Imagined Realities: 2017 CGC Conference Call for Papers
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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

Play/Rewind 2016 CGC Conference: Call For Papers
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Play/Rewind 2016 CGC Conference: Call For Papers

Play/Rewind 11th Annual Communication Graduate Conference March 3-4, 2016 | River Building To understand the present and shape the future, we must confront and critique the past. Our 11th annual conference, Play/Rewind, invites explorations in communication that look backward to move forward. When we invite ‘play’ into communication we get a sense of lightheartedness, of … Continue reading

*Update* CFP: Failure–Interruptions, Confrontations, and Silences
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*Update* CFP: Failure–Interruptions, Confrontations, and Silences

Update: Papers for our paper competition are due Feb. 9. See below for more details. 10th Annual Communication Graduate Caucus Conference March 5-6, 2015 River Building, Carleton University, Ottawa “Some of the chief dilemmas of our age, both public and personal,  turn on communication or communication gone sour” (Peters, 1999) ********************** It is with great pleasure that we … Continue reading

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CFP: The Social Engineering of Mobile Phones, New Media, and Internet-Mediated Communication

Call for Presentations: We are currently seeking submissions for the conference entitled “The Social Engineering of Mobile Phones, New Media, and Internet-Mediated Communication”. Date: November 30th, 2013 Location: Carleton University, in the Loeb Building, floor 7, room A720 (map). Language: English The scope of the conference is to discuss how the introduction of new information … Continue reading