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.
The following exhibition is currently on display in the President’s Corridor, located on the second floor of Gilmour Hall outside GH-238. Hallucinatory Landscapes: Art/Multimedia 3PC3 (Photographic Collage and Composite Images) is a Level III production course exploring the theory and practice of collage and composite image-making (both analog and digital). The course brings together students from…
Communication Studies students will host a coffee house event this week – part of a campaign promoting the use of reuseable water bottles.
Dr. Zeffiro, with Dr. Hogan (Illinois Institute of Technology), has published a new special issue of the Wi Journal of Mobile Media titled “Mobile Trash”.
Allison Rutland, graduate in Multimedia and Fine Arts in 2002, won an Annie Award for Outstanding Achievement for Character Animation in a Feature Production for her work in Pixar Animation Studio’s Inside Out.
Dr. Bannerman will discuss her new book, “International Copyright and Access to Knowledge,” a history of international copyright focused on principles of A2K and those who promote such principles.
A selection of new media works by our Communication Studies and New Media grad students and instructor David Harris Smith is on display Jan 8 – Feb 7 at the You Me Gallery, 330 James Street N, Hamilton.
Virginia Eubanks is the author of Digital Dead End: Fighting for Social Justice in the Information Age and co-editor, with Alethia Jones, of Ain’t Gonna Let Nobody Turn Me Around: Forty Years of Movement Building with Barbara Smith.
Natasha Tusikov is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Sociology at Brock University. Her research examines the intersections among law, technology, and regulation, with a particular focus on regulation by Internet intermediaries.