This page features links to biographical material as well as links to journals, papers, projects, courses, research centers and new releases relevant to the life and work of the late Canadian communications theorist Marshall McLuhan.
- Jim Andrews, McLuhan Reconsidered
- Doug Brent, Oral Knowledge, Typographic Knowledge, Electronic Knowledge: Speculations on the History of Ownership
- Daniel Chandler, Biases of the Ear and Eye
- Daniel Chandler, Engaging with Media: Shaping and Being Shaped
- Daniel Chandler, Technological (or Media) Determinism
- John December, Characteristics of Oral Culture in Discourse on the Net
- Michael Doherty, Marshall McLuhan Meets William Gibson in Cyberspace
- Bernard Hibbitts, Making Sense of Metaphors: Visuality, Aurality and the Reconfiguration of American Legal Discourse
- Arthur Kroker, Digital Humanism: The Processed World of Marshall McLuhan
- John Mackenzie, The Slings and Arrows of Outrageous McLuhan
- Terje Norderhaug and Juliet Oberding, Designing a Web of Intellectual Property
- Jamie Rowse, Media and the Global Village: Myth or Reality?
- Benjamin Symes, Marshall McLuhan’s Global Village
- Donald Theall, Beyond the Orality, Literacy Dichotomy: James Joyce and the Prehistory of Cyberspace
- Paul Tiessen, From Literary Modernism to the Tantramar Marshes: Anticipating McLuhan in British and Canadian Media Theory and Practice