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.
Brady and Kelly book featured in The Tyee
A new book co-authored by School of Journalism & Communication faculty Miranda Brady and John M.H. Kelly is drawing attention across the country. Prof. Brady (Communication and Media Studies) and... More
Young named summer research fellow at IKKM
Prof. Liam Cole Young has been invited to spend the summer in Weimar, Germany, as a Research Fellow at the International Research Institute for Cultural Technologies and Media Philosophy (IKKM)... More
Graduate students win three major external awards
Three graduate students in the Communication and Media Studies program have recently been named recipients of some highly competitive externally-funded donor awards at Carleton. In December, Liane Chiblow, Gabriela Capurro,... More
In Louvain: Wagman visits Belgium
The Communication and Media Studies program is developing an international partnership with the School of Communication at the Université catholique de Louvain in Belgium to develop joint opportunities for graduate... More
PhD candidate wins best paper award at International Studies Association convention
Stanislav Budnitsky, PhD Candidate in Communication, received the International Communication Best Paper Award at the 2017 International Studies Association (ISA) annual convention in Baltimore for his research paper, “Digital Nationalism: Post-Soviet... More
NNATC preservation project receives SSHRC funding
An Indigenous historical preservation project co-led by Miranda Brady, associate professor in Communication and Media Studies and co-director of the Centre for Indigenous Research, Culture, Language, and Education (CIRCLE), has... More
Warren Kinsella talks Trump, Brexit and the far-right threat
Carleton alumnus Warren Kinsella returned to his alma mater on Thursday, November 30 for a public lecture on the rise of the far-right in the Trump/Brexit era. Kinsella, who worked... More
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