Key research areas: media archaeology and preservation, technology writing, digital platforms and infrastructure.
In 2013, Fred Wah, then Paliamentary Poet Laurate, produced a series a short videos to help make modern Canadian poetry more accessible. Darren Wershler, assistant professor in the Department of English, did a reading from Apostrophe.
Video courtesy of the Paliament of Canada.
Strategies for media clutter
Charles Acland, professor and Concordia University Research Chair in Communication Studies, and TerryO'Reilly, host of CBC Radio's Under the Influence, discuss strategies for media clutter by exploring humanity's long history with information overload.
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