From Fall 1967 to Spring 1968, Canadian media theorist Marshall McLuhan spent one academic year in New York City as the Albert Schweitzer Chair of the Humanities at Fordham University, invited by John Culkin S.J. On October 13th, 2017, the Department of Communication and Media Studies at Fordham University, in conjunction with the Book & Media
Studies Program at University of St. Michael’s College in the University of Toronto, will host a public event to celebrate the 50th anniversary of McLuhan’s intellectual presence in New York City.
With: Eric McLuhan The Lost Tetrads
Paul Levinson The Omnipotent Ear
John Carey The Responsive Chord, 2017
Welcoming words: Jacqueline Reich, Fordham University, Paolo Granata, University of Toronto
Greetings: Teri McLuhan
Fordham University School of Law (Room 7-119)