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Marshall McLuhan outside the historic Coach House with the sign: Centre for Culture and Technology

The remainder of the Winter 2020 Season of MNS Hot MessAge: Media Studies Takes the Call has been postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Please stay tuned for updates about rescheduling and upcoming programming.

Attendees at the Monday Night Seminars

AUGUST 30

Call for Papers

McLuhan Centre Working Group Black Technoscience HERE is seeking papers for an edited volume. See complete details on our Events page.

 

 

 

 

Working Groups 2020/21

Our Call for Working Groups is now live on our Research page with links to online applications.

We're happy to announce that many Working Groups from last year will reconvene in the coming year to take up their cancelled events and research plans.

PhD Fellowship

A PhD Fellowship, granted through the Faculty of Information Doctoral Program, has been awarded to Réka Gál. You can learn more about Réka on our Vision + People page.

Coach House drawing: Jana Jifi

Photos: Sara Martel

"The Centre is established to advance the understanding of the origins and effects of technology. The object of the Centre is to pursue by a wide variety of approaches an investigation into the psychic and social consequences of technologies."    

Marshall McLuhan (Draft Constitution, 1965)

Our annual theme, HotMessAge, addresses how media and technology are central to today's  pressing social, economic, and environmental situations. But media and technology are also part of forging new worlds while addressing these challenges.

 

This year at the McLuhan Centre for Culture and Technology we amplify some of the voices in Media Studies who offer hot takes with the cool possibilities of radical social change.

McLuhan Centre for Culture and Technology

39A Queens Park Crescent East

Toronto, Ontario

M5S 3C3

416.978.7026

The Centre is open to the public during events, or by appointment only.

 

Parking is available off 121 St. Joseph Street

 

The building is not currently barrier-free.

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