[Air-L] Welcome to the International Journal of McLuhan Studies(Online Version)

Alex Kuskis alex.kuskis at sympatico.ca
Tue Feb 7 08:08:45 PST 2012

On the wave of the vibrant multidisciplinary debate which has been
revitalized around McLuhan’s thought in the conferences, seminars and
various events organized worldwide for the McLuhan centennial (1911‐2011),
this journal aims to stimulate new reflections on the immense contribution
of this author and promote innovative critical work crossing national and
disciplinary boundaries. The purpose of The International Journal of McLuhan
Studies is to cover a wide variety of disciplines including Media studies,
Performing and Visual Arts, Linguistics, Literature, Intellectual and
Cultural history, Social Sciences, Educational Studies and Anthropology.

Under the scientific direction of Derrick de Kerckhove and Eric McLuhan, and
combining a more traditional paper issue with a digital variant, The
International Journal of McLuhan Studies aims at a hypertextual,
interconnected and “open‐ended” critical discourse. It will embrace
original research in the section “Messages” and provide space for other
kinds of publication: the section “From the Gutemberg Galaxy” will feature
book reviews, annual surveys of recent writing and unpublished material,
while the section “On Air” will include interviews with artists, writers,
and intellectuals. “Media ecology” will be dedicated to short notes,
review articles, assessments of recent noteworthy events and critical
surveys of important scholarly questions.

The Editorial directors: Emanuela Patti and Matteo Ciastellardi

Homepage: http://www.mcluhanstudies.com/index.php

Editorial Board, Advisory Board & Institutional Partners:

Alex Kuskis, PhD
Adjunct Professor
MA Program in Communication & Leadership
School of Professional Studies
Gonzaga University (via e-learning)

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