In his late work, John Berger both returned to and expanded upon his signal ideas about the language of images, experimenting with what we might call “other ways of seeing.” Sometimes these...
‘Now you can finally throw out that Rolex’: Unboxing the Digital Watch and Beyond
(co-sponsored with Faculty of Music)
Media@McGill’s international colloquium asks leading scholars in the humanities and social sciences to spell out a new research agenda for climate theory and aesthetics in the age of the...
Simone BrowneUniversity of Texas-Austin
"A Field Guide to Surveillance Studies and Blackness"
Candis Callison (UBC)
Mike De Souza (National Observer)
Martin Lukacs (The Guardian)
Kai Nagata (Dogwood)
Linda Solomon Wood (Observer Media Group)
This event marks the opening of an exhibition curated by the Art History and Communication Studies Graduate Student Association (AHCS GSA) and release of in-print magazine, Art/iculation. While No...
Hilliard T. Goldfarb
"Was Nicolas Poussin really an Atheist?: Faith, Archaeology and Classicism in Seventeenth-Century Rome"
Paul's argument that “idols are nothing" was, in the middle ages and renaissance, often taken to mean that idols are mythical creatures, like centaurs. But Paul was also sometimes taken to mean...
Containment: film screening and seminar discussion with director Peter Galison