Media@McGill 2008-2009

Sara Ahmed, "Killing Joy: Feminism and the History of Happiness"

In collaboration with McGill Centre for Research and Teaching on Women (MCRTW), Media@McGill is proud to host the international speaker Sara Ahmed who will be presenting a public talk entitled,...

M@M public lecture: Lisa Parks ‘Digging into Google Earth’

Lisa Parks is Beaverbrook visiting scholar this term. She will be visiting McGill on 3-17 March 2009. On 12 March, she will give a public talk, in collaboration with the AHCS Speaker Series at...

The Canadian and U.S. elections: did the media do their job?

In the wake of both the Canadian and the US elections, Media@McGill is pleased to present a special event which aims to provide a space for public exchange concerning the role of media in both...

Big Diva, Disco Music and Bad Habits: A Look at Quebec Pop Culture

The McGill Alumni Association invites you to attend a Panel Discussion on the 24th of November. This is an Alumni event, in collaboration with Media@McGill's Culture on Mondays. Acting M@M Director...

25th Anniversary of AMARC: Development and Empowerment through Community Radio

The World Association of Community Radio Broadcasters, AMARC, in collaboration with Media@McGill, partners and stakeholders, organises the international symposium « 25th Anniversary of AMARC :...

Media in Motion Symposium

DOCAM and Media@McGill are proud to present, for the first time, an international symposium that will precede the fourth annual DOCAM Summit on October 30 and 31, 2008, at the Schulich School of...

Vanessa Schwartz: "The Cannes Film Festival and the Rise of Paparazzi Photography"

The Beaverbrook Fund for Media@McGill is pleased to present a public lecture by Beaverbrook Visiting Scholar, Vanessa Schwartz. Prof. Schwartz’s lecture is on 14 October, 5h30pm, Thomson House (map...

The Intermedial City

Media@McGill collaborative event with the CRI, The Intermedial City, is an event which questions the notion of urbanity in today’s multiple mediations....

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