The Ioan Davies Award is Communication & Culture’s signature prize recognizing excellence in scholarly and/or creative research by York-ComCult students. This year, Océane Nyela has won the MA award for her paper, “Black Hair is a Technology from the Future: Cornrows as an Interface for Diasporic Transindividuation.” Congratulations, Océane!
The Ioan Davies Award is Communication & Culture’s signature prize recognizing excellence in scholarly and/or creative research by York-ComCult students. This year, Alexandra Borkowski has won the PhD award for her paper, “Echoic Re-Presencing: Towards a Feminist Media-Archaeological Listening.” Congratulations, Alex!
In an effort to keep everyone in our community informed and safe during the global COVID-19 outbreak, we will host a town hall to answer questions and address concerns. Date Thursday, April 16, 2020 Time Time 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM Location Zoom meeting Open To ComCult Students Website https://ryerson.zoom.us/j/824239843
M.A. and Ph.D. students in the Joint Graduate Program in Communication & Culture at York University are invited to apply for the Ioan Davies Award. This award recognizes excellence in student scholarly and/or creative research. It is given annually to an outstanding student registered in the Graduate Program in Communication & Culture at York, who […]
For Communication & Culture PhD student Terri Chu, the Coronavirus outbreak has made her reflect on the SARS epidemic (2002-2003), and how racism and discrimination negatively affected local businesses. “The racism that sprung up - people avoiding Chinese businesses; not wanting to sit next to us on public transit - all of a sudden you […]
The Joint Graduate Program in Communication & Culture invites you to participate in Future Communications, a one-day symposium and Open House for current and prospective graduate students. The theme “Future Communications” can be interpreted broadly to include investigations of all aspects of culture, media, politics, policy, technology, and creative practice. Keynote Speaker: Mark Hayward “Platform […]
Named in honour of Dr. Mary McEwan, a feminist psychiatrist, this annual award of $1,000.00 will be awarded to one PhD dissertation produced in 2018-19 at York University in the area of feminist scholarship. An Awards Committee of faculty affiliated with the Centre will choose the winners. If you have dissertations that were recommended for […]
Professor Manfred Becker, a professor at York University and graduate of the Communication & Culture program, has a new documentary for CBC Docs POV. Saving Rabbit is a film that chronicles the story of Peter, aka "Rabbit," a Toronto fentanyl user seeking recovery. Red Button, the CBC short documentary series, first introduced viewers to Rabbit two years ago […]
This article originally appeared in YFile Christopher Innes From Sept. 26 to 28, Founders College is hosting an event series titled “Calypso, Carnival, Steel Band: Expressive Cultures of the Caribbean Diaspora” in honour of the late York University Professor Christopher Innes, whose contributions to the study of carnival have been inspirational to the event organizers […]