Marshall McLuhan, like his mother Elsie, was a gifted performer, and he enjoyed “putting on” audiences and playing the wise fool. This workshop explores his tricksterish public persona and the ways his punditry on television, in interviews, and as a lecturer was a skillfully crafted means to trick audiences into new forms of perception.

Presented by Dr. John Dennis Anderson
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