Communication is Everyday Life
Fundamental to the way we live, and vital to nearly every human relationship, industry sector and professional field, communication and media are among the most relevant, exciting and powerful subjects you can choose to study.
Communication and Media Studies provides a foundation like no other for facing the challenges of contemporary society. Learning how to evaluate, manage and influence the constant flow of messages from all directions is a significant skillset with real-world impact.
Communication and Media Studies will help you better understand our media-saturated landscape, and how we interact with one another. It empowers you to think widely and critically about the people and mechanisms that influence the world around us.
Common Carriage and Cultural Policy for the 21st Century: An Interview with Prof. Dwayne Winseck
Dr. Dwayne Winseck, Professor with the School of Journalism and Communication, was invited by the Senate Transportation and Communication Committee to deliver expert testimony last week, as part of a... More
Celebrating 10 years of the Attallah Lecture
As the Communications and Media Studies program at Carleton University celebrates its 40th anniversary, last week’s annual Attallah Lecture celebrated a milestone of its own, marking its tenth year of... More
New adventures in communication
To study communication is to study the very nature of what it means to be human. This was the message that faculty members and staff from the School of Journalism... More
Lim publishes Roots, Routes, and Routers
The summer 2018 issue of the Journalism & Communication Monographs series is dedicated to Merlyna Lim’s work on media and social movements. In a monograph titled Roots, Routes, and Routers:... More
Lim’s new chapter and interview with De Standaard
Merlyna Lim was featured in the April 7th edition De Standaard, a Flemish daily newspaper in Belgium. Largely based on her interview with Lim, in In Azië heet perscensuur ‘strijd... More
Lim delivers talks at Purdue and UMich
Merlyna Lim, Canada Research Chair in Digital Media and Global Network Society, delivered a keynote talk at the Politicians and Social Media in the Global South seminar held on 14... More
Dobson publishes second book
Kathy Dobson, PhD candidate in Communication, celebrates the release of her second book this spring. Punching and Kicking: Leaving Canada’s Toughest Neighbourhood (Véhicule Press, May 2018) is the sequel to... More