of the misuse of digital media seen through the lens of media ecology, No – it’s a review of poetry and song […]


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 […]