The Media History Research Centre at Concordia University is delighted to announce a public lecture:
“Temporalizing the Present and Archiving Presence. The impact of Time-Critical Media Technologies”
Friday 26 September, starting at 4:00 PM
Concordia University, MB 2.210
Wolfgang Ernst is Professor of Media Theory at Humboldt University, Berlin, where he also directs the “Medienarchäologischer Fundus,” a major archive and laboratory for research on “old media” artifacts. One of the key figures of Media Archaeology, Ernst is the author of several books and articles (in German) in media theory and media archaeology. A recent collection of his translated essays is Digital Memory and the Archive (Minnesota UP, 2012).
Sponsors: Concordia University Research Chair in Communication Studies and the Concordia University Research Chair in Media and Contemporary Literature.
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Prof. Ernst will also be giving a public lecture at 6:00 PM on Thursday 25 September at the Canadian Centre for Architecture. Further details can be found at http://www.cca.qc.ca