The format is a roundtable on the question “What is Media Studies, Anyway?” with Dr. Liam Mitchell, Assistant Professor and Chair of Cultural Studies at Trent University, and Dr. Danielle Taschereau-Mamers, Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow in the Humanities at the Jackman Humanities Institute at the University of Toronto.
The next day, Thursday 15 March, Dr. Young will be giving a public lecture for the “Salon Seminar” series of Trent University’s Ph.D. program in Cultural Studies on “Lists, Salt, Beavers and the Pursuit of Paradigms in Media Theory.”
Dr. Young will also be at NYU’s Supply and Command conference on April 19-20 to present on “Salt: A Media History” and participate in a roundtable on Elemental Media.
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