A Bibliography of Media and Communication History for 2011 , compiled by Barbara M. Freeman. For earlier publications, see, a bibliography website compiled and maintained by Duncan Koerber.

Allen, Gene. “North American Triangle: Canadian Press, Associated Press and Reuters, 1918-1939.” In International Communication and Global News Networks: Historical Perspectives. Edited by Peter Putnis, Chandrika Kaul and Jurgen Wilke. New York: Hampton Press, 2011. [International Association of Media and Communication Research book series.]

Auer, Monica L. “Is bigger really better? TV and radio ownership policy under review.” Policy Options, 28:8, September 2007, 78-83.

Babe, Robert E. Media, Structures, and Power. The Robert E. Babe Collection. Edited by Edward Connor. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2011

Bourrie, Mark. The Fog of War. Censorship of Canada’s Media in World War Two. Vancouver and Toronto: D&M Publishers, Inc. 2011.

Diamantopoulos, M. (Ed.).Thirty Years of Journalism and Democracy in Canada: The Minifie Lectures, 1981-2010. Regina, Canadian Plains Research Center, 2009.

DiCenzo, Maria, with Lucy Delap and Leila Ryan. Feminist Media History. Suffrage, Periodicals and the Public Sphere. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011.

Dick, Michael. “Twenty years of unnecessary forward slashes: Critiquing narratives of the development of the Web.” In The Long History of New Media: Technology, Historiography and Contextualizing Newness. Edited by D. W. Park, N.W. Jankowski, & S. Jones. New York: Peter Lang Publishing, 2011, 145-159.

Druick, Zoë. “Visualising the world: The British documentary at Unesco.” In The Projection of England: A history of the GPO Film Unit. Edited by Scott Anthony and James G. Mansell. Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011, 272-280.

Dubois, Judith. “L’information internationale dans le quotidien La Presse au tournant du XXe siècle. Une progression marquée par l’attrait de la proximité.” Communication, 28 (2), 2011.

Edge, Marc. “An accidental success story: The forced diversification of Quebecor Media.” Journal of Media Business Studies 8(3), Fall 201, 69-87.

Freeman, Barbara M. Beyond Bylines. Media Workers and Women’s Rights in Canada. Kitchener-Waterloo, ON: Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2011.

Freeman, Barbara M. ‘‘A Public Sense of Ourselves’: Communication and Community-building in Canada’s LesbiaNews/LNews, 1989–98.” Westminister Papers in Communication and Culture, 8:3, 2011, 145-167. Available online at

Grandy, Karen. “Bylines, Headlines, Gender Lines: Women in Canadian Business Magazine in the late 1970s.” Canadian Journal of Media Studies 9.1 (2011): 1-32.

Hadlaw, Jan. “Saving Time and Annihilating Space: Discourses of Speed in AT&T Advertising, 1909–1929.” Space and Culture 14, no. 2 (2011): 85-113.

Koerber, Duncan. “Style over Substance: Newspaper Coverage of Early Election Campaigns in Canada, 1820-1841.” Canadian Journal of Communication, 36:3, 2011, 435-453.

Koerber, Duncan. “The Role of the Agent in Partisan Communication Networks of Upper Canadian Newspapers.” Journal of Canadian Studies. 45:3, 2011, 137-165.

Le Ray, Éric, Ed. “Le livre numérique : promesses et périls,” États du Québec 2011, Ed Boreal, 2011, 402-406.

Marquis, Dominique. “`Monsieur le rédacteur…’ ou quand les lecteurs de La Vérité prennent la plume. Analyse d’une correspondance, 1887-1888,” Média 19, 2011,

MacLennan, Anne F. “Reading Radio: The Intersection Between Radio and Newspapers for the Canadian Radio Listener in the 1930s.” In Radio and Society: New Thinking for an Old Medium. Edited by Matt Mollgaard. Newcastle-Upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2012, 16-29.

Moore, Paul S. “The Social Biograph: Newspapers as Archives of the Regional Mass Market for Movies.” In Explorations in New Cinema History. Edited by Richard Maltby, Philippe Meers, and Daniel Biltereyst. Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, 2011, 269-279.

Panayotidis, E. Lisa and Paul Stortz, “The Mythic Campus and the Professional Life: A. Scott Carter’s Pictorial Map of the University of Toronto, 1937.”History of Education Review [Australia] 40, no.1 (June 2011): 9-29.

Rosner, Cecil. Behind the Headlines: A History of Investigative Journalism in Canada. Paperback edition with a new introduction. Toronto: Oxford University Press Canada, 2011.

Spencer, David R. “Fact And Fiction.” In The American Journalism History Reader. Edited by Bonnie Brennen and Hanno Hardt. New York and London: Routledge Publishers, 2011, 452-466.

VanderBurgh, Jennifer. “(“Who Knows?) What Remains to be Seen: Archives and Other Pragmatic Problems for Canadian Television Studies.” In Canadian Television: Text and Context. Edited by Marian Bredin, Scott Henderson, and Sarah Matheson. Waterloo: Wilfrid Laurier Press, 2011, 39-57.

Vipond, Mary. The Mass Media in Canada (4th edition). Toronto: James Lorimer, 2011.

Wasson, Haidee and Michael Zryd, conveners. “Roundtable: History of Canadian Film Studies.” [Kay Armatage, André Gaudreault, John Locke, Peter Morris, Maurice Yacowar.] Ciné-Forum section. Canadian Journal of Film Studies 20, no. 1 (2011): 117-137.

Young, Jay. “Defining a Community in Exile: Vietnam War Resister Communication in AMEX Magazine, 1968-1973.” Histoire sociale/Social History vol. 44, no. 87 (May 2011): 115-147.