Dr. Paula Gardner, McMaster’s Asper Research Chair in Communications, traveled to Nairobi for the first ICA regional conference in Africa called “ICA Africa” Oct 19-22. Dr. Gardner participated in the ICA Executive Committee panels and mentorship sessions, advising junior scholars on advancing their research papers toward publication.
Liss Platt, media artist and Associate Professor in the Department of Communication Studies and Multimedia, will take up a 5-week residency at Struts Gallery Faucet New Media Centre in Sackville, NB. to work on an experimental film project using an optical printer and hand processing 16mm colour reversal film. She is the recent recipient of…
On Friday, Nov 11, David Harris Smith will give the opening keynote presentation at Function Keys, a three-day conference organized by Centre3 for Print and Media Arts that aims to explore contemporary ideas and issues in new technologies and digital culture. His talk “hitchBOT, a robot exploring the world” will begin at 7:30 pm at The…
Interested in applying to the MA in Communication & New Media? Come to our Alumni Panel and Information Session The Department of Communication Studies & Multimedia at McMaster University will soon be accepting applications to our MA in Communication & New Media for September 2017. The application portal will open on November 21st. We invite…
Learn more about McMaster’s exciting new PhD program in Communication, New Media in Cultural Studies; get tips on applying, and get your questions answered.
On May 11, Andrea Zeffiro gave the keynote talk at DH@Guelph Summer Workshops at the University of Guelph.
Christina Baade gave the Annual Norbert A. Kuntz Lecture in History at St. Michael’s College in Burlington, Vermont, and presented a paper at the Society for American Music Annual Meeting in Boston.
MA in Communication and New Media student Harold Sikkema was awarded the Elder Family Graduate Award for the 2015-16 academic year.
Prof. Myhr will discuss his new body of work, entitled, “Point Line Intersection,” which examines the interrelationships between culture and the Earth’s hydrosphere.
Dr. Bannerman’s new book, International Copyright and Access to Knowledge, is now available from Cambridge University Press.