Mark Hayward

Department of Communication Studies

Associate Professor

Office: Technology Enhanced Learning Building, 3029
Phone: (416)736-2100 Ext: 77657
Emailmhayward@yorku.ca
Primary websitewww.yorku.ca/mhayward

Professor Hayward is an Assistant Professor of Communication Studies at York University. His work focuses on three areas: 1) Institutions of Diasporic broadcasting media; 2) Economic discourses in popular culture; 3) Philosophical approaches to technology. He is currently working on a history of mechanology (the “science of machines) as a site of theories of mediation and a history of transmedia production in third-language broadcasting in Canada.

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Degrees

M.A., McGill University
PhD., University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill

Appointments

Faculty of Graduate Studies


Research Interests

Communications , Culture and Cultural Studies

Selected Publications

Hanan, Joshua S. and Mark Hayward (Eds.). (2013) . Communication and the Economy: Meaning, Value and Agency . New York City: Peter Lang, 2013.

Current Research Projects

Crossmedia Economies of Ethnic Media in Canada, 1975-1990

Summary: 
This project examines the development of third-language media in Canada and the ways in which it made use of multiple forms of media to reach communities across Canada.


Project Type: Funded
Role: Principal Investigator

Histories of Mechanology

Summary: 
This collaborative project examines the history of mechanology, the science of machines, as it developed over the course of the 20th century. Examining the work of Franz Reuleaux, Jacques Lafitte, Gilbert Simondon and John Hart, this project situates their philosophical inquiries into 'the machine' in relation to attempts to theorize media and mediation during the same period.


Project Type: Self-Funded
Role: Co-PI


Start Date:  Month: Jan  Year: 2013
Collaborator: Ghislain Thibault
Collaborator Institution: Wilfrid Laurier University
Collaborator Role: Co-PI

Selected Publications

Hanan, Joshua S. and Mark Hayward (Eds.). (2013) . Communication and the Economy: Meaning, Value and Agency . New York City: Peter Lang, 2013.

All Publications

Books

Hanan, Joshua S. and Mark Hayward (Eds.). (2013) . Communication and the Economy: Meaning, Value and Agency . New York City: Peter Lang, 2013.

Hayward, Mark (Ed.). (2012) . Cultural Studies and Finance Capitalism. London: Routledge. (Republication of "The Economic Crisis and After". Cultural Studies, 24 (3), 2010.)

Book Chapters

Hayward, Mark. (2013) . Political Economy and Cultural Studies: Methodological Reflections on the Economy in U.S. Communication Studies (pp 21-‐43). In Communication and the Economy: Meaning Value and Agency . New York: Peter Lang.

Hayward, Mark. (2013) . Convergence Thinking, Information Theory and Labour in “End of Television” Studies (pp 117‐130). In Jan Teurlings and Marieke de Valk, eds. After the Break: Television Theory Today. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.

Hayward, Mark. (2012) . Ethnic Broadcasting: A History (pp 204-219). In Peter Urquhart and Ira Wagman, eds. Cultural Industries.ca: Making Sense of Canadian Media in the Digital Age . Toronto: James Lorimer and Company.

Hayward, Mark. (2010) . “Il Caso Canadese and the Question of Global Media (pp 21-36). In Michelle Ardizzioni and Chiara Ferrari, eds. Beyond Monopoly: Globalization in Contemporary Italian Media . Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.

Journal Articles

Hayward, M (2014). Settling Accounts: On The Subject of Economic Confessions. TOPIA: Canadian Journal of Cultural Studies, (30–31).

Hayward, Mark. (2013) . ATM, Teleprompter, Photobooth: A Brief History of Neoliberal Optics. New Formations, 80-‐81, 194-‐208.

Striphas, Ted and Mark Hayward. (2013) . Working Papers in Cultural Studies, or the Virtues of Grey Literature. New Formations, 78, 102-‐116.

Hayward, Mark and Bernard Geoghegan. (2012) . Introduction: Catching up with Simondon. SubStance , 41(3), 3-‐14.

Hayward, Mark. (2010) . Good Workers: Television Documentary, Migration and the Italian Nation, 1956‐1964. Modern Italy , 16 (1), 3‐17.

Upcoming Courses

TermCourse NumberSectionTitleType 
Fall/Winter 2017-2018 AP/COMN2700 6.0  Media, Culture and Society LECT  
Fall 2017 AP/COMN3550 3.0  Digital Media and Culture SEMR  


Professor Hayward is an Assistant Professor of Communication Studies at York University. His work focuses on three areas: 1) Institutions of Diasporic broadcasting media; 2) Economic discourses in popular culture; 3) Philosophical approaches to technology. He is currently working on a history of mechanology (the “science of machines) as a site of theories of mediation and a history of transmedia production in third-language broadcasting in Canada.

Degrees

M.A., McGill University
PhD., University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill

Appointments

Faculty of Graduate Studies

Research Interests:

Communications , Culture and Cultural Studies

Current Research Projects

Crossmedia Economies of Ethnic Media in Canada, 1975-1990

Summary: 
This project examines the development of third-language media in Canada and the ways in which it made use of multiple forms of media to reach communities across Canada.


Project Type: Funded
Role: Principal Investigator

Histories of Mechanology

Summary: 
This collaborative project examines the history of mechanology, the science of machines, as it developed over the course of the 20th century. Examining the work of Franz Reuleaux, Jacques Lafitte, Gilbert Simondon and John Hart, this project situates their philosophical inquiries into 'the machine' in relation to attempts to theorize media and mediation during the same period.


Project Type: Self-Funded
Role: Co-PI


Start Date:  Month: Jan  Year: 2013
Collaborator: Ghislain Thibault
Collaborator Institution: Wilfrid Laurier University
Collaborator Role: Co-PI

All Publications

Books

Hanan, Joshua S. and Mark Hayward (Eds.). (2013) . Communication and the Economy: Meaning, Value and Agency . New York City: Peter Lang, 2013.

Hayward, Mark (Ed.). (2012) . Cultural Studies and Finance Capitalism. London: Routledge. (Republication of "The Economic Crisis and After". Cultural Studies, 24 (3), 2010.)

Book Chapters

Hayward, Mark. (2013) . Political Economy and Cultural Studies: Methodological Reflections on the Economy in U.S. Communication Studies (pp 21-‐43). In Communication and the Economy: Meaning Value and Agency . New York: Peter Lang.

Hayward, Mark. (2013) . Convergence Thinking, Information Theory and Labour in “End of Television” Studies (pp 117‐130). In Jan Teurlings and Marieke de Valk, eds. After the Break: Television Theory Today. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.

Hayward, Mark. (2012) . Ethnic Broadcasting: A History (pp 204-219). In Peter Urquhart and Ira Wagman, eds. Cultural Industries.ca: Making Sense of Canadian Media in the Digital Age . Toronto: James Lorimer and Company.

Hayward, Mark. (2010) . “Il Caso Canadese and the Question of Global Media (pp 21-36). In Michelle Ardizzioni and Chiara Ferrari, eds. Beyond Monopoly: Globalization in Contemporary Italian Media . Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.

Journal Articles

Hayward, M (2014). Settling Accounts: On The Subject of Economic Confessions. TOPIA: Canadian Journal of Cultural Studies, (30–31).

Hayward, Mark. (2013) . ATM, Teleprompter, Photobooth: A Brief History of Neoliberal Optics. New Formations, 80-‐81, 194-‐208.

Striphas, Ted and Mark Hayward. (2013) . Working Papers in Cultural Studies, or the Virtues of Grey Literature. New Formations, 78, 102-‐116.

Hayward, Mark and Bernard Geoghegan. (2012) . Introduction: Catching up with Simondon. SubStance , 41(3), 3-‐14.

Hayward, Mark. (2010) . Good Workers: Television Documentary, Migration and the Italian Nation, 1956‐1964. Modern Italy , 16 (1), 3‐17.


Teaching:

Upcoming Courses

TermCourse NumberSectionTitleType 
Fall/Winter 2017-2018 AP/COMN2700 6.0  Media, Culture and Society LECT  
Fall 2017 AP/COMN3550 3.0  Digital Media and Culture SEMR