Wilfrid Laurier University Graduate Calendar - 2010/2011
Canadian Excellence

Department of Communication Studies

Faculty/Staff

Graduate Faculty
  • Alexandra Boutros, Assistant Professor of Communication Studies
  • Martin Dowding, PhD (Toronto), Assistant Professor of Communication Studies
  • Jonathan Finn, PhD (Rochester), Associate Professor of Communication Studies
  • Jenna Hennebry, PhD (Western), Assistant Professor of Communication Studies
  • Andrew Herman, PhD (Boston College), Associate Professor of Communication Studies
  • Paul Heyer, PhD (Rutgers), Professor of Communication Studies
  • Penelope Ironstone-Catterall, PhD (York), Associate Professor of Communication Studies
  • Iwona Irwin-Zarecka, PhD (California), Professor of Communication Studies
  • Barbara Jenkins, PhD (Yale), Associate Professor of Communication Studies
  • Anne-Marie Kinahan, PhD (Carleton), Assistant Professor of Communication Studies
  • Martin Morris, PhD (York), Associate Professor of Communication Studies
  • Herbert Pimlott, PhD (London), Associate Professor of Communication Studies
  • Peter Urquhart, PhD (McGill), Assistant Professor of Communication Studies
  • Darren Wershler-Henry, PhD (York), Assistant Professor of Communication Studies

 
Notes on Courses Contained in Graduate Calendar

As far as possible, each program attempts to provide a full range of core courses and electives. However, every course listed in this Calendar is not available in every session or every year.

Students are encouraged to consult the program/department to inquire about course offerings each year.

 
Course Offerings
Course #TitleCredits
CS600 Graduate Seminar in Communication Studies 0.5
CS601 Communication Studies Research Methods 0.5
CS610 Media Archaeology 0.5
CS611 Strategic Communication: Practices, Politics, Publics 0.5
CS612 Opinion-Editorial: Practices, Politics, Publics 0.5
CS613 Owning Culture 0.5
CS614 Post-industrial Communication: The Rise and Fall of a Very Good Idea 0.5
CS615 Global Cultures: Hybrids, Homogeneities and Flows 0.5
CS616 Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) and Migration Systems 0.5
CS617 Risk, Media and Science 0.5
CS618 Queer Media Studies 0.5
CS619 Cognitive Theories of Communication 0.5
CS620 Communication and Gender 0.5
CS621 [Trans]National Identities, News Media/tions and the Place of the Public 0.5
CS640 Special Topics 0.5
CS650 Visual Communication and Culture in Theory and Practice 0.5
CS651 Visual Communication and Disciplinary Vision 0.5
CS652 Material Culture 0.5
CS653 Video Game Studies 0.5
CS654 The Politics of Memory Markers: International Comparisons 0.5
CS655 Image, Sound, Text 0.5
CS656 Theories of Visual Communication and Culture 0.5
CS690 Directed Studies 0.5
CS695 Major Research Paper 1.0
CS699 Thesis 2.0