SMC155H1: SMC One: The McLuhan Seminar in Creativity and Technology


This seminar is an interdisciplinary exploration of the relationship between creativity and technology. Inspired by the innovative thinking of Marshall McLuhan, it explores how the humanities relate to other fields of thought and research in addressing the individual, social and cultural experiences and effects of technological innovation. This course may include a compulsory travel component (location to be determined based on travel restrictions). (An ancillary fee of $1,750 is required to help cover a portion of the travel costs.) Not eligible for CR/NCR option.

This course is restricted to newly admitted Faculty of Arts and Science students accepted to SMC One. Applications are due before the end of April (deadline subject to change). Apply via the JOIN U of T website.

Admission to SMC One
Creative and Cultural Representations (1)