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University of Toronto. McLuhan Program in Culture and Technology
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McLuhan, Eric: miscellaneous

File consists of correspondence related to Eric McLuhan and the estate of Marshall McLuhan as clients of CSWS Ltd. Subjects include: discussion of W. Terrence Gordon sale of McLuhan material to Batty Publishers (New Jersey); draft announcement of the founding of the Marshall McLuhan Institute for the Study of Culture and Communication (later known as McLuhan Program in Culture and Technology) at the University of Toronto; article by Eric McLuhan titled: "Virtual Reality: Theatre Without Walls" (1994).

McLuhan, Marshall

File consists of records related to Marshall McLuhan and his estate as clients of CSWS Ltd. Includes: correspondence, primarily about rights and reproductions of his work; postcards from Corinne McLuhan; course listings and events for the McLuhan Program in Culture and Technology at the University of Toronto, 1998-1999.

McLuhan, Marshall

File consists of records related to Marshall McLuhan and his estate as clients of CSWS Ltd. Includes: assorted correspondence about public appearances, rights and reproductions of his work; royalty statements; September 23-29 1978 issue of TV Guide featuring an article from Marshall McLuhan "Shall We Laugh or Cry?"; proposal for the McLuhan Program International at the University of Toronto; programme information for the 1998 Coach House Festival at the University of Toronto.

Veltman, Kim

File consists of records related to McLuhan scholar and CSWS Ltd. client Kim Veltman. Includes correspondence with Veltman and a copy of the 1993 Report of the Review Committee of the McLuhan Program in Culture and Technology at the University of Toronto.

McLuhan, Eric

File consists of correspondence related to Eric McLuhan and the estate of Marshall McLuhan as clients of CSWS Ltd. Topics include: rights management and permission requests of the work of Marshall McLuhan; lecture series to be given by Eric McLuhan at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champagne in 2003; discussion of the relationship between the McLuhan Program in Culture and Technology and the Faculty of Information Studies at the University of Toronto; details about keynote addresses given by Eric McLuhan in 1983 at the Teleglobe Communications Conference and a conference organized by the Planetary Association for Clean Energy (includes biographical highlights and a headshot photograph.) Also included is a transcript of an essay by Bob Rodgers from 2008 titled, "In the Garden with the Guru: Adventures with Marshall McLuhan" which appeared on the website of the Literary Review of Canada.