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Filmmaker in Residence: Phil Hoffman

Please join us for our end of course celebration in SS 203 at 3 p.m., featuring a screening of Hoffman’s acclaimed Slaughterhouse (Canada, 2014). After the film, Hoffman will discuss Process Cinema as it informs his filmmaking practice and as a governing premise for the course, closing with a selection of new student work.

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Honours Day

Department of Communication, Media and Film Honours Students are invited to join faculty, staff, and family  in celebration of their achievements and to share their research for the past academic year. Future honours students are also welcome to attend.

April 27, 2018

12:00-1:00 p.m.

SS 217

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Social Media & Civic Culture In Canada Symposium

Join us at the Rozsa Centre, University of Calgary campus, on March 17, 2018. 

Hosted by:
Department of Communication, Media and Film
University of Calgary

Research Team:
Dr. Maria Bakardjieva 
Dr. Delia Dumitrica
Mylynn Felt

Sponsored by:
The Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada

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A History of Radical Super 8 Film Art in Canada: A Lecture by John Porter

John Porter is a Super 8 Filmmaker, Photographer, Performer,

and Writer based in Toronto. His talk traces a personal history

of super 8 and 8mm production, distribution, and exhibition in

Canada, beginning in Toronto in the 1960s with artists like

Michael Snow and Joyce Wieland. 

Friday, March 9 2018, 2:30pm

Main Campus, Social Sciences 203

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CanWest Global Lecture Series: "In Defense of Rage: Black Feminist Political Resources for 21st Century Struggle"

For more information, please visit our Eventbrite

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Now Accepting Applications for MA and PhD Programs!

The Graduate Program in Communication and Media Studies offers students opportunities to pursue their research interests in such fields as critical media studies, policy and surveillance, feminist media studies, media history, and film and visual culture, among others.

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Ashley's Study Abroad Experience - Making the Most of a COMS Minor

My name is Ashley P. and I’m a fourth year student at the University of Calgary, where I major in Political Science and minor in Communications. Throughout the course of my undergraduate degree, I’ve spent two semesters abroad, one in Sweden and one in Singapore.

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PhD Candidate Mylynn Felt Awarded 2017 Vanier Scholarship

The Department of Communication, Media and Film is thrilled to congratulate PhD candidate Mylynn Felt on being awarded a distinguished 2017 Vanier Scholarship! Mylynn's research proposal is titled Preventing Violence Against Women: Emerging Practices of Canadian Activism through Social Media. 

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Student Experience: Berlin Summer School 2017

COMS student Monica Henderson has kindly agreed to share her unique experience with all of us while attending The Summer School in Berlin on a group study program (! Watch this space as well as our Facebook and Twitter pages for updates!

Here is an excerpt from her article, 7 Things You Should Know About Group Study Programs:

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CMF PhD Candidate AnneMarie Dorland to Present at SSHRC Storytellers Contest 2017

AnneMarie Dorland, PhD candidate in the Communication and Media Studies program in the Department of Communication, Media and Film is a finalist in the SSHRC Storytellers contest to be held during the 2017 Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences at Ryerson at the end of May. AnneMarie was also recently honored as an outstanding TA in the University of Calgary Teaching Excellence Awards. Her dissertation examines what designers creative processes can offer to people in other industries.

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