Three members of the Communications Program are attending the biennial conference of the Canadian Association of Cultural Studies, Disruptions, at the Balsillie School of International Affairs, in Waterloo, January 14-17, 2016.
PhD student Simon Vodrey is presenting a paper entitled, “Double-Headed Inherent Disrupter: The Electric Telegraph & the Press in the American Civil War” and PhD student Scott Mitchell and faculty member Sheryl Hamilton are presenting an article they are co-authoring, “Playing at Apocalypse: Reading Plague Inc. in and as Pandemic Culture.”
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