Edward Hamilton

Faculty Member, Program Convenor

Communication Studies

Capilano University

Dr. Edward Hamilton is a faculty member in the Communication Studies program at Capilano University in North Vancouver, with a PhD from the School of Communication at SFU. His dissertation is a critical historical examination of online education as a transformative movement in higher education. He also participated as a research assistant on the SSHRC funded Learning Spaces project, and has taught courses at SFU in the areas of technology studies, communication studies, and popular culture.

E-mail: tedh [at] sfu [dot] ca


Book Chapters 

Hamilton, E. (forthcoming). Going solo: Narratives of the missing and the searching. S. Edmonds & S. Hermant (Eds.). D'Or. Vancouver: The Or Gallery.

Hamilton, E. (2003). There's no such thing as free luck. Production, Consumption, Function.Vancouver: The Helen Pitt Gallery.


Hamilton, E., Xin, C. & Feenberg, A. (2005). Online education: New approaches to history and theory. Applied Communication and Technology Laboratory Monograph Series No. 1. Vancouver: Simon Fraser University.

Hamilton, E. & Feenberg, A. (2005). The technical codes of online education. Techne: Research in Philosophy and Technology.Vol. 9, No. 1 (Fall, 2005). Special Issue: Education and Citizenship in the Digital Age. D. Baird & A. Gordon (Eds.). Online:http://scholar.lib.vt.edu/ejournals/SPT/v9n1/hamilton.html

Hamilton, E. (2002). Putting the demos back into democracy: Indymedia and illusions of democratisation in the information age. KilometerZero 3 (Fall, 2002). Paris: KilometerZero. 88-91.