Critical Studies Conference 2017

(Re)conceptualizing the “margins”: Alterity and resistance in critical and communication theory


We are pleased to present the School of Communication's annual Critical
Studies Conference (CSC), to take place next Friday, April 28th and
Saturday, April 29th at Harbour Centre, Room 1415. Our theme this year is
(Re)conceptualizing the ³margins²: Alterity and resistance in critical and
communication theory. Please find the program attached.

The conference features seven panels, a soundwalk of downtown Vancouver, and
two keynote lectures by political economy scholar Janet Wasko and local
activist and author Harsha Walia.

Following Janet Wasko's presentation on Friday, we will be having dinner and
drinks at Nuba Gastown. If you would like to join us for dinner, please RSVP
through eventbrite so that we are able to confirm numbers:

Faculty, staff, graduate students, undergraduate students, and members of
the general public are all encouraged to attend. Please circulate this
invitation among any interested friends, family, and your contacts in other
departments. Feel free to join us for any part of the conference. No
registration is required for regular panel sessions or the keynote
plectures, however those planning on attending Friday's dinner should RSVP
through the link above.

Many thanks to the Graduate Caucus, the School of Communication, the Faculty
of Communication, Art and Technology (FCAT), the Institute of the Humanities
at SFU, and the Canadian Communication Association.

We look forward to seeing you soon!

All the best, 
Alicia Massie & Benjamin Anderson
CSC 2017 Organizers

Friday, April 28


Saturday, April 29

Room 1415

Harbour Centre