TO THE AIR uses the 20th anniversary of John Durham Peters’s Speaking into the Air as a springboard for scholars from a variety of disciplines, institutions, and geographical locations to critically and collaboratively reflect on the last two decades of work across the unruly and “undisciplined” fields of communication and media theory.
The symposium is organized around several broad themes that are foundational to Speaking into the Air as it has been received across the Humanities and Social Sciences. These are: Body, Dialogue, Dissemination, History, Language, Politics, Religion, and Technology.
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INTO THE AIR is generously funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, Carleton University’s Communication and Media Studies program in the School of Journalism and Communication, and by its Faculty of Public Affairs and Office of the Vice President (Research International)
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