Centenary of the birth of Marshall McLuhan : international conference Then/Now/Next, November 7-10, 2011 at the University of Toronto [fr]

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NOVEMBER 7-10, 2011 in Toronto

2011 marks the centenary of the birth of Marshall McLuhan. To celebrate this event and this great figure of media theory who foresaw very early how technology would transform humanity, the University of Toronto’s McLuhan Program in Culture & Technology joined forces with The City of Toronto’s Economic Development and Culture Division and Mozilla to create the McLuhan100 project.

As part of McLuhan100, the Then/Now/Next conference & festival will take place in Toronto from November 7 to November 10. A hundred Canadian and international experts will participate to these four days dedicated to Marshall McLuhan’s theories and their echoes in today’s world.

Among them, several French guests have been invited in collaboration with the Consulate General of France in Toronto:

[| Arnaud BEAUFORT

Deputy director of the BNF (National Library of France) in charge of Gallica – the digital section of the library

Lecture: "Data.bnf.fr and Gallica.bnf.fr: The two faces of the electronic NLF/BNF"
Monday, November 7 - 4.15PM_

Professor at the University Paris 3 Sorbonne Nouvelle / ISCC (CNRS)

Lecture: “Rebabelizing the global village or the rise of the other globalization”
Wednesday, November 9 - 4.45pm_

Professor of socio-anthropology of the electronic uses at ParisTech

Lecture: "Offline/Online Multiplexity and the extension of personal networks”
Thursday, November 10 - 10.45pm_

All the lectures and round table discussions will take place at the University of Toronto
89 Chestnut Street

Entrance pass for all the lectures and round table discussions: $275; $75 (for students)
Entrance pass for one day: $100; $35 (for students)

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