Trees, Media, and Materiality: The Legacies of the Industrial Newspaper in North America
Dr. Stamm’s talk traces the history of the twentieth century US newspaper from its origins in Canadian forests to the hands of its American readers.
This is a guest lecture hosted by the UBC History Department Media Cluster.
About the Presenter
Dr. Stamm, a political and cultural historian, has explored in his work topics such as the political economy of news and journalism, the materiality of media, the relationship between radio sound and printed text in the 1930s, media reform campaigns in the 1960s and 1970s, the intellectual history of communication theory, and religious broadcasting on radio and television.