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Media@McGill is a hub of interdisciplinary research, scholarship and public outreach on issues in media, technology and culture. Its main focus is the study of contemporary media. Media@McGill is based in the Department of Art History and Communication Studies at McGill University, but its projects are interdisciplinary in nature and involve scholars from other fields as well as non-academics. 

For 2012–2017, Media@McGill will be focusing on the question of Media and Democracy, following a five-year program tentatively structured around the following themes: 

Media, War and Conflict (2012-2013)
, Participatory Media (2013-2014)
, Media, Senses and Sensibilities (2014-2015)
, Art, Media and the Public Sphere(s) (2015-2016)
, and Media and the Environment (2016-2017)

Media@McGill’s activities are supported by McGill University and most notably by the Beaverbrook Fund for Media@McGill, created by a generous gift from the Beaverbrook Canadian Foundation.


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