2014 CGC Annual Conference: Screen
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2014 CGC Annual Conference: Screen

Each year, the CGC hosts an annual communications conference in Ottawa. The conference theme varies year to year to accommodate a variety of topics related to the field of communications. The full program of the conference is available for view via this link. Conference Date: March 4th, 5th, 2014 Location: River Building, Carleton University, Ottawa, … Continue reading

Full Video- 2014 Attallah Lecture Series: Dr. Jack Halberstam “Queer Gaming, Glitches and Going Turbo”
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Full Video- 2014 Attallah Lecture Series: Dr. Jack Halberstam “Queer Gaming, Glitches and Going Turbo”

The Communication Graduate Caucus (CGC) was thrilled to host 2014 Attallah lecture speaker Jack Halberstam.  This lecture took place as a part of the 2014 CGC Annual Student Conference. Thanks to the Faculty of Public Affairs, a full copy of the talk is available below Speaker bio: Jack Halberstam is Professor of American Studies and Ethnicity, … Continue reading

Speaker Series: Dr. Leon Gurevitch on Google Warming
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Speaker Series: Dr. Leon Gurevitch on Google Warming

Please join us welcoming Dr. Leon Gurevitch for a speaker series organized by the Communication Studies department on Google Warming: From Media Ecology to Ecology as Media.  This event will be held on Friday, November 15 from 14:30 to 16:00 at River Building Room 3201 (map). Dr. Leon Gurevitch is the director of the Culture … 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

UNESCO, Freedom of Speech and Internet Universality
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UNESCO, Freedom of Speech and Internet Universality

Dr. Berger will discuss UNESCO’s exploration of the concept of “Internet Universality” and the contention that international standards of online freedom of speech are one of the normative prerequisites for the universality of the Internet. Dr. Berger headed the School of Journalism & Media Studies at Rhodes University, Grahamstown, South Africa from 1994-2010. In 2011 … Continue reading

Speaker Series: Musical Labour and the Critique of Liberalism
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Speaker Series: Musical Labour and the Critique of Liberalism

Please come to the first event in the School of Journalism and Communication’s speaker series!   Matt Stahl, Associate Professor at the Faculty of Information and Media Studies at Western University will give a public talk on Thursday October 10 at 2:00 pm.  This event will be held at Carleton University Art Gallery (map).  You can … Continue reading