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Hello and thank you for coming to the CGC website! This website is currently under construction and will be transferring to a new, upgraded website very shortly. We appreciate your patience during this time. If you are looking for further information regarding the 2018 Graduate Student conference please refer to the following post:  Best, The … Continue reading


Post-?: 2018 CGC Conference Call for Papers

  CFP: Call for Papers, Panels, and research-creation works Communications Graduate Caucus – Conference 2018 On the theme of “POST-?” Richcraft Hall (formerly the River Building) at Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada Dates: March 12 and 13, 2018 Deadline for submissions: January 5, 2018 Since long before Bruno Latour asked the question, “were we ever modern?”, … Continue reading

Dr. John Shiga, Imagined Realities Keynote Speaker
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Dr. John Shiga, Imagined Realities Keynote Speaker

The CGC is pleased to announce that Dr. John Shiga of Ryerson University will deliver the Keynote Address at the 12th Annual Carleton Communication Graduate Caucus Conference, Imagined Realities, on Thursday, March 16th, 2017. Click here to register now for the conference. Dr. Shiga’s keynote is titled “Sonar and the Eco-Sonic Imaginary”.   John Shiga is an … Continue reading

Imagined Realities: 2017 CGC Conference Call for Papers

Imagined Realities: 2017 CGC Conference Call for Papers

Call for papers – Imagined Realities: Past, Present and Future 12th Annual Communication Graduate Conference March 16-17, 2017 | Richcraft Hall, Carleton University Why do past, present and future realities captivate and fascinate? The 12th annual Communication Graduate Caucus (CGC) conference, Imagined Realities, invites us to explore how discourses and representations provide us with roadmaps … Continue reading

Executive Profiles

The 2016-2017 CGC Executive Team

The CGC is pleased to announce the 2016-2017 Executive Team.   President: Nadia Hai Nadia Hai is a PhD candidate in Carleton University’s School of Journalism and Communication. Her current research area of interest is how insurgent groups like al Qaeda and ISIS promote their cause to Western audiences through their online English-language texts. She … Continue reading