Posts Tagged ‘media’


Museum of Communication, Frankfurt Feedback #5: Frankfurt, Museum of Communication Marshall McLuhan and The Arts: Global Warning! “The artist’s insights or perceptions seem to have been given to mankind as a providential means of bridging the gap between evolution and technology. The artist is able to program, or reprogram, the sensory life in a manner […]



By JAQUELINE MCLEOD ROGERS University of Winnipeg In McLuhan’s Techno-Sensorium City: Coming to Our Senses in a Programmed Environment, Jaqueline McLeod Rogers argues that Marshall McLuhan was both an activist and a speculative urbanist who drew from cross-disciplinary and ahistorical sources to explore constitutive exchanges between humanity and technologies to alter human perception and imagine a […]



Journalist Christian Esguerra named as 2020 McLuhan Fellow for Excellence in Journalism The Embassy of Canada in the Philippines presented the annual Marshall McLuhan Fellowship for Excellence in Journalism to Christian Esguerra of ABS-CBN News, in recognition of his stellar work in the past year especially in providing explanatory reporting of the day’s most important […]



P. Mansaram: The Medium is the Medium is the Medium September 11, 2020 – January 3, 2021 Lee-Chin Family Gallery Click here to view the Education Guide Curated by Indu Vashist and Toleen Touq of the South Asian Visual Arts Centre (SAVAC), this exhibition of Burlington’s senior media artist P. Mansaram’s work thinks through the […]



A 12-Hour McLuhanesque Marathon Exploring the Post-Pandemic World Monday, July 20, Noon to Midnight EDT Hosted by PAOLO GRANATA With special guests from around the world. Inspired by the innovative thinking of Marshall McLuhan, participants – academics, artists, designers, raconteurs, innovators, and thinkers – from around the globe will explore the mosaic of the metaphoric […]



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 […]



  A Webinar Presented by the McGill Institute for the Study of Canada 14 Oct, 2020 *** 17:30 to 19:00 Marshall McLuhan perhaps is best known for his contributions to communication theory and his precepts about the effects of technology upon culture and society. In the 1960s and 1970s – the height of McLuhan’s career as Canada’s […]



Established in 1997 between the McLuhan Program at the University of Toronto and the Embassy of Canada in the Philippines, the Marshall McLuhan Fellowship has been awarded yearly to a recipient embodying outstanding qualities in the field of investigative journalism. Canadian embassy’s political & public affairs counselor Warren Mucci with Patricia Evangelista who was awarded […]



Media Health is a group of researchers in Montreal who “study the health applications and implications of information and communication technologies.” One of their major projects looks at “Screens and Stress,” the purpose of which they explain thus: Screens can stress us by their physical properties or by their content . Screens can also de-stress […]



From Porter, A. (1969). Cybernetics simplified. Barnes & Noble Inc. pp. v-vi Foreward This is a much needed book. It helps to build a bridge between The Two Cultures whose separation plagues C.P. Snow and many others. The very word “cybernetics” is a useful clue to the central meaning of the electronic revolution. The speed-up […]