Media @ McGill

2012-2017 program: Media & Democracy

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Media and Democracy: Media@McGill's five-year program focuses on Media and Democracy and is structured around specific themes (See below for the yearly themes). The themes are addressed in yearly programs composed of public lectures, public panels, the Media@McGill Beaverbrook Annual Lecture, specialized workshops and seminars, a visiting professor’s program, conferences organized by graduate and postdoctoral students, art events, various publications and website documentation. Each theme is examined from different perspectives stemming from a range of disciplines in natural sciences, computing sciences, social sciences, the humanities and the arts. The 2012-2017 program tentatively unfolds as follows:

(2012-2013) Media, War and Conflict

(2013-2014) Participatory Media

(2014-2015) Media, Senses and Sensibilities

(2015-2016) Art, Media and the Public Sphere

(2016-2017) Media and the Environment

For detailed information about past and currents events please click on the links on the left.


In 2011, Medi
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