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A Calgary woman (Kevann Carter) is outraged after finding photos of herself on a man's social media account, asking people to rate her appearance. There are similarities between Carter's situation and how Facebook got its start, University of Calgary media studies professor Tamara Shepherd says.

Congratulations to Associate Professor of Film Studies Charles Tepperman, who will be honoured at this year's Faculty of Arts Awards ceremony on May 11th.

We are delighted to announce that Dr. Charlene Elliott, a Professor in the Department of Communication, Media and Film has published a new book, 'How Canadians Communicate VI'

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The Calgary Institute for the Humanities & The Department of Communication, Media and Film present - Filmed in Alberta, Hollywood and the Last Great Wilderness of the Early Twentieth Century

We are excited to announce that Movies that Matter will be screening the internationally acclaimed film 'Among the Believers' as the final film of their 2015/2016 season. 

CMF Instructor Lisa Stowe takes part in a three-part Global News 'Grocery Grind Series', which discusses the impact of spiking food prices in Alberta.

Professor Gregory Taylor discusses the Postmedia layoffs on Global News.

Annual deadline for applications to the graduate program: January 15th.

This year, three exciting group study programs are being offered by the Department of CMF.

We are delighted to announce that two CMF professors have collaborated and published a new book: Speaking Power to Truth.

Recruits bolster arts faculty’s pursuit of new research initiatives and growth opportunities

Barbara Schneider and Liza McCoy survey hundreds of Calgarians to better understand 'hard work of having fun'

Associate Professor Dr. Ron Glasberg was recognized at the annual Calgary Awards for the Community Achievement Award in Education.

Job offers long days, lots to learn, and a peek behind the scenes of May 5 vote

Charles Tepperman says home movies gave middle class the opportunity to chronicle everyday life