Volume 12, No. 2
April 2000

Mercurial Matters

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Letters to the Editor

2000 in Munich

Pamphlet Series

Videotex, the Internet, and Innovation in France and the United States

Book Review:
Global Communications since 1844

Communication Technologies and the Public Historian

News of the Field:
Cryptography/Cryptology

Off the Record

Global Communication Networks at OAM/NCPH

E-Mail Alert

A Century of Engineering Achievements

First Media Ecology Association Conference

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First Media Ecology
Association Conference

What communication technologies changed the course of history? What in the thinking of McLuhan, Mumford, Innis, Ong, Fuller, Ellul, and Wiener can help us to make sense of today and tomorrow's worlds? Who is doing comparable thinking today? Does it matter where and how these thoughts are disseminated? Are today's media out of control? If so, to what degree?

These and other questions will be addressed at the First Media Ecology Association Conference this June 16-17, at Fordham University's Lincoln Center Campus in Manhattan, New York. Address inquiries to Professor Paul Levinson, Department of Communication and Media Studies, Fordham University, Bronx, New York 10458; 718/817-4863. Preferred contact point is <PaulLevinson@compuserve.com>.