In conjunction with the Society for the Anthropology of Work (SAW), the Committee on the Anthropology of Science, Technology and Computing (CASTAC) awarded Media@McGill member, Professor Gabriella Coleman the 2015 Diana Forsythe Prize for her book, Hacker, Hoaxer, Whistleblower, Spy: The Many Faces of Anonymous (Verso, 2014).
A forthcoming book, Journalism in Crisis: Bridging Theory and Practice for Democratic Media Studies in Canada (University of Toronto Press: 2016), is one of the outputs of Journalism Strategies, a student-organized conference held at McGill University in April, 2012.
Three Media@McGill graduate students (Christine Crowther, Gretchen King and Errol Salamon) are among the editors.
Professor Mary Hunter (Media@McGill member) and Dr. Tamar Tembeck (Media@McGill Academic Associate) will present a joint paper at a Hospital / Hôpital IHSP 2015 Conference, a two-day conference organized by the Instititue for Health and Social Policy, October 1 and 2, 2015, at the McCord Museum, Montreal.
Thanks to Media@McGill research funding, Professor Darin Barney (Media@McGill member) and Elyse Amend (AHCS grad student) collaborated on an article "Getting It Right: Canadian Conservatives and the “War on Science" in the Canadian Journal of Communication.
The CJC made the unusual decision to issue their article as an advance edition available free online.
Christine Ross, Tamar Tembeck, Theodora Tsentas, eds. “Conflict[ed] Reporting,” special issue of Photography & Culture, vol. 8, no. 2 (July 2015).
Now available: Special issue of Photography & Culture is based on an international symposium hosted by Media@McGill in Montreal, Canada, in November 2012.