Posted: October 9th, 2014
The editorial team at Wi:Journal of Mobile Media and the Mobile Media Lab are very pleased to announce the release of our latest issue “What is Mobilities?” with multiple contributions from Communication Studies Department members and alumni.
Guest edited by Dr. David Madden, this issue features 16 interviews with leading mobilities studies scholars. The issue itself emerged from a collaborative interview project that was part of the Differential Mobilities conference in May 2013. It features work from Judith Nicholson, Mimi Sheller, Gerard Goggin, Jennifer Southern, Andra McCartney, Esteban Acuna Cabanzo, Danielle Peers and Lindsay Eales, Arseli Dokumaci, Bianca Freire-Medeiros, Darin Barney, Daniel M. Sutko, Catherine Middleton, Germaine Halegoua, Nancy Cook and David Butz, Natalia Radywyl, and Shelley Smith.
“What is Mobilities” brings a broad range of ideas together and, in doing so, provides multiple points of departure for scholars interested in thinking about contemporary mobilities issues.
The issue can be found here: http://wi.mobilities.ca/
Posted: January 9th, 2014
Join the Media History Research Centre for a special event to honour the publication of Krista Geneviève Lynes’ Prismatic Media, Transnational Circuits: Feminism in a Globalized Present (Palgrave Macmillan, 2012).
Prismatic Media, Transnational Circuits … Live!
Thursday, January 16, 2014, 4:30 PM – 6:00 PM
Reception to follow
Room CJ-1.114, Communication Studies and Journalism Building (CJ)
7141 Sherbrooke St. West, Loyola Campus
Featuring presentations by:
Krista Lynes (Communication Studies, Concordia)
Charles Acland (Communication Studies, Concordia)
Masha Salazkina (Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema, Concordia)
Carrie Rentschler (Art History and Communication Studies, McGill)
This event is hosted and made possible by:
The Screen Culture Research group
The CURC in Communication Studies
Darren Wershler (CURC in Media and Contemporary Literature)
Peter C. van Wyck (OVPRGS Research Support)
The Department of Communication Studies.