• SHARE YOUR SUCCESS with the Success of the Canadian Journal of Communication


    SHARE YOUR SUCCESS with the Success of the Canadian Journal of Communication

    Contribute your gift today to receive your 2021 tax deduction.
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    • participation in the presence of a Canadian communications voice in global discourse
    • recognition as a Charter Donor (when donating over $100 in 2021)
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  • Call for Papers: CJC's Policy Portal 4 - "Regulation"


    The Canadian Journal of Communication (CJC) Policy Portal seeks submissions for Policy Portal 4, focusing on the theme of “regulation.” 

    Submission Deadline and Guidelines 

    Submission Deadline Extended to April 15, 2022

    Peer-review Process: Spring 2022 

    Publication: Est. Fall 2022 

    Submission Length: 5000–7,000 words, including references

    CJC Submission Guidelines: 

    Submit to the CJC and indicate that your paper is for the Policy Portal.

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  • Special Issue: Materials and Media of Infrastructure


    The Canadian Journal of Communication, Volume 46, Issue 2 has now been published. Subscribers now have access to all articles, including the full online volume of CJC 46.2:

    Table of Contents

    Guest Editorial

    Materials and Media of Infrastructure by Aleksandra Kaminska & Rafico Ruiz  143


    Hosting Cultures: Placing the Global Data Centre “Industry” by  Patrick Brodie 151–176

    Staking a Claim: Mineral Mining, Prospecting Logics, and Settler Infrastructures by Hannah Tollefson 177–199

    Infrastructure that Sings: Kwawaka'wakw Social Media for Wild Salmon in the Broughton Archipelago  by Shirley Roburn  201–224

    Infrastructure and the Form of Politics by Darin Barney  225–246

    Gaming Extractivisim: Unjust Infrastructures, Cultural Resistance, and the Politics of Play in Elizabeth LaPensee Thunderbird Strike by Jordan Kinder 247–269

    Acoustic Infrastructure: The Sounds and Politics of Emergency Radio Tests in American Broadcasting by Andy Kelleher Stuhl  271–290

    From Labrador to Leipzig: Film and Infrastructures along the Fur Trail  by Rachel Jekanowski 291–314

    Mediating the Tree: Infrastructure of Pulp and Paper Modernity in the Bowater Papers  by Aleksandra Kaminska & Rafico Ruiz 315–343

    The Bridge Spanning Past, Present, and Future: Time Infrastructure by Rob Shields 345–361

    Afterword: Infrastructural Fantasties by Nicole Starosielski 363–368


    Ghost by Kate Maddalena 369–375


    A History of Women Cartoonists. By Mira Falardeau. Erika Chung 377–379

    Managing Media and Digital Organizations. By Eli M. Noam. Maria Borkowski 381–383

    Information Activism: A Queer History of Lesbian Media Technologies. By Cait McKinney. Nelanthi Hewa 385–387

    Making Open Development Inclusive: Lessons from IDRC Research. Edited by Matthew L. Smith & Ruhiya Kristine Seward. Amanda Hunter 389–391

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  • The Asper Fellowship in Media


    The Asper Fellowship in Media,

    Faculty of Information and Media Studies,

    Western University, London, Ontario, Canada

    The Faculty of Information and Media Studies (FIMS) at Western University invites applications for the Asper Fellowship in Media. The role of the Fellow is to promote public discussion of a range of issues related to the nature of Canadian media. In reckoning with ongoing activism and policy responses to racism and inclusion, our current Asper Fellowship emphasizes the intersection of media and racialized groups in Canada and abroad, including Black communities, Indigenous communities, communities of colour and new immigrant communities of colour. We seek applications from scholars and journalists who study or produce media for and about racialized groups in mainstream or independent contexts.

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