Entries by Constance Lafontaine

Dr. Kim Sawchuk publishes article on RECAA and digital technologies

Dr. Kim Sawchuk’s new article appears in a special issue on the theme of “Mediatization and cultural change” in the journal MedieKultur. The piece is titled “Tactical mediatization and activist ageing: pressures, push-backs, and the story of RECAA”, and discusses the integration of digital media technologies and practices into the Montreal-based activist group Respecting Elders: Communities […]

Call for Papers: Meaning and Culture(s): Exploring the Life Course

The European Network in Aging Studies is organizing its 8th International Conference on Cultural Gerontology. It will be held from April 10 to 13 2014 at the National University of Ireland in Galway. The conference, titled “Meaning and Culture(s): Exploring the Life Course,” will provide a forum to present and discuss research on the process […]

Dr. Line Grenier and Dr. Kim Sawchuk Presenting at the Canadian Communication Association Conference

ACM directors Dr. Line Grenier and Dr. Kim Sawchuk will be presenting papers at the annual conference for the Canadian Communication Association (CCA), which will be held from June 5th to 7th in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. Their papers will be featured as part of two panels organized on the topic of ageing at the […]

News from RECAA

There are many new things going on over at Respecting Elders: Communities Against Abuse (RECAA). RECAA has recently launched a new website (www.recaa.ca) and a newsletter. The group is also presenting a theatrical event in Montreal on June 13th to celebrate its 10th anniversary and to recognize World Elder Abuse Awareness Day. The event is […]

Dr. Kim Sawchuk Chairing A Conference on Differential Mobilities

Dr. Kim Sawchuk is chairing a conference titled Differential Mobilities: Movement and Mediation in Networked Societies. The conference is hosted by Concordia University’s Mobile Media Lab and will be held from May 8th to May 11th 2013 in Montreal, Canada. More information on this conference is available on the Mobile Media Lab’s website.