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Thank you to all Faculty, Staff and Students that attended Honours Day 2018.

CMF Prof. Jessalynn Keller releases new collection of essays: "Emergent Feminisms".

Have you ever wondered about the role of social media in the mobilization of citizens for collective action and participation in Canadian democracy? 

Join CMF Professor Mél Hogan on March 28th for: "Kim TallBear & Jessica Kolopenuk, Decolonizing Science and Technology" 

CMF Student Drew Thomas discusses the upcoming Rundle Summit 

Join the Department of Communication, Media and Film for "In Defense of Rage: Black Feminist Political Resources for 21st Century Struggle".

Date: February 28th 2018 5-6:30 p.m. 

Location: Main Campus, Alberta Room

Admission: Free with registration


CMF Professor Gregory Taylor, lead on Canadian Spectrum Policy Research at the University of Calgary spoke Wednesday on the Calgary Eyeopener about the telecommunications giant Shaw offering buyouts to 6,500 employees.

Applications for the Study Abroad Travel Award are now open!

#MeToo Backlash: Why Some Women Can't Get Behind the Movement

CMF Assistant Professor Jessalynn Keller was recently featured in Chatelaine Online, commenting on the backlash and messy middle ground arising for women around the #MeToo movement.

Read the full article here


Assitant Professor Mél Hogan Contributes to Publication, Digital Technology and Sustainability: Engaging the Paradox

Dr. Mél Hogan contributed a chapter to Publication, Digital Technology and Sustainability: Engaging the Paradox. Edited by Mike Hazas and Lisa Nathan.

A description of the book:

"This book brings together diverse voices from across the field of sustainable human computer interaction (SHCI) to discuss what it means for digital technology to support sustainability and how humans and technology can work together optimally for a more sustainable future. Written by an interdisciplinary team of contributors this book will be of great interest to students and scholars of human computer interaction and environmental studies."

You can find the book online here.


Teen Vogue Makes Waves: How being woke may be profitable according to CMF prof

CMF Assistant Professor Jessalynn Keller wrote a piece for The Conversation Canada about her experience at the recent Teen Vogue Summit this December, aimed at empowering women and challenging stereotypes. 

Read the article here