Enigmas: a solo exhibition by Andrew Feenberg.

Film and Perception: Editor, sound designer, director and author Walter Murch was in Vancouver February 15-17 for a series of events.  He spoke at a roundtable event with SFU Professors Andrew FeenbergLaura Marks and Martin Laba.

Bourgeois Philosophy? A lecture with Robert PippinRobert Pippin is the Raymond W. and Martha Hilpert Gruner Distinguished Service Professor, Committee on Social Thought and Department of Philosophy

Alphaville: Screening and Discussion. On Feb. 10 in the ACT Lab, Neil Narine hosted a screening and group discussion of Jean-Luc Godard’s Alphaville (1965), a film that examines the role of technology in a totalitarian future.


The Digital Self: Identity Theft and SecurityMark Poster, one of the first academics to provide critical commentary on the Internet, spoke at the ACT Lab Distinguished Speaker Series.  He offers provocative insight into the destabilization of identity, a concern highlighted by the rising tide of identity theft.

Collecting on the Barricades during Paris May Events of 1968Andrew Feenberg spoke on collecting the Paris May ’68 posters, newsletters, leaflets – and other similar ephemeral material of the daily “revolution/uprising” in the streets of Paris at the Simon Fraser University Library’s Share the Enthusiasm Lecture Series. [PDF Link ]