• gemtechconcordia

University TV – Screening & Discussion

Concordia’s Media History Research Centre will be presenting “University TV – Screening & Discussion” tomorrow Friday March 7, at 3pm in VA-114.

It will be hosted by Charles Acland and Christine Mitchell, and the panelists include Judith Herz (English), Howard Fink (Sociology), Nancy Marelli (Archivist Emeritus), and William Buxton (Communication Studies).

_____________________________________________


The MHRC is pleased to invite you all to a free special screening and discussion of two experiments in university television. In 1961, Sir George Williams University produced a short series of half-hours programs, with the local CBC affiliate, to extend university life into the city. We will screen two of these – ‘The Humanities’ and ‘The Role of the University’ – followed by a panel discussion on the history of the university’s relationship to changing media contexts and on the legacy of Concordia’s innovative efforts in media pedagogy.

Contact: c.acland@concordia.ca


0 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All

Upcoming Talk: "Nothing Succeeds like Excess"

When: Thursday, February 11th 2021 @ 6:00pm - 7:15pm EST "Nothing Succeeds like Excess": Blockbusters and the Pandemic Politics of Entertainment by: Charles Acland Distinguished University Research Pr

  • White Instagram Icon

© Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema, Concordia University

Contact Us

Quick Access