Saturday, April 13, 2024

War & Conflict

Health

Corporate Media

‘We Are a Nation of Shopkeepers’

Abstract Professor Cees Hamelink has been a rare critical voice in Dutch and international communication scholarship for the last half a century. His work has...

Academia

‘We Are a Nation of Shopkeepers’

Abstract Professor Cees Hamelink has been a rare critical voice in Dutch and international communication scholarship for the last half a century. His work has...

Most Popular

Society

Propaganda, External Actors, and the South African Elections

In the wake of the International Court of Justice's ruling that there is a plausibility of genocide being committed by Israel in Gaza, it...

Resuscitating the Comatose: The Defibrillating Fine Art of John Whitehead

Introduction Michelangelo mastered mannerism, Georges Seurat pointillism, Vincent Van Gogh impressionism, Edvard Munch expressionism, and Pablo Picasso cubism. The multiplicity of movements developed by countless...

The End of Canada: The Shift from Democracy to Totalitarian Behaviour in the ‘Pandemic Era’

Introduction March 2024 marks the fourth anniversary of one of the most disastrous assaults on human rights in Canadian history. This assault was in synch...

Manifesto for Peace Media in the 21st Century

Professors and researchers in the field of communication launch a manifesto calling for the media to serve peace. In the midst of an upsurge of...

Symposium: Silencing the Academics

If COINTELPRO, a government-sponsored program from the 1950s to the 1970s, was meant to “expose, disrupt, misdirect, discredit, or otherwise neutralize” alternative perspectives on...

Theory & Practice

Orisanmi Burton’s ‘Tip of the Spear’: a review by Professor Jared Ball

I decenter these duly noted, juridically mediated, and scholastically authorized sources of evidence, focussing instead on “discredited,” “inadmissible,” and “untrustworthy” modes of knowledge, analysis...

Latest Articles

Must Read