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Posted on November 15, 2017 by

Jeremy Shtern | Social Media and Promotional Culture

  Jeremy Shtern | Social Media and Promotional Culture Questions about the democratic impact of social media political advertising have recently burst their way onto policy agendas and into public consciousness. But if politics can be manipulated by targeted social media content, what are the implications for our daily lives as consumers and citizens when brands Read More

Posted on September 23, 2014 by

Wolfgang Ernst: “Temporalizing the Present and Archiving Presence. The Impact of Time-Critical Media Technologies”

The Media History Research Centre at Concordia University is delighted to announce a public lecture: Wolfgang Ernst “Temporalizing the Present and Archiving Presence. The Impact of Time-Critical Media Technologies” Friday 26 September, starting at 4:00 PM Concordia University, MB 2.210 Wolfgang Ernst is Professor of Media Theory at Humboldt University, Berlin, where he also directs the “Medienarchäologischer Fundus,” Read More