2016-2017: Media and the Environment
In the shadow of anthropogenic climate change, questions and contests over ecological responsibility, environmental justice and the transformation of unsustainable economies have moved to the centre of cultural, political and intellectual attention globally. Media are deeply implicated in these questions, and this implication has a long history, extending back at least to the role of communication and transportation media in the establishment, representation and operation of imperial and colonial extractive economies and networks.
"Tape Conditions: degraded," an exhibition at the Canadian Lesbian+Gay Archives (Toronto), co-curated by Cait McKinney, 2015-2016 Media@McGill Postdoctoral Fellow, opens on June 16 and runs through September 18, 2016.
Congratulations to Media@McGill member, Professor Matthew C. Hunter, on receiving tenure and his promotion to Associate Professor, effective June 1, 2016!
The Participatory Condition in the Digital Age (Darin Barney, Gabriella Coleman, Christine Ross, Jonathan Sterne, and Tamar Tembeck, Editors) will be available from University of Minnesota Press in November 2016.